Case study analysis of United States Navy financial field activity.
Rammel, Patrick F.
Glenn D. Eberling.
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The focus of this thesis is to examine the role of the Navy field activity comptroller in the management of funds and personnel under increasing resource constraints. This thesis introduces four complex case studies developed from interviews with field activity comptrollers and financial department personnel. Each case study represents a different aspect of DON financial management. These case studies will be included in the Practical Comptrollership Course (PCC) offered by the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, and are intended for use by the PCC students as lessons in DON personnel and financial management.
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