OP-12/PERS-5 in the manpower process.
French, Gregory P.
Mehay, Stephen L.
Mitchell, Carol A.
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The purpose of this thesis is to analyze the operations of the Chief of Naval Personnel's Total Force Programming and Manpower Division, OP-12/PERS-5, and to document OP-12/PERS-5's functions in determining Navy manpower requirements and programming authorizations. The thesis also addresses the role OP-12/PERS-5 plays in the Congressional requirement to reduce manpower end strength. This thesis specifically discusses: (a) the methods of determining manpower requirements and programming manpower authorizations; (b) the Department of the Navy agencies that assist in manpower requirements determinations; (c) the OP-12/PERS-5 organization; (d) the supporting data base systems; (e) the computer model that assists in manpower programming; and (f) OP-12/PERS-5's relationships with other OP-01 divisions.
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