An internal review model for the Naval Military Personnel Command.
LaFleur, Timothy William
Lyons, Norman R.
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The function of Internal Review (IR) is defined and its importance highlighted in order to portray the current emphasis on IR in the Department of the Navy (DON) . The DON has done little work in IR. The key traits, characteristics and standards important to the execution of IR were developed from a literature search and a survey of activities practicing IR. These traits, characteristics and standards were utilized as the groundwork for a DON IR model. The Naval Military Personnel Command (NMPC) was chosen for application of the model because of its large budget and current lack of IR capability. Research of civilian and military personnel activities similar to NMPC provided data on IR practices applicable to NMPC. A model for IR at NMPC was developed by selecting common practices and characteristics from the survey respondents that were feasible for NMPC execution. The model is depicted as it could be utilized by NMPC. The author concludes that certain common traits are applicable to the IR of personnel activities but that tailoring to suit the needs of the individual entity is widely accepted.
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