The implementation of unique item identification for the Navy's communications security equipment
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The purpose of this project is to conduct an analysis of Unique Item Identification implementation for the Navy's Communications Security equipment. This project will review the existing inventory process and system. The team will utilize previous papers from Naval Postgraduate School to assist in the evaluation of Return on Investment and the Knowledge Value Added analysis of the implementation.
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