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Exam Number/Code: CSCP
Exam name: Certified Supply Chain Professional
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Certification: APICS Certification
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Q211. - (Topic 1) 

The process of gathering data about what customers need and ensuring that desired features are included in the design and initial planning phase of a new product or service is known as: 

A. a quick response program. 

B. quality function deployment. 

C. total quality management. 

D. early supplier involvement. 


Q212. - (Topic 1) 

Keeping all other factors equal, a company typically will try to maintain higher service levels for products with: 

A. wider variety. 

B. shorter lead time. 

C. higher profit margins. 

D. lower sales volumes. 


Q213. - (Topic 3) 

The ABC classification system answers which two of the following inventory-related questions? 

A. How much inventory should be ordered at one time, and when will the order be placed? 

B. What is the importance of the inventory item, and how will the inventory items be controlled? 

C. How much inventory should be ordered at one time, and what is the importance of the inventory item? 

D. When will the order be placed, and how will the inventory items be controlled? 


Q214. - (Topic 3) 

A manufacturer has direct relationships with its tier 1 suppliers. Which of the following supplier capabilities is a benefit to the manufacturer establishing a direct relationship with lower-tier suppliers? 

A. Provides smaller lot sizes 

B. Provides components with short lead times 

C. Provides Just in Time deliveries 

D. Provides information about impending shifts in the economy 


Q215. - (Topic 3) 

A company plans to benchmark its shipping reliability compared to other companies in the industry. Which measurement is most appropriate to benchmark in this case? 

A. Perfect order fulfillment 

B. Upside supply chain flexibility 

C. Order fulfillment cycle time 

D. Total inventory days of supply 


Q216. - (Topic 3) 

The primary benefit a company is likely to achieve when setting time fences is: 

A. reducing lead time. 

B. providing a steady schedule for suppliers. 

C. interpreting forecast properly. 

D. maintaining a stable flow. 


Q217. - (Topic 3) 

Which of the following conditions are most indicative of a company that is effectively managing its cash? 

A. Low accounts receivable, low inventory, high accounts payable 

B. High accounts receivable, low inventory, high accounts payable 

C. Low accounts receivable , high inventory, low accounts payable 

D. High accounts receivable, high inventory, low accounts payable 


Q218. - (Topic 1) 

The primary objective of supply chain management is: 

A. minimizing transportation costs. 

B. reducing inventory levels. 

C. taking a systems approach. 

D. implementing advanced technologies. 


Q219. - (Topic 3) 

Which of the following actions best exemplifies an appropriate demand management 


A. Reducing costs in the procurement of goods 

B. Prioritizing demand when supply is constrained 

C. Maximizing sales orders from customers 

D. Updating the sales and operations planning (S&OP) to changes in production capacity 


Q220. - (Topic 1) 

A return material authorization (RMA) policy is used in reverse logistics to: 

A. physically transport returned items by using an efficient transportation mode. 

B. minimize the number of returned items by involving product design and demand forecasting. 

C. reduce the cost of returned items by refusing to accept items that should not be returned. 

D. reclaim substantial value from returned items by recycling.