An analysis of government furnished material (GFM)--in new construction ships.
Masters, Paul John
Boger, Dan C.
Sullivan, Timothy J.
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This thesis discusses the supply support process for new construction ships, the feasibility, cost and impact of maximizing the use of the Navy supply system for repair parts and equipage, and provides regression models for use in program budget formulation and execution. The discussion includes the criteria for determining contractor versus government furnished equipment and material. The report also presents the results of a test case involving the transfer of parts procurement responsibility from the contractor to the Government.
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