1-Identify the strategic role of the Small Business Administration (SBA) in small business programs-4.1, slide 320 What was the Small Business Administration (SBA) created to do? Aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns Maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation Preserve free competitive enterprise Provide oversight on the department of defense (DoD) administered small business programs 2-Identify the types of market research-5.2, slide 514 As a small Business professional, you maintain awareness of overall market developments that relate to the products and services your agency typically requires and continuously update a local database of potential small businesses. What type of market research is this? Forecasting Socioeconomic Tactical Strategic 3-Identify tools and sources for conducting market research-5.4, slide 601 Which market research method is used to advertise that the Government is looking to locate potential small business sources for an agency identified requirement? Sources Sought Notice announcement Search Government databases for similar procurements Request for Proposal Ask the Contracting Officer for suggestions 4-Identify how to complete key activities during the Post Award phase of an acquisition-6.3, slide 783 During the Post Award phase, the contracting officer informs the small business professional that the new small business contractor is not performing satisfactorily. What should the SBP do? File a protest Identify another small business to take over the contract Assist the contracting officer in finding a solution Record the problem in the contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS) 5-Identify regulatory requirements for market research throughout the acquisition process-5.1, slide 498 What can the results of market research help the acquisition team do? Select all that apply.
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