An analysis of maintenance planning information requirements for integrated logistic support oriented to the Naval Ordnance Systems Command.
Long, William Camielle
Kline, Melvin B.
Zybrycki, Edward A.
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This thesis utilizes a conceptual model for determining information requirements for one Integrated Logistic Support element (Maintenance Planning) . The development is oriented to the Naval Ordnance Systems Command (NAVORD) by presenting the existing NAVORD system and using Naval Ordnance Requirements (OR-30) in the development of the information requirements. Following a brief overview of Integrated Logistic Support and its system life cycle (acquisition phases) implementation, the specific data flows for Maintenance Planning are presented which identify the data or information, the source (input) and destination (output) of that data and the form/units of the data. A code is used to simplify the source/destination identification and a detailed alphabetic matrix shows a consolidated distribution of input and output locations for each data element.
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