Improved Procedures for Manpower Program Implementation and Feedback.
Final technical rept. Apr-Nov 77,
GENERAL RESEARCH CORP MCLEAN VA
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The Improved Procedures for Manpower Program Implementation and Feedback study conducted for the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense Manpower, Reserve Affairs and Logistics from April 1977 through November 1977 had the overall objective of recommending procedural changes which would permit greater visibility and more positive control of manpower program activity within OSD. The study involved systematic review and documentation of the major elements of the defense manpower programming, allocation and control process in summary and flow-chart form. Based on this review it was concluded that improvements were required in the areas of Manpower program implementation, historical FYDP maintenance, reporting of actual strength, manpower control vehicles, Defense agencymilitary department overlap, and currency of directives. Appropriate procedural changes have been recommended. Recommendations are supported by decision documents with associated draft directives, system descriptions and related documentation. Author
- Administration and Management
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations