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Q & As for the PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition by Project Management Institute

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Project Procurement Management

(Section 12 of the PMBOK® Guide)

196.All of the following are inputs to the Plan Procurement Management process EXCEPT:

A.Risk register.

B.Stakeholder register.

C.Procurement strategy.

D.Enterprise environmental factors.

197.Generally, a bid differs from a proposal in that the term:

A.Bid is used when the seller selection decision will be based on price.

B.Bid is used when technical capability or technical approach are paramount.

C.Proposal is used when the selection decision will be based on price.

D.Proposal is used when the project time frame is limited.

198.The buyer structures procurement documents, which include all of the following EXCEPT:

A.Procurement statement of work.

B.Bid documents.

C.Source selection ...

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