An analysis of unplanned requirements and their impact on the Naval Electronic Systems Command
McCarthy, Justin Daniel
Quinn, John Thomas
James, William Byrd
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The Naval Electronics Systems Command (NAVELEX), as one of the Navy's Hardware Systems Commands, is vitally concerned with its ability to supply the fleet needed equipments when failures occur. Their ability to accomplish this goal is currently restricted by Navy policy which prohibits the funding of unplanned requirements for principal end item equipments. As a partial solution to this problem, NAVELEX has developed alternate sources of material, but it now feels these sources are disappearing. As a result, NAVELEX's current objective is to develop the means to substantiate funding support for principal end items. This analysis examines NAVELEX's current ability to meet this objective and identifies areas in which effective action must be taken before funding substantiation will be possible.
Distinguished Alumni Award Program author. VADM Justin McCarthy SC, USN (Presented 7 Feb 06)
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