Determine when the use of an undefinitized contract action is appropriate Issue

Determine when the use of an undefinitized contract

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[Determine when the use of an undefinitized contract action is appropriate.]Issue a letter contract so the contractor can begin work immediately. Issue a request for proposal 15 days after synopsizing the requirement. Issue a cost-plus-incentive-fee contract since there is no requirement to synopsizewhen you use this contract. Issue an invitation for bid 15 days after synopsizing the requirement. 5) Delayed definitization of undefinitized contract actions (UCAs) transfers additional cost and performance risk to the government, since contractors are normally reimbursed for all allowable costs incurred before definitization. [Recognize concerns that affect the use of undefinitized contract actions.]TrueFalse6) Within the DoD, a written Acquisition Plan is required for all contracts over $1 million. [Recognize conditions under which a written Acquisition Plan is required.]TrueFalse7) Market research indicates that no small business can meet your acquisition requirements. Which member of the Acquisition Team is most appropriate for coordinating the findings and seeking assistance from outside agencies? [Given an acquisition scenario, determine the roles and responsibilities of all personnel responsible for significant aspects of the Acquisition Plan.][Remediation Accessed :N] ProfessionalOfficer
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Manageradvocate8) As a best practice, when should the small business professional become involved in acquisition planning? [Recognize circumstances under which the planner must coordinate the Acquisition Plan or strategy with the cognizant small business professional.][Remediation Accessed :N] processconducteddefineddeveloped
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