Productivity measurement and analysis of Airborne Weapons Maintenance Plans performed by the Weapons Support Directorate Pacific Missile Test Center
Knudson, Jacqueline L.
Whipple, David R.
Hochberger, Lyle K.
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The President's Productivity Improvement Program for the Federal Government, Executive Order 12552 of February 25, 1986, places a requirement that DOD show a 20% increase in productivity over a five year period, ending in 1992. Productivity is difficult to measure, especially when trying to measure the productivity of a service. This thesis develops a measure of productivity for one specific service. The service measured is revising Airborne Weapons Maintenance Plans performed by the Weapons Support Directorate, Pacific Missile Test Center, Pt. Mugu, California.
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