Personnel and payroll management: a guide for the comptroller
Lofink, Raymond K.
McCaffery, Jerry L.
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The focus of this thesis is to identify the prerequisite knowledge required by the Navy financial manager in the budget formulation and execution process for civilian personnel and payroll management. Research at the field activity level has provided practical policies and procedures that have been combined with existing financial management directives, manuals, and instructions to produce a management guide for incorporation in the Practical Comptrollership Course (PCC) offered by the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, California. It is primarily intended for use by the PCC students as a management tool for relieving, reference, and training.
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