Administrative Sciences Department Travel Database System.
Ragan, Matthew Curran
Bui, Tung X.
Liao, Shu S.
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The Administrative Sciences (AS) Department of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) produces a high volume of travel orders for both civilian and military personnel. The data used in these documents consist of all departmental personnel and travel data. This database requires constant and labor intensive maintenance to ensure accurate, up-to-date personnel and travel information. This thesis defines, designs and implements a database application that the Administrative Sciences Department can use to manage the departmental travel order and travel claims requirements. This new prototype is named "Travel Database System (TDS)", version 1.0. This document provides an in depth outline covering software requirements analysis, design and implementation. This system was written using OMNIS7 Integrated Development Environment, version 1.03. OMNIS7 is a Microsoft Windows based application generator.
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