A case study on the implementation of DMRD 910 and its impact on a Marine Field Disbursing Office
Longcoy, Lawrence W.
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The purpose of this thesis is twofold. First, it is designed to provide a general overview of current DMRD 910 requirements, the current status of DFAS efforts in implementing policy to satisfy those requirements, and what impact the requirements have had on a Marine Field Disbursing Office. The second purpose is to produce a single source document for use by future Marine Corps graduates in Financial Management that encompasses a historical background of DMRD 910 and its objectives, an overview of DFAS's Implementation Plan and concept of operations, an overview of the Marine Corps Implementation and Transition Plans, and a detailed review of the organizational structure and concept of operations of a Marine Field Disbursing Office before and after implementation of DMRD 910. The research for this thesis uncovered several key points concerning DMRD 910 and its impact on a Marine Field Disbursing Office.
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