PM 598 - HYDROSUB'S UNFLOATABLE AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT VEHICLE...

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HYDROSUB'S UNFLOATABLE AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT VEHICLE Kathleen Johnson started her new job as chief buyer at Hydrosub in San Francisco. Her day was without incident until she received the following telephone call. Voice on phone: Good afternoon, Ms. Johnson. I am Burt Lauderas, project supervisor at Bolger Shipyards in Tacoma. The design changes for the A.A V. are not part of our current contract. We need to renegotiate the contract before instituting the changes. Completion of the A.A.V. will be delayed an additional four weeks. Kathleen Johnson (mildly concerned): Is it really necessary to renegotiate the current contract before beginning the work? Voice on phone: Yes, Ms. Johnson, the contract states that every design change must be renegotiated. Kathleen Johnson (more concerned): Why will it take four additional weeks to complete the project? Voice on phone: It will take time to renegotiate the contract and hire replacement welders, and approximately two weeks to do the rework.
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PM 598 - HYDROSUB'S UNFLOATABLE AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT VEHICLE...

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