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CLC 222 Mod 6 Special Considerations Exam

CLC 222 Mod 6 Special Considerations Exam CLC 222 Mod 6 Special Considerations Exam • Here is your test result.The dots represent the choices you have made. • The highlighted questions are the questions you have missed. • Remediation Accessed shows whether you accessed those links.'N' represents links not visited and 'Y' represents visited links. Back to Status page contains 7 Questions 1) An Earned Value Management system that is formally validated and accepted by the cognizant contracting officer is required on cost or incentive contracts valued at or greater than . [Define EVM and cost performance reporting] $50 million $20 million $100 million $10 million 2) The American National Standards Institute/Electronic Industries Alliance (ANSI/EIA) established 36 management system guidelines that ensure and provide complete information needed to make management decisions. [Define the major actions required to evaluate the contractor’s engineering efforts and management systems] [Remediation Accessed :N] False True 3) According to the Davis Bacon Act (DBA), contractor employees shall be paid no less than the prevailing wage rates as determined by the Secretary of Labor and . [Analyze the inspection clauses for fixed type and cost reimbursement contracts used in construction] Employees shall be paid no less often than once a week. Employees shall be given 30 days of leave a year. Employees shall be paid at least once every two weeks. Wage rates shall be available on site in the manager’s office files. 4) When "contracting out" governmental functions, it is the policy of the Government to utilize non-personal service contracts whenever possible. Personal services contracts are appropriate only in limited situations as prescribed by the Federal Acquisition Regulations. Choose the correct answer pertaining to service contracts from the following: [Distinguish between personal and non-personal services and act accordingly when working with contractor personnel.] Under a personal services contract, the contractor’s personnel are subject to the supervision and control that prevails in relationships between the Government and its employees. The conversion of a non-personal services contract to a personal services contract is unlikely to occur. The government supervisor may stipulate the contractor’s employees’ duty hours under a non-personal services contract. Under a non-personal services contract, the contractor’s employees may be required to report to a government person. 5) The contractor is performing exceptionally, especially Sally. How do you as the COR recognize Sally's accomplishments? [Evaluate the contractor’s compliance with safety, security, labor, Service Contract Act, environmental law, and regulatory requirements] Talk to the Contracting Officer and recommend that the contractor be sent a letter stating Sally’s accomplishments. Process an On-The-Spot cash award for Sally. Present Sally with a letter of appreciation. Have the Commander present Sally with a Commander’s Coin. 6) Which of the following items is correct based on the surveillance method and its related scenario? [List the contents of a Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP)/ Performance Assessment Plan (PAP)] [Remediation Accessed :N] Periodic inspection relates to weekly or monthly inspections;100% inspection applies to tasks that are critical to mission safety; contractor metrics rely on the contractor’s quality control; third party audits are used to inspect services that handle government funds; and customer feedback is related to random customer complaints. Periodic inspection is used when handling government funds; 100% inspection relies on the contractor’s Quality Control; contractor metrics relate to critical mission requirement; third party audits relate to weekly or monthly inspections; customer feedback is related to random customer complaints. Periodic inspection relates to critical mission requirement; 100% inspection relates to weekly or monthly inspections; contractor metrics rely on the contractor’s Quality Control; third party audits are related to random customer complaints; customer feedback is used when handling government funds. Periodic inspection relates to weekly or monthly inspections; 100% inspection relates to critical mission requirement; contractor metrics rely on the contractor’s Quality Control; third party audits are related to random customer complaints; customer feedback is used when handling government funds. 7) Considerations for choosing an appropriate quality assurance surveillance method for a service contract include: [In performance based contracts, identify techniques for verifying performance of work IAW the Government’s QASP] [Remediation Accessed :N] Risk, cost and complexity Risk, cost and urgency Cost, complexity and location Risk, complexity and timeline Special Considerations Exam Back to Status page contains 3 Questions 1) The ANSI/EIA 32 management system guidelines include (Select all that apply) [Define the major actions required to evaluate the contractor’s engineering efforts and management systems] Schedulin g Change management Managerial analysis Organizin g 2) A Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP) is ? [List the contents of a Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP)/ Performance Assessment Plan (PAP)] The government’s direction to the contractor on what quality is required for the contract. The government’s document (included in the solicitation) that outlines the quality assurance the contractor should meet in any resulting contract The government’s plan to monitor the contractor’s quality assurance; it includes the methods, frequencies and types of surveillance that will be conducted. The contractor’s plan to meet quality requirements of the contract. 3) The COR can use a variety of techniques for verifying performance, such as: [In performance based contracts, identify techniques for verifying performance of work IAW the Government’s QASP] 100% inspection Random review Contractor feedback overnment metrics

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