An economic analysis of manpower alternatives for the Navy drug detector dog handler function
Bruno, Mary P.
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This thesis investigates the manpower alternatives for accomplishing the duties required of a Navy Drug Detector Dog (DDD) handler. The feasibility of substituting civil service or private sector contractor handlers for military handlers is examined to determine the least cost manpower alternative consistent with government requirements. Econcmic cost estimates for performing the DDD handler function are developed for each of the manpower alternatives. Manpower costs for the three alternatives are compared. Conclusions and recommendations concerning the staffing of DDD handler billets are provided.
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