A data base system to track NPS Navy officer graduates.
Elster, Richard S.
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In response to Department of Defense queries regarding the effectiveness of graduate education for Navy officers at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), the Dean of Instruction found it necessary to provide a system for tracking Navy graduates. The data for this system was initially acquired from the Navy officer personnel data files and a subset was selected by matching with the current NPS Navy student population. Design and development of the system includes the Navy Officer Master File (OMF) records, Unit Identification Code (UIC) index file, and Billet Sequence Code (BSC) index file. The prototype for the OMF is complete and operational for the personnel Officer Master File Extract (OMFX) personnel data base maintenance and reporting.
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