Documentation and evaluation of depot maintenance cost accumulation and reporting at the Naval Air Rework Facility, Jacksonville, Florida
Burnett, Joseph Lawrence
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The purpose of this research project was to examine the recording and reporting of depot level maintenance costs to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower, Installations and Logistics (OASD, MI&L) and the interpretation of these costs in OASD report RCS DD-M(A) 1397. The analysis in this study is based on information obtained from an on-site visit to the Naval Air Rework Facility, Jacksonville, Florida and by analyzing five years of depot cost data obtained from OASD. Particular emphasis was placed on the OASD reports for FY82 and FY83. The results of the study indicate that if NARF Jacksonville can be taken as representative of all NARFs , then the Department of the Navy has a workable cost accumulation and reporting system with respect to the rework of aircraft, their weapons systems and associated ground support equipment, which is capable of providing the maintenance cost data required by OASD. This study further reveals that the data in OASD report RCS DD-M(A) 1397 is subject to misinterpretation and should be revised.
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