OPNAV N432D responsibilities and impact on budget formulation for the Navy Flying Hour Program
Jarvis, David K.
Jones, Lawrence R.
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OPNAV N432D serves as the Navy's resident expert on the Flying Hour Program (FHP) and the chief agent in the management of FHP funding. The Navy utilizes the Department of Defense Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution System (PPBES) to provide the resources for the FHP. Due to the complexity of the PPBES and the FHP management procedures and processes, new officers assigned to N432D spend a large portion of their first year on the job merely observing and learning their jobs, which results in reduced productivity. The purpose of this professional report is to identify the responsibilities, key knowledge areas and tasks of N432D Aviation FHP Officers and to analyze their role and impact in the budget formulation process for the Navy FHP. This document provides a one-source reference for new members of N432D to improve their productivity in their first year on the job.
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