Street to Navy Enlisted Sailor Costing
Bell, Michael B.
Huizinga, Christopher A.
Neesmith, Travis A.
Wilson, Mark T.
Eger, Robert D.
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Street to Navy Enlisted Sailor Costing is a project to identify and analyze current total costs associated with the process of recruitment, entrance processing, and recruit training for transforming a civilian prospect into an enlisted Navy Sailor. Navy Recruiting Command (NAVCRUITCOM), United States Military Entrance Processing Command (USMEPCOM), and Recruit Training Command (RTC) represent the command entities responsible for this transformation. These organizations track costs independently from other organizations. The team identified the individual process within each organization, and then created a swimlane to track an individual through the process. The team identified comprehensive Navy cost activities at NAVCRUITCOM, USMEPCOM, and RTC, and then identified the fixed and variable costs to provide an estimated average cost per Sailor. The team analyzed the transformation process through the prospecting, applicant, and recruit phases.
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