Fleet level budgeting: 1981 to 1997.
Clark, Peter B.
Jones, Larry R.
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The objective of this study is to identify patterns in past appropriations to CINCPACFLT and to project trends thus identified into the future. The study analyzes budget data, examines trends and patterns, and adresses implications relative to budget expectations for the future. The data and analysis may aid the Navy in formulating strategies to justify future budgets to improve the allocation of financial resources.
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