Indonesian Navy logistic system.
Creighton, John W.
Hynes, James P.
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The Indonesian Navy logistic system as it exists today is a network of people, resources, organizations, and processes, regularly interacting to carry out the vital function of providing adequate logistic support of all kinds to the Naval Operating Forces so that they can accomplish their assigned missions. Selective inventory management is currently being adopted to insure support of the Naval Forces at minimum total cost, and to maximize the cost-saving potential of the selective management policies. The Navy is faced with the requirement of developing and implementing control devices which would assure Parliament that each echelon of management is effectively and efficiently managing all its resources.
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