Pretest for 6C051A Volumes 1-3. Collection of UREs
Federal Acquisition Streamling Act
Armed Services Procurement Act
Truth in Negotiations Act
Small Business Administration
Department of Labor
General Services Administration
Committee for Purchase from the Blind
Reject the contract
Perform at a price reduction
Rely on the clarification
Disagree with the clarification
It is limited to the power expressly delegated to the United States by the Constitution.
It is limited to the power found under Article II, Section Eight of the Constitution.
It is limited to the power found under the Bill of Rights.
It is the supreme, absolute, and uncontrollable power by which any independent state is governed.
Contractor and sovereign
Proprietary and sovereign
Contractor and contracting officer (CO)
Proprietary and contracting officer (CO)
Has a dual capacity––that of a party to the contract and as a sovereign.
Acts only as a sovereign.
Acts only as a party to the contract.
Has impunity to affect the rights of the contractor through all of its direct sovereign acts.
Negotiated and expressed
Implied-in-law, expressed, and negotiated
Negotiated and implied
Implied-in-fact and expressed
Federal courts have no jurisdiction to decide matters of federal procurement.
State courts have no jurisdiction to decide matters of federal procurement.
Only administrative matters are heard in federal courts.
State law has no application in federal law.
Principal, agent and third party.
Agent and third party.
Implied and assumed.
Implied and apparent.
Express and implied.
Express and apparent.
Explicit language in writing or orally from the principal to the agent.
Information that flows from the third-party to the agent.
Information that flows from the agent to the third-party.
The principal’s tolerance of the conduct of the agent.
It is created by explicit language either in writing or orally.
Minor details are spelled out in oral or written authority.
It is defined in specific terms.
It is necessary or incidental to carrying out the express authority.
For an individual to occasionally suffer from the mistakes.
The government should suffer from their mistakes.
The individual and the government share the suffering from the mistakes.
Neither party should suffer from the mistakes.
The contracting officer (CO).
A person from doing what they are legally entitled to do.
A contractor from filing a claim based on apparent authority.
A person to prevent him from contradicting his own previous assertion.
The government from acting as an agent for the contractor.
Overall presence of authority.
Compatibility with existing members of the organization.
Complexity and dollar value of the acquisition.
Compatibility with the largest customers.
Every three years.
Every five years.
When requested by the appointing authority.
Termination of a contracting officer (CO) may be retroactive if in the best interest of the government.
In no event will the termination of a contracting officer (CO) be retroactive.
There is no authority to waive the qualification requirements for contracting officers (CO) as stated in the selection criteria.
Termination of a contracting officer (CO) appointment is made verbally unless the Certificate of Appointment contains a provision for automatic termination.
Unpriced purchase order.
Process of claim under the Disputes Act.
Charge to the individual who committed the unauthorized commitment.
Request of a no-cost settlement from the contractor.
Resolution by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) claim procedures.
Courts to interpret the duties and obligations to be performed by either party.
Contractor to interpret the duties and obligations to be performed by either party.
Government to interpret the duties and obligations to be performed by either party.
Parties to interpret their own duties and obligations to be performed.
Until the expiration of a reasonable time.
Until acceptance takes place.
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