Management control of Aviation Career Incentive Pay for selected reservists of the Naval Reserve.
Ross, Eddie B.
McCaffery, Jerry L.
Thomas, G. Fann
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This study was conducted to determine if the management controls currently being used by the Naval Reserve Force to control Aviation Career Incentive Pay (ACIP) to members of the Naval Reserve are effective in preventing erroneous payments. The current method of control was compared to the Mockler Management Control Model presented in the thesis. A systematic analysis of the different reports and documents currently being used by reserve field activities was conducted and determined to be inadequate. Based on the research conducted, this theis recommends of a new control report that combines all information necessary for reserve field activities to effectively and efficiently determine ACIP entitlement for Selected Reserve personnel
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