Navy Armament Decentralization - A Future Problem Area.
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DEFENSE SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT SCHOOL FORT BELVOIR VA
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The study addresses the decentralization of the Armament area of the Naval Air Systems Command NASC, due to the efforts of past and anticipated personnel budget reductions. The study is based on numerous interviews within the command and utilizes the findings and recommendations of two studies at NASC, the Clancey-Merriman Study and an in-house decentralization study conducted by the Assistant Commander for Material Acquisition. Results of the study indicate that if fiscal and personnel reductions are to continue as currently anticipated, a detailed assessment should be made of the existing policies, procedures, and problem areas which are presently affecting the management and control of the area, and a small projectcoordination office should be considered as the future organizational design goal for the area.
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