prime contractor with an approved purchasing system issues a cost plus fixed

Prime contractor with an approved purchasing system

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prime contractor with an approved purchasing system issues a cost-plus- fixed-fee subcontract. When must notification be made to the government? [Determine the need for subcontract consent.] [Remediation Accessed :N] Notification is not required if the contractor has an approved purchasing system In advance of the subcontract award When the subcontract is awarded Annuall y 2) All solicitations must specify the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) and size standard so that offerors can appropriately represent themselves as small or other than small. How are size standards usually stated? [Identify the elements of the DoD Small Business Program for defense acquisitions.]
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3) What documentation must the Contracting Officer and Small Business Professional sign for all acquisitions over $10,000 (except those under the simplified acquisition threshold that are totally set aside for small business),including Federal Supply Schedule orders? [Identify the role of the contract specialist and small business professional on the Acquisition Team and the benefits of early involvement by thesmall business professional in acquisition planning and market research.] 4) Which of the following programs helps small disadvantaged businesses compete in the American economy and gain access to the federal procurement market by offering set-asides for economically and socially disadvantaged businesses? [Explain the different types of small business set-asides, the Rule of Two, and the eligibility rules that firms follow to be eligible for a particular small business set- aside.] Small Disadvantaged Business - 8(a) Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) 5) The government is contracting to buy a $2 million commercial item from a prime commercial contractor. The contractor’s commercial and government business is equally distributed. Is a subcontracting plan required? If so, what type of plan would be most appropriate? [Determine the requirements for a subcontracting plan.] Yes, a subcontracting plan is required. A commercial subcontracting plan would be most appropriate.
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A subcontracting plan is not required since the government is buying a commercial item. No subcontracting plan is required since the acquisition is less than $2.5 million. Yes, a subcontracting plan is required. A master subcontracting plan with goals would be most appropriate.
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  • Spring '16
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  • Contractual term, General contractor, Defense Contract Audit Agency

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