The Navy's cargo transportation system
McBurney, Donald T.
Boger, Dan C.
Duke, James R.
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The purpose of this thesis is to determine if the Navy is receiving sufficient services to support the cost and manner in which the QUICKTRANS contract is managed. It reviews the current contract and analyzes its efficiency. Additionally, it reviews a proposed revision to the established manner of contracting transportation services, which was presented in 1983. Finally, it reviews potential future improvements to QUICKTRANS and the entire Navy Integrated Transportation system.
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