Study on the applicability of and use of property management regulations in support of major acquisition programs in the Department of the Navy
Castro, Robert A.
Yoder, E. Cory
Lamm, David V.
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The purchase of millions of dollars in Government property by various programs within the Department of the Navy in the development of many ACAT-1 Major Systems acquisition programs need to be reviewed to determine if the proper regulatory guidance exists. The purpose of this research was to investigate what, if any policies, provide Program Managers of Major System Acquisition with the proper guidance in the management control and of Government acquired property. The thesis examines an existing ACAT-1 program within the Department of the Navy, provides a full accounting and value of the property acquired to date. The research will determine to what extent the existing property management regulations were used, the current status of the property acquired and what actions have been taken to ensure that all the property acquired to date is fully accounted for. Recommendations will focus on areas associated with the establishment of Department of Navy regulatory policy at the property management level as well as the development of policy guidance for the proper purchase, distribution and control of property at the program level.
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