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A STUDY OF PROCUREMENT COSTS AT THE SHIPS PARTS CONTROL CENTER. VOLUME I. CONCEPTS, METHODOLO GY, AND RESULTS.
DUNLAP AND ASSOCIATES INC DARIEN CONN
This project is part of the applied research program in logistics of the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Department of the Navy. Its pur pose is to develop cost theory and data required by existing and foreseeable procurement, inven tory control, and logistic system management de cision rules for the Navy supply system. Phase B of the project is concerned with procurement costs at the Ships Parts Control Center. Pre dictive cost functions models are developed which distinguish between various types of pur chase action e.g., purchase orders, advertised contracts, etc., sources of workload input e.g., reviews of system stocks, requisitions from the fleet, etc., and internal processing procedures. Author