Activity-based costing of the Presidio of Monterey's Federal Police Department
Dopheide, Clyde A.
Euske, Kenneth J.
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The Army's current activity-based costing model, called Service Based Costing, focuses on costing Major Commands (MACOMS) and large installations. The Army has yet to develop an activity-based costing model for smaller organizations. This thesis develops an activity-based costing model for a small army organization, the Presidio of Monterey's Law Enforcement Command (LEC). This study arrived at the model by analyzing the LEC to determine the LEC's products, processes/activities needed to produce those products, and the resources consumed by processes/activities while producing products. The model identifies seven major products produced by the LEC. These products are Police Information, Police Patrol Service, Investigations, Crime Prevention Education, Crime Watch Hot-line, Physical Security Inspections, and Magistrate Support
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