The development of an interfunctional network for the implementation of the Department of Defense LOGPLAN
Dilger, Dean Edward
Fulton, Terry Alan
Zabrycki, Edward A.
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The Department of Defense Logistics Systems Plan (LOGPLAN) is a document that constitutes the Department of Defense-wide, long-range plan for logistics systems improvement during the 1975-1980 time frame. The LOGPLAN contains a number of implementing actions for these logistics systems improvements which must be initiated during this time period. The purpose of this paper is to develop and evaluate a model which determines relationships among the one hundred fourteen implementing actions and arranges them into a logical progression for systematic implementation. This paper discusses LOGPLAN in general, the model developed, and an evaluation of the model.
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