Navy Public Works Administration.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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This thesis is a textbook for a course of study in Navy Public Works administration it is intended to be an overview of all functions related to the management of Naval shore facilities. Chapter I defines the functions, responsibilities and organization of the Public Works Department. Chapter II provides a summary of the operation and management of a Public Works Center, a separate command which serves all activities in a given area. Chapters III and IV deal with real property management and shore facilities planning and programming. The essence of Navy facilities management--the maintenance management system--is discussed in Chapter V. chapters VI and VII concern Public Works Department resources--the budgeting and accounting for financial resources, and the regulations and policies which impact upon civilian and military personnel management. The various contracts which are available for Public Works support are addressed in Chapter VIII. The remaining five chapters cover specific Public Works management concerns--family housing administration, utilities management, transportation equipment management, safety, and the environment. Author
- Administration and Management