allocation of a value over a time period

The attached file is what I am trying to achieve.
Column C is a percentage WP (win probability)
Column D is the total estimated Rev
Column E is the award or start date
Column F is the end date (calculated by taking the POP (period of Performance) column G  =+E2+(G2*30)
Column G is the POP
Columns K through O is what I'm trying to calculate.  In the example April should be the start date the value is the estimated Rev (col D) * the WP (col C) spread evenly in accordance to the date ranges Col E and Col F.

Sample of formats and desired resultThanks
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LourrAuthor Commented:
Hi Rgonzo
Thanks for the formula.  A couple of additional questions.  
1. Take a look at Sample2 attached.  I can't get the formula to work.  I'm pulling the data as a download excel table from SharePoint.  I assume I have a data type problem but I don't know where.
2. I took your file and added to it.  Anticipating my next requirement how do I adapt the formulas to address period of performances that go into 2016.  Take a look at the yellow highlighted areas in EE2015030_1.

I thank you my friend
Then you we ma simplify

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LourrAuthor Commented:
Thanks again Rgonzo.  Still don't know why the formula doesn't work in the attached file.  The original formula returned #VALUE the simplified version returns nothing.  Any idea why?
You have to replace the months with the first day of the month of of the corresponding year

instead of Jan  then 1/1/2015 and so on

then format these dates
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see my example file

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LourrAuthor Commented:
I thank you my friend, I knew it was something obvious I just couldn't see it.  You up for 1 more?
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