|Overview: Actual Cost|
The costs realized by a project or activity at a point in time.
A basic measurement that is used to calculate a number of common project metrics.
What is Actual Cost?
John Spacey, updated on September 09, 2022
Actual cost are the total expenditures incurred by a project or activity at a point in time. It is a basic project measurement that is used to calculate a wide variety of project metrics such as cost performance index and cost variance.
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