Improving training cost information at the Naval Avionics Center.
Burke, Gerald Francis.
Euske, Kenneth J.
Crawford, Alice M.
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This thesis examines training cost accounting at the Naval Avionics Center, Indianapolis, Indiana. Suggestions to improve the existing training cost accounting system are proposed. Proposed solutions utilize existing computers, systems, relational data base software, and training software. Computer scientists, the Comptroller Department and Personnel Department personnel would be key in implementing suggested changes. Division managers and senior would be the primary beneficiary of improved training cost accounting.
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