Department of Defense financial management education and training programs : a survey of quality assurance methods
Gragen, Michael M.
Euske, Kenneth J.
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This thesis presents and analyses the results of a survey designed to determine how Department of Defense financial management education and training programs assess the quality of their programs. Quality in the context of this thesis means providing accurate, valid, comprehensive and up-to-date information to meet the needs of clients and customers. The thesis explains the need within the Department of Defense for financial management education. It documents the methodology employed in developing the survey. The thesis discusses the general characteristics of financial management education and training programs and summarizes the methods employed to ensure the quality of these programs.
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