Planning, Programming, and Budgeting for Training Conducted En Route Between Permanent Duty Stations: A Comparison of the Military Services
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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The requirement to provide en route temporary duty training is not unique to the Navy, but is a requirement common to all four military services. This thesis is a comparative study as to how the Navy and its sister services plan, program and budget for active duty personnel training conducted en route between permanent duty stations. Specific attention will be given to the Navys Temporary Duty Under Instruction TEMDUINS. This thesis will also examine related programs used by the United States Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps to determine how they manage their en route training activities. The focus will be both on the mechanics of their respective planning, programming and budgeting processes, and managerial interactions and management control procedures used.
- Administration and Management
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Surface Transportation and Equipment
- Military Forces and Organizations