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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 links not visited and 'Y' represents visited links. Back to Status page contains 14 Questions1) During which step of the acquisition planning process does the Acquisition Team review market research results to determine how competitive the market is and identify small business opportunities? [Identify the steps in the Acquisition Planning Process.] Develop preliminary business case and acquisition strategy. Finalize the acquisition strategy. Allocate the workload within the Acquisition Team. Prepare the acquisition planning documents. 2) Incentive contracts are designed to attain specific acquisition objectives by rewarding contractor achievements that exceed stated targets and withholding incentives when contractors fail to attain stated targets. Under these contracts, how is the profit/fee affected? [Recognize concerns that affect the use of incentive contracts.] 3) To meet urgent needs, the Department of Defense can authorize contractors to begin work before reaching agreement on the contract terms and conditions. This authorization is implemented by issuing what? [Identify the key characteristics of an undefinitized contract action (UCA).]
4) A severe damaging rain and windstorm hit the area where your base is located. The roof has blown off the commissary warehouse and $3,000,000 in merchandise is at risk of being destroyed. Also part of the roof covering the critical care unit of the hospital has been blown off. These repairs must be made quickly, but you can’t use the government purchase card (GPC) since your organization has lost the authority to make purchases with the card. So how do you proceed? [Determine when the use of an undefinitized contract action is appropriate.]
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Government, Contractual term, Requirements analysis, Acquisition Plan