Building a collaborative partnership between Camp S.E.A. Lab and the Naval Postgraduate School
Thomas, Gail Fann
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The purpose of this project was to work with Camp S.E.A. Lab Monterey Bay to develop an approval strategy to lease government property from Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) on a services-in-kind payment plan. The goal was to help form a collaborative partnership between Camp S.E.A. Lab and NPS. In support of the potential partnership between Camp S.E.A. Lab and NPS, the students reviewed Camp S.E.A. Lab's current long-range business plan and identified recommendations for the creation of a revised plan. The terms and conditions that are required for the type of lease Camp S.E.A. Lab will be requesting were identified and delivered to Camp S.E.A. Lab. The students also developed a Strategic Communication Plan, which identified the requirements that are necessary to form a mutually beneficial partnership with NPS.
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