Civilian End Strength Study. Study Sponsor ODCSLOG.
Final rept. Mar-Oct 85,
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR LOGISTICS (ARMY) WASHINGTON DC
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The study objectives were to identify the cause of the growth in civilian employment, show potential areas of reduction, and determine the feasibility of a fixed end strength level. The final study conclusions were a The Army could live within a fixed end strength however, returning to end strength controls was not recommended b Armys Productivity Programs have great potential for providing a substantial return on investment c Significant manpower savings can be realized through productivity enhancing automation and d Space savings should be on a 5050 share basis between DA and the MACOMs. This procedure would permit reallocation of spaces to meet new initiatives. Keywords Civilian end strength Manpower management Personnel Civilian manpower.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations