NALCOMIS/OMA: functional considerations for automating organizational maintenance activities
Allen, Ronald T.
Moore, Thomas P.
Isett, John B.
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This thesis shows that current plans for Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System for Organizational Maintenance Activities (NALCOMIS/OMA) exclude several important data collection, processing, and reporting activities which currently take place at squadron maintenance activities. The importance of these local activities is demonstrated through interviews with NALCOMIS Phase II users and squadron maintenance managers. It is also shown that, although local in nature, these activities are vital to the achievement of the stated objectives of NALCOMIS
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