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PRICE Systems Brings TruePlanning 2008 to the 20th Annual IPM Conference

MT. LAUREL, NJ / November 11, 2008 / PRICE Systems, the producer of TruePlanning – a leading estimation solution designed for speed, accuracy, and confidence in project success, will exhibit at the upcoming 2008 Integrated Program Management Conference, November 17-19 in Alexandria, VA. The 2008 IPM Conference is hosted by program management professional societies and organizations such as the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), Project Management Institute (PMI), and the Society of Cost Estimating and Analysis (SCEA).

PRICE Systems will be exhibiting at booth #13 and will showcase TruePlanning 2008, a predictive modeling solution enabling agencies, contractors, and companies to increase the speed and accuracy of their estimating process. TruePlanning 2008 has been built on years of extensive cost research, data collection, as well as a design utilizing complex, proprietary, mathematical algorithms. TruePlanning 2008 provides a repeatable process and framework that instills project managers and senior level executives with confidence in their estimates and project outcomes.

For decades, PRICE Systems has been the government and industry's source for knowledge and innovation of cost estimating and analysis methodologies. PRICE has empowered project managers with building accurate and defendable estimates thus making their projects a success.

PRICE Systems commitment to federal agencies is very strong. As an example, PRICE Systems was recently awarded 3rd year extension on an IRS contract. This was in addition to many other multi year contracts with agencies such as the Army, Navy, Air Force, and NASA. This is proof that once again PRICE Systems' estimation performance capabilities with major federal agencies are recognized and needed. Earlier in the year, PRICE Systems also developed a widely-used GAO self-diagnostic tool designed to aid Government Agencies in complying with the GAO Cost Guide.