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CON 200 Business Decisions for ContractingModules 1-2 (8 Questions)1.Strategic sourcing is a structured, analytical, unilateral process.a.Trueb.False2.What are the pre-award process steps in the DoD Strategic Sourcing Framework?a.Market Research, Requirements Definition, Sourcing Strategy Development, and Strategy Executionb.Opportunity Assessment, Market Research, Requirements Definition, and Sourcing Strategy Developmentc.Opportunity Assessment, Current Strategy Review, Market Research, Requirements Definition, and Sourcing Strategy Developmentd.Current Strategy Review, Market Research, Requirements Definition, Source Strategy Development, and Strategy Execution3.Which two commodity strategies offer clear opportunities for joint improvement efforts with suppliers?4.Your spouse and a couple of his/her associates have recently started a web design company. All of the men and women starting the company have excellent credentials and experience in this field. As a contracting officer, you have been discussing an upcoming solicitation with one of yourcustomers that will include designing a new website for the base. You think your spouse’s company would be a good candidate for this job. What should you do?5.Engaging industry to conduct an effective assessment of small business capabilities helps achievewhich key Better Buying Power focus area?6.You are administering a contract that has gotten off to a rocky start. It has become evident that the contractor’s interpretation of the contract requirement’s is significantly different from what your customer needs. Tensions between contractor and customer personnel have been escalating. What action should you take to demonstrate your commitment to getting the business relationship back on track?
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a.Invite both parties to attend a meeting in which the customer personnel blame the contractor for inadequate performance.b.Listen to the contractor’s issues while stressing the importance that the contractor does what is necessary to satisfy the customer.
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