Impact on workload at the Naval Postgraduate School due to the implementation of credit cards
Hleba, Theodore A., Jr.
Liao, Shu S.
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The purpose of this thesis is to determine the impact on workload redistribution resulting from the use of government credit cards at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). Because workload requirements, particularly the Supply Department's, may have been redistributed across other departments at NPS, these will be identified and measured. Primary data on procurement cases was collected from the Comptroller's Department and the procurement branch of the Supply Department. Pre-credit card procedures (purchase orders, BPAs and the Imprest Fund) and related purchase action volume were identified and measured, as well as government credit card procurement procedures and related purchase action volume. The intent is to identify any workload requirements, such as technical screening, procurement and material receipt, which may have been redistributed as a result of using government credit cards.
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