Planning, programming and budgeting for resource allocation in the United States Coast Guard
Losea, Richard John
Tibbitts, Jonathan C., Jr.
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Resource allocation is the process by which strategic decisions are made by an organization's management with regard to the question, "Who gets what, when and how?" It is during this process that management must tackle and find an answer to the problem, "How do I get the resources I need to do what must be done?" The purpose of this thesis is to describe those individual subprocesses used by the United States Coast Guard to answer the above questions. Attention is focused on current Coast Guard procedures and practices, and those factors, both internal and external to the service, which influence the process of resource allocation in the Coast Guard.
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