Quality management review guide and procedures for NAVSUP field activities
McKone, John R.
Stone, Mark W.
Adams, Rebecca J.
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This research project investigates the Naval Supply Systems Command's (NAVSUP) current goals and objectives in developing a new Procurement Management Review (PMR) process. NA VSUP must conduct PMRs on all activities in which they provide contracting authority. Change to the current PMR process is required. Many factors have contributed to this requirement for change in the PMR process. These factors include the shrinking Department of Defense (DOD) dollar, efforts to reinvent or reengineer Government, the way material is purchased in outside industries and the use of Total Quality Leadership (TQL) throughout the Navy. All of these factors are discussed in this research effort. This thesis provides guidance which can be used by NA VSUP to implement a uniform and consistent TQL approach to the PMR process for their field activities.
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