Process improvement and information technology illustrated through the Naval Aviation Production Process Improvement (NAPPI) and the Flight Hour (FHP)/Flight Hour Other (FO) programs
Emmel, William M.
Jones, Lawrence R.
Cook, Glenn R.
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Proper execution of appropriated funds is critical if the Navy hopes to maximize the optimization of their limited resources. The Navy's Flight Hour (FHP) and Flight hour Other (FO) programs are no exception. These programs are being managed by good people, utilizing inefficient and out dated practices that do not adequately take advantage of the many Process Change and Information Technology resources currently available in today's Navy. This project report will highlight the need for change in the FHP/FO budget management process, discuss successful process change efforts within the Navy, demonstrate the functionality of change in the FHP/FO management process through information technology, and provide a roadmap to a solution that is in alignment with the Navy's goals outlined in Naval Power 21p5sA Naval Vision. Process Change using Information Technology is a mandate in DoD. Information Technology can be the enabler to PC that allows more effective and efficient use of the Navy's most powerful resource - its people.
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