Can you any one answer this 2 questions below? Course Subj: PROJ-598-61867 Contract and Procurement MGMTQ1) Using alternatives specified in the PMBOK® Guide, discuss what kind of contract pricing might be best for the following procurement situations. Arrange to select a topic “round-robin style” so that you select the next topic that has not already been discussed. Which of these topics are better served using one of these contract vehicles: Fixed Price, Cost Plus (Cost Reimbursable), or Time & Material contracts? Be sure to define each of these contracts before aligning a topic. a.Adding a room to your home b.Landscaping your company’s grounds c.Developing a new software module d.Purchasing new desktop computers e.Conducting a survey of employee attitudes f.To hire a general contractor to do the entire project g.Purchasing a new car for a project h.Leasing a new car for a project i.Leasing an temporary office for the project team j.Contracting for office supplies k.to augment the project team with an additional administrative assistant l. Contracting for a new roof for a home m.Purchasing of a new cell phone and a service plan for the project team n.Contracting for new windows for an office building o.Contracting for new car insurance for the project vehicles p.Purchasing a new air conditioner/heater (HVAC system) for a business q.To hire consultants to consult on a key area of the project r.To hire a product designer to improve the final design of the project For which of these examples would incentives be a viable option?Q2) We have now studied the plan contracting process. We have explored the procurement SOW and various types of contracts. Think back to past events in which you or your organization entered into a contract. Were the contract statement of work, whether verbal or written, and the type of contract aligned? Was your plan or your organization’s plan aligned with where it should have been? What have you learned so far about contracting that could apply to your workplace? Describe how proper planning of contracting might have changed the outcome of past events associated with contracts.