Information requirements of a management information system relating to the budgetary decisions of a Coast Guard program manager
Burk, James Dale
Miner, John Kennedy
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Information is the lifeblood of any organization. In an era where governmental budgeting is becoming more complex and more significant, operations without the aid of an effective Management Information System is difficult at best. Prior to the implementation of any Management Information System, a sound all-encompassing data base is essential. This thesis proposes information requirements to such a data base to be utilized by Coast Guard district level Program Managers when making budgetary decisions.
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