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  • J Scott Lane

Benefit-Cost Analysis Sample

This is the output of a BCA completed a few years ago...part of a winning proposal, I should add.

BCAs, especially when they are tailored to a specific project and location like this one, is something that requires some practice and attention to detail. Getting a strong understanding of the project and who it benefits is always the beginning. Budget, scheduling, and other information provided (sometimes) by the client or (more often) third-party sources provide key inputs, as does the NOFO (Notice Of Funding Opportunity) and associated guidance. Having a background in economic impact analysis, policy, and urban planning doesn't hurt, either.

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