The Manpower, Personnel, and Training Analysis Subspecialist: An Analysis of Historical Data.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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This thesis presents an overview of the fledging MPTA Manpower, Personnel and Training Analysis subspecialty and its subspecialists. Even though analysis of historical data dominates this research, the recently approved MPTA specialist track is addressed and its impact within the subspecialty community briefly discussed. Topical issues such as availability and utilization of subspecialists, utilization tour completion, and inventory vs. requirements for certain primary officer specialties are addressed. A Markov model is introduced as a method to predict the distribution of URL Unrestricted Line Officer MPTA subspecialists in operationalleadership, utilization, and nonutilization type billets. The graduate education steady state quota model is used to show the potential impact of the specialist on total MPTA subspecialist inventories and Naval Postgraduate School student inputs. Keywords Navy subspecialists Manpower utilization BilletsPersonnel. Theses
- Administration and Management
- Humanities and History