The Human Resource Management Information Network (HRMIN) : a cost comparison in accordance with Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular No. A-76, of 5 April 1979.
Matyas, Gary Mitchell
Lyons, Norman R.
Bishop, William Richard
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The Human Resource Management Information Network (HRMIN) was conceived and developed "in-house" by the Navy Military Personnel Command (NMPC) and the Navy Personnel Research and Development Center (NPRDC) . This report is an attempt to ascertain the compliance of this in-house development with the Office of Management and Budget policy on the acquisition of commercial or industrial products and services needed by the government. A cost comparison of the in-house performance cost and the contract-out cost of providing the services required of HRMIN indicate that the present in-house performance is the most cost effective alternative. Therefore conversion to a contracted-out performance should not be undertaken.
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