Initial research on an inventory control process for low attrition repairable items.
Dexter, Mark D.
Moore, Thomas P.
McMasters, Alan W.
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This thesis presents the initial research findings for a proposed wholesale level inventor\" control process for low attrition Depot Level Repairables (DLRs) and is the start of a continuing research effort directed by Professor Thomas P. Moore of the Naval Postgraduate School. The main objectives of this study were to determine if the data required for the proposed model were available in the existing data bases at the Nav7 Ships Parts Control Center (SPCC) or available from other sources, collect the data for a small number of DLRs. and make recommendations for future study. The major conclusion was that implementation of the proposed model would require major changes in SPCC's current repair induction policies and procedures.
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