Automated Manpower Analysis and Personnel Management System (AMA/PMS).
Schwind, Cynthia E.
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In a peacetime environment of increasing budget cuts resulting in reduced manning levels, active management of limited manpower assets is vital to ensure mission accomplishment and battle readiness. Manpower analysis is the process by which an activity's manpower assets are matched to or balanced against authorized billets to determine strengths and weaknesses in manning structure. Manpower analysis must be performed on a continual basis at all Naval activities. Each command must identify, through manpower analysis, future manning shortfalls and take appropriate actions to alleviate them. This thesis presents the data and functional requirements, and logical database design for an Automated Manpower Analysis and Personnel Management System (AMA/PMS). Object oriented database design methodology was used to define data and functional requirements of the system.
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