Data Quality for the Automotive Maintenance Phase of the Marine Corps Job Performance Measurement (JPM) Project
CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT DIV
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All large-scale data collection efforts must contend with the issue of data quality. This research memorandum examines the quality of data collected for the automotive maintenance portion of the Marine Corps Job Performance Measurement Project, then describes measures taken to minimize the effect of questionable or missing cases. Particular attention is focused on data inconsistencies and problems associated with operational fielding of Computer Aptitude Test-Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery CAT-ASVAB and the Enhanced Computer Administered Test ECAT. ASVAB Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, CAT Computer Adaptive Test, Data acquisition, JPM Job Performance Measurement, Maintenance personnel, Marine Corps personnel, Performance human, Performance tests, Problems, Quality, Test methods, Validation.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Surface Transportation and Equipment