A methodology for Naval Bases and Stations requirements analysis: the case of the NAS Moffett field
Luhrman, Stephen A.
Jones, Carl R.
Bui, Tung X.
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This research proposes a methodology for designing an information systems architecture for Naval Bases and Stations--the Naval Information System Methodology (NISM). The proposed methodology is developed from the Business Systems Planning (BSP) and Structural Analysis and Design Technique (SADT) approaches. It allows a naval base to develop organizational information models, determine command information requirements, and assess information and organizational structures. Additionally, NISM serves as a framework for defining the prototype architecture. An analysis of the NAS Moffett Field is used as an illustration. It help shed various insights into information resource management of naval bases such as an ADP strategy for the future.
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