Readings – Week 3Kloppenborg, T., Anantatmula, V., & Wells, K. (2019). Contemporary project management (4th ed). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning.Chapter 13: Project Supply Chain Management (426-455)From google read about chapter13 project supply chain Management ( 426-455)Wk3: Exercise #1Answer the following questions based upon the Kloppenborg text and Exhibits presented in the chapter. The length of the paper should be enough pages to properly and fully answer all the exercise questions. As this is an exercise no other sources (except the source describing the project) need to be utilized. The assignment is due by Sunday evening at 11:59 p.m. EST.Find a story in your local newspaper or other media/web outlet about a project that is about to start. For that project, answer each of the following questions and justify your answers:1. Briefly provide an overview of the project (answer the basics who, what, where, when and why). Also, provide the source for the information discovered.2. Using the ideas in Exhibit 13.2, speculate on what activities, supplies, or services could be contracted out.3. Create a request for information (RFI) for one portion of the project work that could be contracted out.4. Using ideas from Exhibits 13.4 and 13.5, determine criteria you would use to select sellers for the portion of contract work under consideration.
Respond to the following in a minimum of 180 words: Most programming languages provide loop statements that help users iteratively
Respond to the following in a minimum of 180 words:Most programming languages provide loop statements that help users iteratively process code. In Java, different loop types exist.Explain the different types of loops presented and situations where each type can be used. Provide code examples to support your comments.