Automated assessment of squadron enlisted manpower, training and readiness
Kelly, Kreg L.
Granados, Daniel P.
Osmundson, John S.
Courtney, Dale M.
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Manpower management within all activities of the United States Navy has traditionally been an extremely challenging function. Careful, crucial reconciliation of manpower reports such as the Enlisted Distribution and Verification Report (EDVR) and the Activity Manning Document (AMD) are a critical event in the proper execution of such a process. Unfortunately, an automated process where such a manual, regularly occurring, time consuming, error prone, man-hour intensive routine is performed does not currently exist. Specifically, in the area of Capability Ratings, Manning, Training, Equipment and Supplies, an activity should be able to extract a prescribed range of data from their EDVR and AMD and have it automatically calculate the T-Rating and M-Rating as required by the Functional/Type Wing Commander. This thesis will attempt to address the feasibility, and requirements for such an automated software application utilizing COTS technology with the additional utilization of application interface development to automate to the greatest degree possible, the regularly recurring reconciliation of the EDVR and Activity Manning Document.
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