The process of determining manpower requirements and its relationship to PPBS.
Martel, Reginald Timothy
Elster, Richard S.
Sovereign, Michael G.
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The purpose of this thesis is to describe the Navy's manpower requirements determination process and to demonstrate how these requirements are used by the Department of Defense Flanning, Programming and Budgeting System (PPBS). This thesis discusses: the Department of Defense (DOD) PPBS, the Navy's Program Objective Memoranda (PCM) development, the Navy's three manpower requirements determination programs (ships, aircraft squadrons and shore establishments), and a classroom simulation of the Navy's PCM development process. The existing system, key players, major roles, chronology of events and organizational inter-relationships are described as they currently function.
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