The study guide to IS 1017 Scope Change Requests, Time Extensions, Improved_Alternate Project Requests. During the performance of FEMA Public Assistance-related projects, work processes are expected to commence as stated and funds are expected to be obligated/disbursed for approved Scopes of Work. However, there are times when circumstances beyond the Applicant’s control cause the project to turn out differently than planned. For example, Applicants may discover hidden damage, additional work needed for proper completion, delays in the work schedule, or costs becoming higher than estimated. Contains correct FEMA IS 1017 answers and course notes. For a basic foundation on public assistance, check out our FEMA IS 1000 Test Answers Guide. You may also be interested in our FEMA IS 1018 Answers Guide.
The course provides an overview of Public Assistance project eligibility. By the end of the course, State, Local, Indian Tribal, and Territorial Applicants and Recipients will be able to describe all aspects of scope change requests, time extensions, and Improved and Alternate Project requests.
- Identify the different types of changes in scope of work that are considered under Public Assistance funding and how they can benefit Applicants.
- Describe the underlying requirements to change an established scope of work and the process for approving the requested change.
- Identify necessary efforts to request scope changes.
- Describe potential impacts if proper documentation is not obtained for requested changes to the scope of work.
- Explain why the period of performance and time extensions must be monitored.
FEMA IS 1017 EXAMPLE QUESTIONS
The Recipient has authority to extend deadlines for six months for individual projects based on extenuating circumstances for what type of work?
A. Emergency Work
B. Alternative Work
C. Improved Work
D. Permanent Work
If a change in the scope of work will affect the ability to complete the project within the Period of Performance, the Applicant must request a written ________.
A. delayed project request
B. project re-evaluation
C. scope change request
D. time extension
All of the following are generally eligible reasons for a change in scope of work EXCEPT:
A. The original repair method is not technically feasible.
B. The alternate repair method is less cost-effective than the original repair method.
C. Hidden, disaster-related damage is discovered during construction.
D. There is an increase in previously approved quantities due to errors and omissions.
Which of the following is a reason that FEMA may approve revising a scope of work?
A. The Applicant changes their mind about the best location.
B. The Recipient decides they want to add new additions to the site.
C. The documented repair method turns out not to be feasible.
D. The Applicant wants to use a different contractor.
When requesting a change in scope of work, if additional damage to the facility is involved, the Applicant may need to show:
A. Why the damage needs to be fixed
B. How the damage is disaster-related
C. A record of the Site Inspection
D. A record of the Damage Inventory
A written request for a time extension must include documentation substantiating delays beyond the Applicant’s control, a detailed justification for the delay, the status of the work, and:
A. Documentation that proves the damage was caused by the disaster
B. An explanation of how funding will be used for the remainder of the project
C. The project timeline with the projected completion date
D. The status of the request for capped project funding
If an Applicant determines the need for additional time to complete a project, including direct administrative tasks related to the project, the Applicant must submit a written request for what?
A. A time extension
B. A Net Project appeal
C. An Alternate Project
D. An Improved Project
For an Alternative Procedures project, if the estimated amount deemed appropriate by the expert panel is less than the Applicant is willing to accept as a capped amount, the Applicant may forgo the Alternative Procedures and request that FEMA process the project using what?
A. Small Project procedures
B. Alternative Project procedures
C. Improved Project procedures
D. Standard procedures
The deadline for Emergency Work is how long from the date of the disaster declaration?
A. 3 months
B. 18 months
C. 12 months
D. 6 months
When requesting changes in the scope of work, Applicants must ensure that the work is performed within the FEMA Public Assistance specified __________.
A. Period of Performance
B. History of Performance
C. Length of Performance
D. Time of Performance
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