RECONNAISSANCE STUDY - SUBSISTENCE MANAGEMENT.
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT INST WASHINGTON D C
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The reconnaissance study examines the whole area of subsistence management but concentrates particularly on elements of subsistence support, such as procurement, direct vs. contract operations, distribution, transportation, storage, and related activities. Immediate action recommendations call for 1 better methods of accumulating present costs, 2 consolidated messes in those areas where such action would not interfere with operational capabilities, 3 the use of Brand Name resale items as part of contingency stocks, 4 the increased emphasis on Food Management Teams, 5 the preparation of a regional annual food plan, 6 the elimination of reimbursement among the Services for subsistence, 7 the expansion of the cyclical master menu, 8 development of more flexibility at the local mess level, and 9 the presentation of several alternatives which could lead to a degree of systems management in the subsistence function.
- Food, Food Service and Nutrition
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies