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Military Personnel: The Navy Has Not Provided Adequate Justification For Its Decision to Invest in MCTFS
In June 2006, the Navy completed a feasibility assessment of both the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS) - the Marine Corps' integrated personnel and payroll system - and the Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System DIMHRS. Based on the results of this assessment, the Navy expressed a preference to deploy MCTFS instead of DIMHRS. In August 2006, the Defense Business Systems Management Committee (DBSMC) made a business decision to accept the Navy's plan to proceed with the development and implementation of MCTFS. However, the Department of Defense (DOD) had already committed to deploy DIMHRS to provide a joint, integrated, standardized military personnel and pay system across all military components. According to the department, as of September 2006, it had spent over $668 million on the program.
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