Army Generating Force Census Utilization
ARMY SCIENCE BOARD WASHINGTON DC WASHINGTON DC United States
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Mr. Peter Kunkel, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Financial Management and Controller OASA FM and C, asked the Army Science Board ASB in June 2007 to assess the uses for the results of a census of the Army Generating Force, whose missions include recruiting, training, equipping, and supplying support to the Army Operating Force The Generating Force Census GFC was conducted by an Army contract during 2007-08to help the Army leadership better understand the functions, personnel strength, structure, and composition of the Generating Force. The first phase was completed in November 2008.An ASB 2008 Summer Study panel was formed to determine key uses for the results of the census. The panel specifically focused on how the Army could use the census in dealing with issues and analyses involving manpower, personnel, force composition and sizing, and programming and budgeting work. Major study recommendations are 1. Use the results of the census to develop a systematic set of quantifiable relationships within the Generating Force and between the Operating Force and the Generating Force.
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