A comparison of current Naval Facilities Engineering Command field office staffing methods, state staffing methods and the construction industry institutes owner contractor work structure
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This report was generated by accepting a report topic contained in a list of topics on the Civil Engineer Corps Graduate School Information web page. The topic request and description is noted as follows: Topic. How to Measure Staffing Requirements in ROICC offices and Other Acquisition Functions with a description. Description: We base current staffing requirements on history and only adjust from what we have used in the past years. It is suspected that there is a difference between East Coast and West Coast but do not have numbers to back it up. A long time ago there was a chart used for Resident Officer in Charge of Construction (ROICC) positions showing both dolls in Work in Place (WIP) and number of projects handled showing the number of engineers, con reps, clerks, etc. but is has not been used for about 15 to 20 years. Maybe there should be a current chart or some other consistent means of measuring staffing needs that accounts for type of work size of projects, as well as Design in Place (DIP) and WIP. Research what private industry uses. Look for some method that can be used by all.
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