Enabling acts, procedural acts, and permissive acts.
Permissive acts, administrative acts, and legal acts.
Permissive acts, administrative acts, authorization acts and appropriations acts.
Enabling and procedural acts, authorization acts and appropriations acts.
Department of Labor
General Services Administration
Small business Administration
Committee for Purchase from the Blind.
Agent and third party
Implied and assumed
Implied and apparent
Express and implied
Express and apparent
That neither party should suffer from the mistakes
That the gov't should suffer from their mistakes
For an individual to occasionally suffer from the mistakes
That the individual and the Gov't share the suffering from the mistakes
Gov't knew or should have known the true facts
Contractor did not know and should have know the true facts
Gov't intended that the contractor rely on acts of the gov't
Contractor did not reasonably and innocently rely on the acts of the gov't
Whether the gov't acted in the public's interest
Whether the contractor acted reasonably and innocently
Who would otherwise have had authority to release the information
Whether the contractor would have otherwise benefited from the action
Every two years
Every five years
When requested by the appointing authority
In no event will the termination of a CO be retroactive
Termination of a CO may be retroactive if in the best interest of the gov't
There is no authority to waive the qualification requirements for a CO as stated in the selection criteria.
Termination of a CO appointment is made verbally unless Certificate of Appointment contains a provision for automatic termination.
The offeror may not direct the offer to a class of person or to a public intending that any member of the class of public have the power to accept.
The intended offeree means in all cases there is one, and only one, specific offeree in whom the power of acceptance is vested.
The offeror may not direct the offer to more than one person.
Only the intended offeree can accept the offer.
A. It is not enough that only the essential terms of the contract are certain.
B. Every term in the offer must be absolutely certain to each party of the contract.
C. The offer must be so definite that the performance to be rendered by each party is reasonably certain.
D. You cannot enter a contract with the price implied to be “a reasonable price at the time of delivery.”
D. breach of contract.
A. If the time, place, and means of communication are expressed by the offeror, no other time, place, or means will constitute an acceptance.
B. The offer cannot dictate the place or manner of acceptance.
C. Acceptance must be communicated by the US mail.
D. Acceptance must be in writing.
A. The actual worth or a promise or an act is more than the offer has the right to commit.
B. The consideration has enough value to induce the other party to perform.
C. Whether the bargain involves the concepts of benefit and detriment.C
D. The consideration in the exchange is a fair bargain.
A. Having an unsound mind.
B. Ensuring business is not conducted with minors.
C. Having the ability to recognize defective corporations.
D. Having the mental capacity to understand the intent to be bound.
A. A 23-year-old car salesperson.
B. A 17-year-old college student.
C. A 25-year-old intoxicated person.
D. A 50-year-old patient in a mental institution.
A. lawful if not challenged with 120 days.
B. lawful only to the party who made the offer.
C. unlawful and void and will not be enforced.
D. unlawful but may be enforced under some situations.
A. the agreement concerns minor crimes.
B. only a portion of the contract was illegal.
C. the agreement was made to restrain trade.
D. the innocent party to the contract is in the class of persons for whom the law is designed to protect.
A. Government not obtaining a benefit from the performance.
B. CO determining the price to be fair and reasonable.
C. CO recommending payment and legal counsel concurs.
D. Availability of funds that were available at the time the unauthorized commitment was made.
A. Process of claim under the Disputes Act.
B. Request of a no-cost settlement from the contractor.
C. Charge to the individual who committed the unauthorized commitment.
D. Resolution by the GAO claim procedures.
A. AFI 38-101.
B. AFI 64-102.
C. AFI 65-109.
D. AFPD 64-1.
A. Administrator of General Services, the Secretary of Defense, and the Administrator of the NASA.
B. Administrator of General Services, the National Security Council, and the Administrator of NASA.
C. Administrator of General Services, the National Security Council, and the Secretary of Defense.
D. Secretary of Defense, the Administrator of NASA, and the National Security Council.