Presentation on theme: "COMMUNICATION SCENARIOS. Scenario #1 You learn that one of your CCOs has received an interest-free loan from a local contractor. It came to your attention."— Presentation transcript:
Scenario #1 You learn that one of your CCOs has received an interest-free loan from a local contractor. It came to your attention via the contractor himself who is upset that the CCO has not paid back the money. What do you do?
Scenario #2 You’ve just been tasked by you Group Commander to send one of your CCOs forward within 8 hours to support a new beddown. The workload at your office is going to suffer if you have to lose a body. You tried to call the CAOC to get additional support/information but you are unable to make contact. Time is running out and the phone lines are jammed.
Scenario #3 You’ve notice a trend of more purchase requirements being fulfilled through online purchases from US vendors than from the local vendor base. You remember that one of your goals is to reduce transportation requirements, due to their high cost.
Scenario #4 You are located near another AF (or Army) contracting office in your deployed location. Soon after taking over as the office chief, you notice that you have numerous contracts with the same local vendors, and so does the other contracting office.
Scenario #5 You’re stationed in an austere location far from home. The entire office has been under increased pressure in recent weeks due to steadily increasing workloads. A couple of your troops have become difficult for others to work with.
Scenario #6 You visit a vendor you’ve worked with in an official capacity at his business to pick up some personal items. He recognizes you and insists that you pay a “special price” for what you want that is less than what others are normally charged.
Scenario #7 You have an unauthorized commitment package of $3750 for labor; $625 of this amount was paid by the pay agent out of pocket “because we needed the service and the contractors were threatening to stop work.” The Vice Wing Commander wants you to figure out a way to pay the good SGT (the pay agent). You have an unauthorized commitment package of $3750 for labor; $625 of this amount was paid by the pay agent out of pocket “because we needed the service and the contractors were threatening to stop work.” The Vice Wing Commander wants you to figure out a way to pay the good SGT (the pay agent).
Scenario #8 One of your CCOs has been presented with an outstanding invoice on one of your service contracts. But, due to the rotation of personnel and lack of documentation, she is having a difficult time determining the validity of the invoice.
Scenario #9 Your current DFAC contractor has not been performing well (workers have been caught steeling, not to mention marginal QAE ratings); CCO has sufficient documentation & MSG/CC wants T4cause ***The caveat: a new BOS solicitation is on the streets that will include this DFAC operation and is expected to be awarded NLT three months from now
Scenario #10 One of your contractor’s employees comes to you complaining that he has not been paid….
Scenario #11 Or he comes to you stating that his employer has been holding his passport
Scenario #12 One of your Mission Essential contractors comes to you stating that some of his workers are refusing to take the Anthrax Vaccination. Now what?