Naval facilities condition: the annual inspection summary report and the Shore Based Readiness Report.
Jones, James Allen
Liao, Shu S.
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This thesis examines the consistency o-f information contained in the Annual Inspection Summary Report and the Shore Base Readiness Report. The objective is to determine if the facilities deficiencies reported in the Annual Inspection Summary support the readiness ratings on facility condition reported in the Shore Base Readiness Report. The mean percentage deferrable, nondeferrable, and total facilities deficiencies per current plant value of a mission category is calculated and analyzed by analysis of variance tests to determine if there is a significant difference in the mean percentage deficiencies per current plant value among different readiness ratings. The analysis indicates there is no significant difference of the mean percentage deficiencies per current plant value. The study concludes that the facilities deficiencies reported in the Annual Inspection Summary do not support the readiness ratings on facility condition reported in the Shore Base Readiness Report.
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