The U.S. Navy's Consultant Development and Qualification Program: origin and issues
Burch, R. Jane
Harris, Reuben T.
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The Navy's Consultant Development and Qualrf rcat ion Program (CDQP) can be considered ~o be at the midpoint of its own initial development. It presently exists in the form of two inst act icns, one for the Pacific System and one for the Atlantic System, with development of a Navy-wide program scheduled fcr September of 198U. The program is designed to describe desired performance capabilities for consultants in the Navy and establish a system to develop and document these capabilities. The program serves the needs of many people, from the individual consultant to the Commanders of the Systems. The purpose of this thesis is to document the origin of the Consultant Development and Qualification Program in the Navy and to discuss areas of concern at this stage of its evolution.
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