The credibility of the supply department in the maintenance environment
Doyle, David Neal
Roger D. Evered
Roberts, Benjamin J.
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This thesis examines the credibility of the supply department within the maintenance environment. Data for the analysis was obtained by surveying commanding officers and Supply Corps officers of 312 maintenance-related Navy activities. The surveys were distributed under report control number OPNAV-4400-4(OT). Each population was analyzed independent of the other. The conclusion of this research is based on a comparison of that independent analysis and shows that the supply department within the maintenance environment has a significant credibility gap.
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