Forecasting Methodologies for USAF Facility Maintenance and Repair Funding Requirements.
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSONAFB OH SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
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Eighteen methodologies for forecasting facility maintenance and repair funding requirements were investigated and analyzed to determine which methodology is best suited for use by the United States Air Force USAF. The literature review identified four primary factors, or criteria, that determine facility maintenance and repair funding requirements. The methodologies were scored against the four criteria with respect to their appropriate application to USAF requirements. An analysis of dominance was accomplished the results suggested that no one methodology was clearly superior. Fourteen of the methodologies were dominated, and consequently eliminated from further analysis. Four methodologies were non-dominated the U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratories USACERL BUILDER USACERL Maintenance Resource Prediction Model U.S. Army Installation Status Report and the USAF Plant Replacement Value-Facility Investment Metric PRV-FIM. Further analysis was accomplished using the multi-criteria decision-making techniques of lexicographic analysis and the Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution TOPS IS. The results suggested the USAF PRV-FIM methodology is only preferable when the most important consideration is limiting the amount of data that must he collected and maintained. Otherwise, the USACERL BUILDER methodology may best serve the USAF in justifying to Congress and the public, its facility maintenance and repair level of investment determination.
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