A systems analysis approach to decision-making in a non-appropriated fund activity
Bloyer, Stanley Frank
Boger, Dan C.
Brown, Gerald G.
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This thesis demonstrates the usefulness of the systems analysis approach to managerial decision making in a nonappropriated fund activity. The systems analysis methodology is employed to determine the optimum equipment inventory for a specific non-appropriated fund activity. Decision rules are also developed for minimizing equipment maintenance costs and for shifting the operational location of the activity.
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