A modernization plan for the Technical Data Department of the Naval Ships Weapon Systems Engineering Station
Wang, Peter C. C.
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A methodology is presented which utilizes an intraorganizational structure to coordinate a modernization that requires the acquisition of facilities involving high technology. This methodology is then applied to a proposed modernization of the Technical Data Department of Naval Ships Weapon Systems Engineering Station, Port Hueneme, California. The results of this application are initial recommendations for an acquisition coordinating structure to reduce technical and organizational risks. (Author)
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