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1

Activities with less than how many equivalent (in-house plus contractor) personnel in the Maintenance and Utilities Divisions are classified as small activities and fall under the purview of NAVFAC MO-321? (Page 9-4)

75

2

Activities with less than how many equivalent personnel are classified as medium? (Page 9-4)

75-250

3

How many key elements of the Maintenance Management System are there? (Page 9-5)

Five

4

What control provides basic planning and status information on work from inception to completion? (Page 9-5)

Work input

5

What is the installation’s facilities life cycle experts, responsible and accountable for the effectiveness and efficiencyof the shore establishment? (Page 9-6)

Public Works Department (PWD)

6

Who is the warranted Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) officer responsible for PWD organization, operations, administration, and supervision? (Page 9-7)

Public Works Officer (PWO)

7

Who is the senior civilian in the PWD with the responsibility of operational execution of the Public Works’ mission and serves as the first line supervisor of the FMD, FEAD, and Production Divisions? (Page 9-8)

DPWO

8

Who is the single safety point of contact at PWDs? (Page 9-8)

SSM

9

What serves as the point of work generation for the installation and provides the management of real property (land and buildings)? (Page 9-8)

FMD

10

What is responsible for acquisition planning and contract administration of construction and service contracts from design to delivery? (Page 9-9)

FEAD

11

What form should be submitted for any work request by a customer that will take longer than a service call (more than 16 man- hours)? (Page 9-10)

NAVFAC Form 9-11014/20

12

What is the examination, lubrication, minor adjustment, and minor repair of equipment and systems for which a specific operator is not assigned? (Page 9-12)

PMI

13

What is a scheduled examination and/or test of shore facilities to determine the physical condition with respect to the required level of maintenance? (Page 9-12)

Control inspection

14

How many classifications of work are used at Public Works? (Page 9-13)

Five

15

Recurring work is any work required to return a facility, system, equipment, or component to normal working condition that does not exceed what amount or other threshold as established by the PWO or FEC? (Page 9-14)

$2,500

16

Service work is work that is minor in scope and can be accomplished in how many hours or less? (Page 9-14)

16

17

What amount are minor work authorizations limited to? (Page 9- 14)

$25,000

18

The goal is to respond to specific work within 90 days and complete the work within how many days? (Page 9-15)

150

19

Specific job orders should be used for work that takes more than how many man-hours to complete? (Page 9-15)

80

20

Labor class codes are how many digit numbers that represent various categories of overhead and productive work? (Page 9-17)

Two

21

Who defines the scope of a project by specifying the work to be accomplished and the skills required? (Page 9-20)

Estimator

22

What publication should be used when preparing scoping estimates? (Page 9-21)

NAVFAC P-716.0

23

What should be the most accurate forecast possible of the costs, man-hours, and material requirements for a given job? (Page 9-21)

Final estimates

24

What is the Public Works management plan for using shop forces on specific job orders for a given month? (Page 9-25)

Shop Load Plan (SLP)

25

The long range portion of the SLP covers the following how many months? (Page 9-26)

9