Establishing a Selected Reserve corporate database
Newton, Sherry R.
Knight, Robert Lewis.
Thomas, George W.
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The Director of Naval Reserve and Commander, Naval Reserve Force (CNRF) are totally dependent on the Commanding Officer, Naval Reserve Personnel Center (NRPC) and the Inactive Manpower Information System (IMAPMIS) automated information system for the control of all functions of Selected Reserve (SELRES) mobilization billet information, personnel billet assignments, personnel pay and tracking individual member retirement credit. Although recently converted from a flat file system to a relational database, IMAPMIS does not meet functional requirements for timely update and correction of critical data. IMAPMIS's poor responsiveness and lack of ad hoc query capability make it obsolete and virtually unusable for SELRES data. The purpose of this thesis is to examine the present functions of IMAPMIS and identify its shortfalls. This is followed by a recommended alternative to establish a separate SELRES database, administered by CNRF, that will internally process data and feel updated information to external systems such as IMAPMIS.
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