Which of the following is a factor that must be considered when determining the

Which of the following is a factor that must be

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9) Which of the following is a factor that must be considered when determining the depth and breadth of acquisition planning that a requirement will demand? [Identify the key factors that must be considered when determining the depth and breadth of acquisition planning a requirement will demand.] Complexity of the requirementExperience level of Source Selection TeamWorkload of Acquisition TeamExpected likelihood of a protest
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10) The agency responsible for contract administration is required to conduct an analysis ofa contractor’s property management policies, procedures, practices, and systems. Who is responsible for overseeing the contractor’s compliance with the property management requirements of FAR Part 45? [Identify how the inclusion of government property in a contract impacts the administration of that contract.] 11) The Army is developing new communication suite gear for its infantrymen, replacing gear previously acquired on seven different contracts. The requirement will have a single contractor perform integration of modules from several manufacturers. The battery systemshave not been produced previously and battery and other component costs are not stable. You’ve already identified objective performance-based contracting methods to motivate thecontractor’s performance. Which contract type would be most suitable for this requirement? [Determine what type of incentive contract is appropriate in a given situation.] 12) One of the key characteristics that differentiates the various types of incentive contractsis whether or not objective targets can be established for performance. Which incentive type contract is most appropriate when objective targets for performance can be established? [Contrast the key characteristics of the various types of incentive contracts.]
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  • Spring '16
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  • Common Law, Cost-plus contract, Acquisition Team, Government Property

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