The effects of the stock coordination program upon inventory management at the Naval Electronic Systems Command.
Seebeck, Robert N.
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This study is a continued effort to assist the Naval Electronic Systems Command (NAVELEX) in identifying and transferring items to the Ships Parts Control Center (SPCC) in response to j reemphasis by the Chief of Naval Material on stock migration from the Hardware Systems Commands (HSC) to the Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) . Analyses conducted included a revision and expansion of earlier computer analysis of demand data for items managed by NAVELEX, study of the Stock Coordination Program and the criteria by which items are considered for transfer to NAVSUP or retention at an HSC, and the effects on inventory management of stock migration from NAVELEX to SPCC. Definitive recommendations for retention/transfer criteria were not achieved within the time of this research, but the analysis performed sustained earlier recommendations that a majority of items should be transferred from NAVELEX to SPCC.
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