Use chapter 9 of the attached file: 1.Identify steps that the public project manager can take to access proposed change orders. 2.In monitoring and maintaining current project records, what is the value of having a “Clerk of the Works” position? 3.Based on maintaining public records, point out a deficiency or a missing factor in the reasoning of “Tips for Success” on p. 188. 4.Comment on the importance of Earned Value Chart in assessing the performance of project tasks. 5.When it appears that a project is running the risk of not being on schedule, indicate trade-offs that a project manager can take to conserve quality and performance? 6.Case Study Exercise: White Plains NY Federal Building In 1990, Congress authorized an appropriation of $32.5MM to construct a federal building in White Plains. The fixed price building would consist of 151,000sf, seven floors and house six agencies. The vacant site of the was owned by the federal government for or over 20 years and was to be part of a state/municipal government complex. This was the final building to be constructed. After concluding the acquisition processes and award of an architect and development contract, site preparation began. The project included a mark-up of 40% for contingency costs, ., construction, etc. While site preparation was being done, toxic waste was found at two locations. Testing and disposal were required under federal regulations. Costs in the amount of $1MM were borne by the government under the contract. What measures would you take to reduce the scope of the contract to maintain the schedule and quality of the project?