An automated systems and project management system for Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps
Cavallaro, Richard C.
Lyons, Norman R.
Dolk, Daniel R.
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The administration of all automated information systems is a task that continues to become increasingly difficult as the numbers and complexity of these systems grow. The Department of the Navy has promulgated regulations dealing with life cycle management of these systems from the mission analysis/project initiation phase through such time that the system is terminated. The resources required to perform this managerial control are no longer adequate without the assistance of automated support. This thesis will develop a micro-oriented database management system that will enhance and simplify management control of the more than one hundred automated systems currently sponsored by the Manpower Systems Integration Branch at Headquarters, United States Marine Corps.
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