Financial analyses of contract berthing
Nussbaum, Daniel A.
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The purpose of this MBA project is to identify financial, manpower, and time variables in the contract berthing budget line and to determine the effects of the variables on cost and efficiency statistics of the budget line given a continuance of current policy. A contract berthing budget line refers to the funding provided under a contract berthing policy to reservists to cover certain lodging and meal expenses. More particularly, selected Reservists (SELRES) are required to conduct drills for pay at their assigned Resdiness Command (REDCOM), including the Naval Air Reserve (NAR) and/or Naval Air Facility (NSF). REDCOMs are typically assigned according to the facility closest to the home of residence of the SELRES. Under current Command Naval Reserves Forces Commond (CNRFC) contract berthing policy, SELRES living more than 50 miles from their assigned NAR are authorized lodging and meals expenses in addition to their drill pay. In this project, REDCOM statistics are analyzed to estimate the increase or decrease in funding required for contract berthing budget line. The current berthing process and the potential futre effects on the 50-mile radius rule of the contract berthing policy are also examined. The data included in the MBA project were generated in pre-BRAC 2005 decisions; therefore, analyses in this project are based on that data. Finally, based on the foregoing analyses, an assessment in made as to whether changes to the current contract berthing policy are warranted.
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