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10) The four common risk mitigation strategies are: [Use the risk management process to identify the majorareas/sources of risk in an acquisition program strategy.] Avoiding, Mitigating, Transferring, and AcceptingHandling, Tracking, Incurring, and ReactingAccepting, Researching, Allocating, and Delimiting
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Researching, Adopting, Adapting, and Constraining 11) Which of the following is NOT a key tenet of Integrated Product and Process Development (IPPD)?[Relate the key tenets of Integrated Produce and Process Development (IPPD) to planning and executing an acquisitionprogram.] 12) Which of the following is recognized as a barrier to successful implementation of Integrated Product andProcess Development (IPPD)? [Identify the barriers to successful Integrated Product Team (IPT) implementation.] 13) Government contracts should be designed to allow contractors to apply Integrated Product and ProcessDevelopment (IPPD) principles and make use of effective commercial standards, practices, and processes.[Identify the key acquisition best practices related to IPPD and IPT processes, including commercial practices thatimpact the relationship between Government and industry.] 14) A TEMP (either initial or updated, as appropriate) must be provided for consideration and approvalbefore each milestone review, starting with Milestone B. [Identify the key Operational Test & Evaluation(OT&E) activities that must be coordinated with the Director, Operational Test & Evaluation (DOT&E) staff and theOperational Test Agencies (OTAs).][Remediation Accessed :N] FalseTrue15) Regarding test and evaluation (T&E) issues that may affect a program's acquisition strategy, theprogram office can use ______________ to aid in understanding the implications of any necessarytradeoffs among testing constraints. [Identify issues affecting T&E resource requirements, test planning, and test execution activities in support of a program's acquisition strategy.]
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