An Analysis of Consolidating the Distribution of DESC-Managed Items at Dayton, Ohio
DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY ALEXANDRIA VAOPERATIONS RESEARCH AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OFFICE
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To determine the economic and operational feasibility of consolidating the distribution of DESC-managed items at Dayton, Ohio. This analysis examines the one-time and recurring cost increase or decrease expected to result from consolidating the distribution of all DESC-managed items at Dayton, Ohio. It also looks at the impact of such a consolidation on operational performance. The costs considered are transportation receipt and shipment of material added vendor charges for shipment to more than one depot stock levels bulk relocation of stock and moving or terminating people. Operational impacts considered are survivability in case of disaster or attack and satisfaction of customer requirements for special support.
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