If a contractor does NOT have an approved purchasing system and the award is a

If a contractor does not have an approved purchasing

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1) If a contractor does NOT have an approved purchasing system and the award is a fixed-price contract, when is government consent to subcontract required?
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1) You are the contracting officer on the Wingless Aviation program for theAir Force. The source selection authority has appointed functional experts to the Source Selection Evaluation Board (SSEB). Who is responsible for managing the acquisition program including developing and implementingthe acquisition strategy? [Identify the roles and responsibilities of each source selection participant.] 2) You are responsible for preparing the solicitation for a competitive acquisition of base services. You know that key information from the
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Source Selection Plan (SSP) must be incorporated into the solicitation. Which of the following best represents the element(s) of the SSP also found in the solicitation? [Identify the key elements of a source selection plan.] Evaluation factors and significant subfactors, and their relative order of importance. Milestones of significant events in the Source Selection Process. Duties of the Source Selection Evaluation Board, broken down by functional area. Grading criteria for both the large evaluation factors and the small factors. 3) A technical evaluation has been completed on a contractor’s proposal. The evaluation indicates the proposal meets technical requirements. What is the lowest color evaluation rating the technical proposal can receive? [Identify the key procedures for conducting a source selection.] Gree n Red Yello w Purpl e 4) The contracting officer is conducting a review to affirmatively determine Contractor B’s responsibility in order to award a contract to Contractor B. In her initial review, the contracting officer found that Contractor B seemed to meet all the standards of responsibility. When she checked the Excluded Parties List System (EPLS), she found that Contractor B is not presently on the excluded list. However, Contractor B has been debarred 10 times in the past 20 years. She determined this by checking the archive section within EPLS for past exclusions. Which statement is true regarding the contracting officer’s next move? [Identify the standards of contractor responsibility.]
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  • Spring '16
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  • Contractual term, General contractor, Defense Contract Audit Agency

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