Army Tactical Command and Control System (ATCCS) Benefit Analysis. Volume 1. Main Report with Executive Summary and Appendixes A-H
Technical document Jan-Jul 1987
ARMY TRADOC ANALYSIS COMMAND FORT LEAVENWORTH KS
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The army tactical command and control system ATCCS cost benefit analysis CBA is a three-part study benefit analysis, cost analysis, and a costbenefit analysis. The ATCCS CBA is required to determine the extent to which an ATCCS common hardware and software CHS strategy is implementable and to determine associated costs and benefits. The ATCCS CBA is required to support a designated acquisition program DAP milestone III procurement decision for ATCCS CHS. The benefit analysis was designed to determine and compare various ATCCS automation alternatives and to determine relative benefits and a relative ranking. The benefit analysis will be combined with an ATCCS cost analysis for final rank ordering of the alternatives, conclusions, and recommendations. Results of the ATCCS benefit analysis are based on system descriptions, the Army Command and Control Master Plan, and the ATCCS family requirements and operational capability document. Analysis, conclusions, and recommendations are presented in two ways literary and quantitative.
- Economics and Cost Analysis
- Computer Systems
- Command, Control and Communications Systems