Public works department maintenance management information system
Johnson, Wayne Edward
Dean, Hilbert Dwayne
Totten, John C.
Willis, Jonathan C., Jr.
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This thesis reviews the facilities maintenance management program as applied to naval shore activities, to assess and determine what maintenance management information is needed and provided at the Public Works Officer's level of management. The organizational hierarchy of the U.S. Navy, which serves as the budget path for the Operation and Maintenance, Navy (O&MN) appropriation, is related to the hierarchies of management responsibilities and information systems. The authors conclude that the Public Works Officer is primarily an operational manager, that he needs to be able to evaluate and analyze achievements in relation to stated objectives, and that the existing annual maintenance plan is deficient. The concept of the Budgeted Maintenance Plan (BUMP) is recommended to provide the means for evaluation on an annual basis and to provide a microeconomic tool to transform objectives into an efficient operating plan and budget.
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