PMP Quiz 23 March 2017
Requirements for formal contract acceptance and closure usually are defined in the—
PMP Quiz 22 March 2017
Your company decided to award a contract for project management services on a pharmaceutical research project. Because your company is new to project manage- ment and does not understand the full scope of services that may be needed under the contract, it is most appropriate to award a—
PMP Quiz 21 March 2017
You are working on a new project in your organization. You need to decide how best to staff the project and handle all its resource requirements. Your first step should be to—
PMP Quiz 20 March 2017
As you prepare to close out contracts on your project, you should review all the following types of documentation EXCEPT the—
PMP Quiz 17 March 2017
Recent data indicate that more than 10,000 airline passengers are injured each year from baggage that falls from overhead bins. You performed a make-or-buy analysis and decided to outsource an improved bin design and manufacture. The project team needs to develop a list of qualified sources. As a general rule, which method would the project team find especially helpful?
PMP Quiz 16 March 2017
Because you are working under a firm-fixed-price contract, management wants you to submit the final invoice and close out the contract as soon as possible. Before final payment on the contract can be authorized, you must—
PMP Quiz 15 March 2017
Which term is NOT a common name for a procurement document that solicits an offer from prospective sellers?
PMP Quiz 14 March 2017
When a seller breaches a contract, the buyer cannot receive—
PMP Quiz 13 March 2017
Which term describes contract costs that are traceable to or caused by a specific project work effort?
PMP Quiz 10 March 2017
You are a contractor for a state agency. Your company recently completed a water resource management project for the state and received payment on its nal invoice today. A procurement audit has been conducted. Formal noti cation that the contract has been closed should be provided to your company by the—