The Navy awards a cost plus award fee (CPAF) contract for $265 million to design and develop electronic components for a communications system within 18 months. What reports, if any, would the contractor normally need to provide to the Program Management Office regarding their cost, schedule, and technical performance?

Answer:
  • The contractor would submit a Contract Performance Report (CPR) formats 1 through 5 and an Integrated Master Schedule (IMS).
(Updated Answer by unknown comment):
  • The Navy PM would require submission of an Integrated Program Management Report (IPMR) with formats 1 through 7.

Wrong Answers:
  • The contractor would submit either a Contract Performance Report (CPR) formats 1 through 5 or an Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) but not both. 
  • The contractor would submit a Contract Performance Report (CPR) format 1 only. 
  • The contractor would submit a Contract Performance Report (CPR) formats 1 through 5 only. 
  • The contractor would not be required to submit any earned value related reports to the Program Management Office.
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  1. The Navy awards a Cost-Plus-Award-Fee (CPAF) contract for $265 million to design and develop electronic components for a communications system with a period of performance of 18 months. What reports, if any, would the Navy Program Manager (PM) require from the contractor regarding their cost, schedule, and technical performance?

    Updated Answer is: The Navy PM would require submission of an Integrated Program Management Report (IPMR) with formats 1 through 7.

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