A cost that is periodically reviewed by a decision maker in a process of determining whether it continues to be in accord with on-going policies; a cost that arises from a management decision to fund an activity at a specified cost amount for a specified period of time, generally one year; a cost that can be reduced to zero in the short run if necessity so dictates
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