A Decision Support Personnel Monitoring Database System prototype for the United States Marine Corps.
Horton, David L.
Dolk, Daniel R.
Melchar, David E.
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This thesis examines the decision criteria used in monitoring personnel within the United States Marine Corps. Given the decision criteria used in the manual process, a prototype Decision Support Personnel Monitoring Database System is developed using the dBASE III query language. The system is designed to run on a microcomputer and allows the user to add, modify, delete or review all databases. Personnel reports can be generated identifying all officers eligible for a specific billet or all billets that an officer is qualified to fill. This real-time personnel monitoring system is used to assist the personnel monitors in matching vacant job assignments with eligible qualified Marines.
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