The development of the informational data base requirements for a reserve training management decision support system.
McElmoyle, Robert Wilson
Lyons, Norman R.
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Since the inception in 1972 of Reserve augmentation as the primary mode of Reserve Training, the information needs of personnel responsible for the management and administration of the Reserve Training Program has steadily increased. The purpose of this thesis is to examine the information needs of these personnel and to evaluate the capability of the present Reserve Management Information Systems to meet these needs. It was found through this examination that the present reserve systems do contain useful and necessary information, however, in general, there is a need for more detailed and specific training related data that is not now available. To be useful as a Management Decision Support System  for Reserve Training additional data in the areas of correspondence course participation, Active Duty for Training performance and advancement history and servicewide examine participation must be incorporated into the system.
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