Proposed measure of effectiveness for Human Resource Availability periods for their impact upon unit operational readiness.
Highsmith, Raymond Carl
McGonigal, Richard A.
Forbes, Raymond L. Jr.
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The U.S. Navy Human Resource Management Support System (HRMSS) has been in operation in various forms throughout the naval establishment since 1971. To date approximately 50% of the Navy's operational commands have been exposed to HRMSS concepts and practices via the mechanism of a Human Resource Availability (HRAV). At this juncture, however, little has been done to evaluate the operational impact of the HRAV in those commands that have experienced the process. This study proposes a methodology with which the effectiveness of the HRAV process as currently used by HRMC/D's can be assessed. The study further proposes a methodology with which to determine the impact of the HRAV on improved unit performance and operational capability. Use of the methodology is anticipated to aid system managers at all levels to evaluate the product as well as to aid future policy and resource allocation decisions for the HRMSS.
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