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7) If a contractor does NOT have an approved purchasing system and the award is a fixed-pricecontract, when is government consent to subcontract required?[Determine the need for subcontractconsent.]Only for unpriced contract actions (including unpriced modifications or unpriced deliveryorders), and only if required in accordance with paragraph (c) or (d) of the Subcontracts Clause atFAR 52.244-2.For any cost-reimbursement type subcontract.For any time-and-materials type subcontract.For any labor-hour type subcontract.Page 2 of 3DAU
8) Six months ago you awarded a contract which included a subcontracting plan requiring thecontractor to achieve a 10 percent goal for using small businesses. At contract completion, the8/8/2016
contractor failed to meet this goal. What action should the contracting officer take next?[Identifysubcontract management requirements.]Page 3 of 3DAU
9) What are the phases of the SBIR/STTR programs?[Identify key components of various other smallbusiness programs and issues that could impact an acquisition.]
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Fall
Professor
Henning
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Business, Management, Small business Administration, Solicitation, Contracting Officer and Small Business Professional

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