Use chapter 8 from both attachments to answer the follow questions. 1.Briefly explain the objective of a cost-plus-fixed contract and the value of a Guaranteed Maximum Price contract (GMP). 2.Which of the following public sector contract provisions may not have major risk allocations for public agencies? -Record inspections -Indemnifications -Short term contracts -Termination clauses -Automatic renewals 3What is the source of federal government rules and regulations that governs federal contract pricing? 4.The GMP does not afford all protections as the Belmont Learning Complex pricing structure experienced. What was one of the uncertainties that influenced the pricing structure? 5.Identify a major challenge faced by a public manager to provide quality management. 6.Lean government is designed to focus on waste in the flow of resources and outputs. Name a principal type of waste with which a public manager needs to be concerned. 7. A quality management plan should include “quality metrics.” Briefly comment. 8. Case Study Exercise: D-Day: The Allied Invasion of June 1944 This was the largest and most complex (managed) planned invasion of France during World War II. The plan included multiple independent parties, secrecy, coordination of disparate military forces and the creation of military facades in Europe. In addition, there were thousands of troops involved as well as multiple “stakeholders” and uncertainties. There were just a plethora of issues that the Supreme Command had to consider. They fitted into the framework of advantageous contracts and quality management. What were the characteristics of the invasion that turned failure into success notwithstanding the lack of detailed planning?