Manpower Management at CONUS Installations: Who Should Manage and Why.
Group study project,
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The basic objective of the study was to determine if the Army should have a uniform policy for the management of manpower and other force development functions at CONUS installations and if so, how should the functions be managed and who should do it. Data were gathered by a study of Army documents, interviews with general officers on the DA staff, selected general officers and their staffs assigned to MACOMs, and other interviews with personnel assigned to selected CONUS installations. A DA approved questionnaire was used to survey 105 CONUS installations. Major conclusions were that the Army needs to improve its manpower management and improve the career programs of those personnel employed in this function. These improvements can be best made in the Comptroller organizations at HQDA, MACOMs and installations. Author
- Administration and Management
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations