Using Metrics to Measure Contractor Performance
Engelbeck, R. Marshall
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This Project examines the use of metrics as a means to measure contractor performance. It is also designed to supplement the research being done on the ''Characteristics of Good Metrics for Performance Based Logistics (PBL)'' by Professors Ken Doerr and Ira Lewis along with Admiral Eaton.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-CM-04-026
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