Navy Contracting Analyzing Critical Success Factors and Perceived Impact on Success within an Organization
Hill, Josh R.
McGraw, Kevin L.
Rendon, Rene G.
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Critical Success Factors (CSF) are essential ingredients within an organization that are necessary to meet critical mission objectives. Identifying those factors can be a vital asset and assist leadership in achieving successful outcomes in contract management. This report will focus on three major contracting commands within the United States Navy Naval Supply Systems Command, Global Logistics Support (NAVSUP-GLS), Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), and two major Department of Defense (DoD) contractors. The report analyzed contract critical success factors from information and feedback received from each agency. In particular, the research identified any statistically significant correlation within these activities using a detailed regression analysis. The report concluded with findings of significance to Naval contracting activities based on apparent correlations between Critical Success Factors CSFs and recommendations for further research.
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