Analysis of Demands on the Naval Station, San Diego.
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CALIF
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In developing a system for allocating manpower resources in the Navy, major emphasis has been placed on the design of an input-output model to forecast the workload of shore activities, based upon the size and distribution of the fleet. To determine the feasibility of input-output analysis for operational use, a full-scale model of the 11th Naval District is being developed. The structure of input-output analysis requires data on the work output of each shore activity and its destination in the fleet and at other activities. In addition, the demands by the fleet must be disaggregated by ship type, movement, and status. A major effort underway is the collection and organization of data and the empirical analysis of the fleet-shore workload demand network, focusing on 10 major shore activities in the 11th Naval District. This report is concerned with the analysis of workload demand on one of these activities--the Naval Station, San Diego. The structure of demands on the two major departments at NAVSTA, San Diego Waterfront Operations and Military Personnel was analyzed, and the differences in demand among ship types were determined. The Waterfront Operations Department primarily provides port services to ships in the harbor and the Military Personnel Department, personnel services to fleet personnel. Author
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