Stock fund aspects of Defense Business Operations Fund
Chapman, Sharon R.
McCaffery, Jerry L.
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The purpose of this thesis is to provide the essential facts about the Navy Stock Fund (NSF) portion of the Supply Management business area of the Defense Business Operations Fund (hereafter referred to as Navy DBOF (Supply)) that newly reporting financial managers and comptrollers will need, in order to maintain accountability as well as run an efficient operation. Portions of this thesis will be used in the manual for the Navy Practical Comptrollership Course. This thesis discusses specific problem area associated with the administration and management of the Navy DBOF (Supply). It provides an overview of the evolution of the NSF to its incorporation into the Defense Business Operations Fund (DBOF). Additionally, recommendations are made to ensure that the Navy PCC continues to provide the most current information available on this topic.
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