Officer Computer Utilization Report
NAVY OCCUPATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND ANALYSIS CENTER WASHINGTON DC
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Computer utilization at all levels within the Navy continues to grow exponentially. This study examines naval officers involvement with all levels and types of automated resources. A Navy-wide officer survey was conducted by the Navy Occupational Development and Analysis Center in the second quarter of FY91. The survey was mailed to a random sample of naval officers stratified across 35 officer communities and proportionated by the ranks of chief warrant officer to captain. For purposes of this study, the findings represent the sample. Descriptive statistics were used to interpret the data. The findings underscore the importance of computer literacy as an entry level skill for officers in all fields as well as the need for standardization software packages.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Computer Systems