CON200 Business Decisions for Contracting Decisions for Contracting&course_number=200&mode_id=6&mode=normal[6/19/2017 5:14:17 PM] Refresh Hide TOC Help Exit CON200 Business Decisions for Contracting [Expand Tree] [Collapse Tree] CON200 Module 0 - Course Introduction Lesson 0.1 - Course Introduction Module 1 - Business Relationships Lesson 1.1 - Introduction to Business Relationships Lesson 1.2 - Strategies for Effective Business Relationships Lesson 1.3 - Factors thatAffect the BusinessRelationshipModule 2 - StrategicSourcingLesson 2.1 - Introductionto Strategic SourcingLesson 2.2 - StrategicSourcing ProcessOverview - Pre-AwardLesson 2.3 - StrategicSourcing ProcessOverview - Award andExecution1) Which incentive type contract is most appropriate when there is a solidbase for pricing and objective targets can be established for performance?[Contrast the key characteristics of the various types of incentive contracts.]Fixed-price incentive firm Cost-plus-incentive-feeFixed-price award fee Firm-fixed price2) Incentive contracts are designed to attain specific acquisition objectivesby rewarding contractor achievements that exceed stated targets andwithholding incentives when contractors fail to attain stated targets. Underthese contracts, how is the profit/fee affected? [Recognize concerns that affectthe use of incentive contracts.] Exam - Mods 1 and 2 (100.0%) Exam - Mods 1 and 2 Module 3 - Risk Management Lesson 3.1 - Introduction to Risk Management Lesson 3.2 - DoD Risk Management Overview Lesson 3.3 - DoD Risk Management Process Lesson 3.4 - DoD Risk Management: Related Tools and Processes Module 4 - Services Contracting Lesson 4.1 - Introduction to Services Acquisition Lesson 4.2 - Elements of Performance-Based Acquisitions Lesson 4.3 - The Services Acquisition Process Exam - Mods 3 and 4 Exam - Mods 8 and 9 Here is your test result.The dots represent the choices you have made. The highlighted questions are the questions you have missed. Remediation Accessed shows whether you accessed those links.'N' represents not visited and 'Y' represents visited links. Back to Status page contains 14 Questions Profit/fee increases when contract performance targets are surpassed. Profit/fee does not change regardless of the contractor’s performance under the contract.
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