Earned Value Definitions
Estimate at Completion with Actuals (EACA)

What is Estimate at Completion with Actuals (EACA)? Earned Value Management explained.

Mia Rutherford
Mia Rutherford
June 11, 2023
5 min read

Estimate at Completion with Actuals (EACA) represents the projected total cost of the project based on actual costs incurred to date. It considers the actual performance and expenses to estimate the final project cost. EACA helps in assessing the overall cost performance and forecasting the total cost of the project.

Calculation: EACA = AC + ETC

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