Excess Outfitting Materials in Ship Construction Navy (SCN) Shipbuilding Programs: An Analysis of the Initial Allowance Development Process.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
Pagination or Media Count:
This thesis investigates the accomulation of excess outfitting material during a ships initial supply support development process. The SCN allowance development process is discussed in general. The Integrated Stock Number Sequence Listing ISNSL, the primary supporting sub-system for Ship Construction Navy SCN shipbuilding program allowance devlopment, is reviewed. Analyses of ISNSL statistics from FFG-7 and SSBN-726 Class shipbuilding programs are conducted. The affects of configuration changes and adjustments to item management information, particularly the Best Replacement Factor BRF on excess outfitting materials is reviewed. Keywords theses COSALCoordinated Shipboard Allowance List Statistical analysis.
- Administration and Management
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Marine Engineering