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Depot Maintenance: Lessons Learned From Transferring Alameda Naval Aviation Depot Engine Workloads.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE WASHINGTON DC NATIONAL SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS DIV
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Both the Navy and Air Force experienced problems and difficulties in transitioning the workloads from the closing Alameda Naval Aviation Depot. Although these problems resulted in some production delays and increased costs, the impact on readiness was limited. The problems and difficulties experienced with transferring the Alameda workloads are not inherent in workload transfers and can be avoided or substantially reduced through improved planning and management. Accordingly, we recommend that the Secretary of Defense share among the military services the lessons learned from closing and transferring workloads from Alameda and other depots.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE