Cost benefit analysis of General Services Administration's proposed relocation
Asselin, Robert R.
Styron, Ernest L.
San Miguel, Joseph
Nevels, Jeffrey M.
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General Services Administration is faced with the responsibility of improving its physical distribution capabilities by either upgrading its current facilities or constructing a new facility. A cost/benefit analysis was conducted of all viable alternatives as to the least future cost to the government while maintaining General Services Administration's current level of service and effectiveness. Of the alternatives analyzed, it was determined that it would be of the utmost benefit to the government for General Services Administration's Western Distribution Center to relocate at Sharpe Army Depot, current site of a portion of Defense Logistics Agencies Western Distribution Center. At Sharpe, General Services Administration has the greatest potential for cost savings while improving its warehousing ability well into the next century. Additionally, there are many potential benefits not addressed, such as consolidation between General Services Administration and Defense Logistics Agency, in order to take advantage of greater cost benefits.
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