The functions and corresponding processes involved with field level comptrollership.
Matthews, John C.
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This thesis addresses the functions of Comptrollership at the field level and uses the Naval Supply Center, Oakland, as a point of reference. The paper discusses the evolution and development of these functions and basic concepts relative to the Comptroller environment. Functional and organizational views are taken to describe the processes involved with these functions and to show how they are affected by organizations outside NSC Oakland's Comptroller Department. The thesis concludes with several observations of the processes and the system within which they exist.
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