Family Housing Self-Help Program: Evaluation and Recommendations for Improvements.
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING RESEARCH LAB (ARMY) CHAMPAIGN IL
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This report evaluates the Army Family Housing Self-Help Program, discusses problems with the program, and recommends solutions to the problems. The evaluation describes existing self-help documentation and current operating procedures, analyzes attitudes of family housing occupants and providers of family housing toward the program, and gives a costbenefit analysis of self-help vs. preventive maintenance. The data obtained showed that both occupants and installation personnel favored the program and that self-help is more economical than contracted maintenance. Based on results of the analyses, recommendations are given for improving existing self-help methods and procedures in areas of organization, operations, training, and documentation. Author
- Administration and Management
- Economics and Cost Analysis