Evaluation Policy Alternatives for the Reengineering of the Department of Defense Personal Property Shipment and Storage Program - A Stakeholder Approach
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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The Military Traffic Management Command MTMC is currently reengineering the DOD Personal Property Shipment and Storage Program. DOD is conducting three pilot projects in support of this effort. Each pilot project represents a policy alternative for improving moving services for military families. The Deputy Under Secretary of Defense Logistics tasked United States Transportation Command USTRANSCOM to evaluate the personal property pilot programs as part of Management Reform Memorandum 6. This thesis evaluates the policy alternatives for reengineering the DOD personal property program using a stakeholder approach. The study develops a model and establishes criteria for evaluating the three policy alternatives. Values are determined for the criteria by interviewing a sample of stakeholders from business, government, and customers. Policy alternatives are then analyzed from each stakeholder perspective. Finally, a policy alternative is identified that best satisfies the criteria for each stakeholder as well as the aggregate of stakeholders.
- Administration and Management
- Military Forces and Organizations