Strayer Bus 319 All Weeks Discussions -Latest 2015 (All 11 Discussions)
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Strayer BUS 319 All Weeks Discussions -Latest 2015
(All 11 Discussions)
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Question week 1
“Contract Fundamentals and Electronic Contracting” Please respond to the following:
• Per the text, Adams states that ethics in government contracting requires maintaining integrity in the procurement of products and services from private contractors. From the e-Activity, select two (2) components of Subpart 3.10—Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct that interest you the most. Next, evaluate the level of necessity of these components that you have selected in…show more content… Include one (1) example showing the fairness or unfairness of the process in question to support your response.
• From the e-Activity, compare the components of the incentive type of contract mentioned in the article that you read against the incentive contracting types referenced in Chapter 5 of your text. Expand on the difference(s) that you have found and give your opinion as to which component makes more sense
• week 4
• “Developing Competitive Proposals and Source Selection Processes” Please respond to the following:
• The government selects contract proposals from many competitors large and small, and each proposal must be effective in scope and developed with an attitude of winning the contract. From the e-Activity, select two (2) of the suggested commandments that you feel are most important to understand in order to write a government bid proposal effectively. Provide a rationale for your selection.
• From a contractor’s perspective, determine the greatest single challenge involved in the source selection process and suggest one (1) strategy to address the challenge in question. Provide a rationale to support your response.
“Managing Contract Risk and Total Ownership Costs” Please respond to the following:
• Per the text, Adams states that contractual risk assessment expands upon traditional Critical Path Methods (CPM) by developing realistic estimates of anticipated risks in the completion of