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Consultancy Fee Government Project

 
#1 Consultancy Fee Government Project
25/09/2013 15:30

DrDavies123

Hi All,

We have been offered a short term government contract (about 2 weeks of work). The person undertaking the work is a PhD holder with a good reputation and previous similar work done for the government (but not as a private consultant).

How much should she charge per hour?

Also, this is a very short notice contract, contacted today but need to start on Monday.

Any feedback would be great

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#2 RE: Consultancy Fee Government Project
26/09/2013 09:30

Mr Cool to DrDavies123 (#1)

Do you think that WHAT you are doing will drive the price more than WHO is doing it....?

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#3 RE: Consultancy Fee Government Project
26/09/2013 13:52

Independent to DrDavies123 (#1)

You need to know what it is worth to the client and charge relative to that. Two weeks work could be anything from a thousand to tens of thousands depending on the value to the client.

How do you get the value? Well, you're a consultant aren't you?

Your qualifications and experience are secondary.

Penny

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