APPLICATION AND DEMONSTRATION OF NAS SAUFLEY MANPOWER ALLOCATION AND PRODUCTIVITY MEASUREMENT MODEL.
LITTON SYSTEMS INC MONTEREY CALIF MELLONICS SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT DIV
The study involves the application of the manpower allocation model MAM and the productivity measurement model PMM for Naval Air Station Saufley in addressing six typical Navy management questions. It was the first opportunity to demonstrate some of the model capabilities in addressing manpower management questions which may typically develop in the Department of Defense planning programming and budgeting system PPBS dialogue. The demonstration indicated that the models are capable of being used in responding to each of the six proposed management questions. Recommendations were formulated concerning input data requirements model output, structure and validity analysis which would improve the usefulness of the models. Author