A review of the Marine Corps maintenance of real property program in order to improve the Marine Corps' BMAR projection.
Hartenstein, Neil T.
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This study reviewed the current Marine Corps' program control system for the maintenance and repair of real property in order to identify factors which have influenced the growth of the Backlog of Maintenance and Repair (BMAR) . To provide background for this study, a review of the Department of Defense's maintenance of real property guidance and the changes that have been implemented was accomplished to examine its impact on the BMAR growth and the different program control systems the military services have established. The factors contributing to the Marine Corps ' BMAR growth and their impact on the growth are examined. This study concludes with observations regarding the program control system which Marine Corps activities currently employ. Further, it provides specific recommendations which are intended to improve the system now in operation and ultimately result in a more positive projection of BMAR for the Marine Corps.
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