A Review and Analysis of the On-Going Implementation of Budget Automation at CINCLANTFLT.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CALIF
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The Commander In Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet CINCLANTFLT was tasked with developing a prototype system for the automation of field budget data so that it could be rolled up at the Major Claimant level for use as an input to the automated Major Claimant budget submission. Perhaps the most important phase of this program was the development of an integrated Financial Management Information System FMIS. This project was designed to automate substantial portions of budget formulation, presentation and justification for an annual budget of approximately 2.5 billion dollars. This thesis is a concentrated study and analysis of FMIS development at CINCLANTFLT. Analyses conducted included a review of current manual bugdet procedures at CINCLANTFLT, presentation of a theoretical FMIS model, and a detailed study of design and implementation of each phase of FMIS. Comparisons and conclusions are made between the model and actual FMIS implementation. Some general recommendations are submitted for consideration. Author
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