An investigation into the administration of interservice support agreements at eight U.S. Navy shore installations.
Espinoza-Hale, Marlow D.
Duke, James R.
Roberts, Benjamin J.
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This thesis focuses on the administration of Inter-service Support Agreements (ISSAs) at eight U.S. Navy shore installations. Three issues are addressed: (1) the types of problems being faced by individuals responsible for administrating ISSAs; (2) the incidence and resolution of disputes between host and tenant activities; and (3) the determination of cost savings which result from having an ISSA. The thesis concludes that difficulties being experienced may be classified into five categories and are not severe overall; disputes occur infrequently and are resolved in a professional manner; significant variation exists in the ways cost savings are determined. Recommendations for improving ISSP administration are offered.
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