Operation and Funding of the Regional Wartime Construction Manager
Cook, Paul Stephen
Fremgen, James M.
Suchan, James E.
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This thesis prepares a training exercise scenario for the Navy's Regional Wartime Construction Manager - Mediterranean (RWCM). The RWCM is a reserve organization which has the responsibility for wartime or contingency construction management. To aid in the training exercise cf the management of resources, a Resource Cost Model is developed. First, a context for the use of the model is provided by examining the two funds used in contingency construction; Operations and Maintenance (0 & M) and Military Construction (MILCON). Next, the policies of Titles 10 and 41 of the U.S. Code, which permit the use of unobligated MILCON funds and deficiency spending, are discussed. Finally, the direct labor and overhead costs of the RWCM1 staff, the deputy, and the area managers are estimated. The total cost is estimated to range from $12.5 to $15.2 million per year.
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