An analysis of the contributing factors to the fiscal year 1985 MCDOSET error rates of the Marine Corps Infantry Battalion
Swenson, Thomas G.
Melchar, David E.
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Marine Corps Order 7220.130 prescribes the regulations and procedures concerning the disbursing on-site examinations of Marine Corps organizations. This order created two Marine Corps Disbursing On-site Examination Teams (MCDOSET), one assigned West Coast responsibilities, and the other assigned East Coast responsibilities. The examinations are conducted to determine the correct disbursement of funds to active duty Marines, and error rates are assigned accordingly. This thesis is a descriptive examination of contributing factors to the MCDOSET monetary error rates in Marine Corps Infantry Battalions. From the data accumulated by this study, it was determined that the primary contributing factors to the error rates are the total number of personnel performing their duties in the battalion personnel office, the number of years of supervisory experience of the personnel chief, and the number of years that the personnel chief had held that position in the battalion.
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