The Evaluation of Appropriateness of OMB Circular A-76 Studies on Revenue-Generating Functions in Defense Working Capital Fund Activities
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLICPOLICY
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This thesis addresses the appropriateness of applying an 0MB Circular A-76 study process on the revenue generating functions in Defense Working Capital Bund activities. While the thesis acknowledges that subjecting organizational functions to an A-76 process gains competitive efficiencies, the hypothesis is that a Working Capital Bund activity has already realized the efficiencies by competing for business therefore, a process other than A-76 is more appropriate to gain further cost savings. The thesis examines the specific example of the Navy Supply Information Systems Activity NAVSISA, which is a Fee-for-Service organization that specializes in providing informational technology products and services for U.S. Navy, DoD and Foreign Allies.
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