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Corps of Engineers Resource and Military Manpower System,
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT INST BETHESDA MD
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides design and construction management services for military and civil works programs. In 1986, the military programs for Army, Air Force, defense agencies, and several nondefense agencies exceeded 6 billion and required a 14,000-person work force to execute. Managers in USACE must continually adjust the work force to accommodate changes in the the size, location, and composition of the annual workload. To do this, they need the capability to quickly and accurately forecast manpower and funding requirements and to allocate the available resources to operating Divisions and Districts. We have developed the Corps of Engineers Resource and Manpower Management System CERAMMS to provide that capability for Military programs. This system enables managers to forecast manpower requirements, planning and design PD funding requirements, and supervision and administration SA funding requirements for all of USACE and its individual Divisions and Districts. It also enables managers to examine options for allocating resources to the Divisions and Districts.
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