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(answered) CLC 222 Mod 3 Contract Management Exam_2021

CLC 222 Mod 3 Contract Management Exam Back to Status page contains 9 Questions 1) The Contracting Officer's Representative must read and understand the contract, including any attachments and modifications to the contract. [Recognize the basic information (period of performance, PWS, contract value) found in a contract to include the uniform contract format] False True 2) A separate Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) should be used for each item on a contract. [Identify methods of tracking contract obligations using ACRNS and CLINs in a contract] [Remediation Accessed :N] False True 3) What areas of the contract under the Uniform Contract Format specify schedule/delivery parameters for the COR? [Analyze contract schedule compliance, to include all SOW requirements and CDRL deliverables] All the answers are correct Section B – Supplies or Services and Prices/Costs Section C - Description/Specifications/Statement of Work Section F – Deliverables or Performance 4) A bilateral modification is used to . [Identify COR responsibilities supporting the planning and submission of contract changes documents needed to negotiate a modification] All of these answers are correct Make a change in the contract both parties agree with Make negotiated equitable adjustment to a change order Definitize a letter contract 5) An option is the unilateral right of the government to extend or buy more than the amounts bought at the time of award. [Determine if a change is within the scope of the contract.] False True 6) Contracting Officer's Representatives do not have authority to modify the contract; however, they are vital to the process as they are relied upon to notify the Contracting Officer of required contract changes and evaluating proposals. [Define the COR's role in the resolution of issues under the contract and his role in monitoring corrective actions] False True 7) During negotiations for a proposed change to the contract, the Contracting Officer may rely on the COR for technical reviews. [Recognize how the COR's responsibility for providing cost estimates assist KOs in negotiating proposed changes in scope of work under the contract.] True False 8) Common causes of a constructive change include: [Identify the common causes of constructive change] All these answers are correct Inadequate requirements documents Improperly interpreted specifications Overly strict inspection Government Delay 9) John, the COR on a services contract, has made an unauthorized commitment by authorizing the contractor to perform services that were not within the scope of the contract. Choose the true statement from the following: [Identify the duty to provide technical clarification to the Contractor without creating an unauthorized obligation or constructive change to the contract] [Remediation Accessed :N] The Contracting Officer may ratify the unauthorized commitment even though the Government received no benefit. The Contracting Officer’s Representative may ratify the unauthorized commitment if funds are available even though the funds were not available at the time of the unauthorized commitment. The Government uses ratification procedures to encourage unauthorized commitments to be made. A Contracting Officer may ratify an unauthorized commitment if the Government received a benefit, prices were determined to be fair and reasonable, and legal counsel concurs. Contract Management Exam Back to Status page contains 2 Questions 1) Accounting data is entered at the CLIN level with ACRNS as shorthand for tracking LOAs. [Identify methods of tracking contract obligations using ACRNS and CLINs in a contract] [Remediation Accessed :N] Fals e True 2) When there is a difference of opinion between the COR and the contractor on a specification within the contract, the COR should direct the contractor to perform in accordance with the COR’s interpretation. [Identify the duty to provide technical clarification to the Contractor without creating an unauthorized obligation or constructive change to the contract] [Remediation Accessed :N] Fals e True Contract Management Exam Back to Status page contains 2 Questions 1) An Accounting Classification Requirements Number (ACRN) is: [Identify methods of tracking contract obligations using ACRNS and CLINs in a contract] All these responses are correct Like a checking account “name” Always a two-digit alpha code A shorthand way to describe a Line of Accounting (LOA) 2) An unauthorized commitment is caused by government personnel obligating the government without contract authority. [Identify the duty to provide technical clarification to the Contractor without creating an unauthorized obligation or constructive change to the contract] True Fals e

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