Product Description: RAND Corporation researchers facilitated the surveying of the U.S. Department of Defense earned value management (EVM)âanalyst workforce and described the population across several dimensions. Insight into the EVM-analyst workforce is necessary for the development and integration of EVM competencies across the defense acquisition workforce...read more
9780833091963, titled "The U.s. Department of Defenseâs Earned Value Management-analyst Workforce" | Rand Corp, February 29, 2016, cover price $16.50 | About this edition: RAND Corporation researchers facilitated the surveying of the U.
Product Description: The U.S. military services and the combatant commands have reported vacancies in funded officer billets, a situation that can have adverse effects on organizational performance and mission readiness. By examining options for using alternative mixes of military manpower, the authors conclude that there may be opportunities to better leverage enlisted personnel, warrant officers, and limited-duty officers in some billets designated for officers...read more
Product Description: The Fleet Response Plan is a U.S. Navy program to enhance the operational availability of the aircraft carrier fleet. This report describes program modeling that varies the time between depot availabilities and the size of the depot work packages, to estimate its effect on the maintenance industrial base and the operational availability of the aircraft carrier fleet...read more
Product Description: To achieve a more responsive and more readily deployable fleet of surface combatants, the Navy adopted the Fleet Response Plan (FRP) in 2003 to replace its traditional two-year ship maintenance cycle. The authors of this report look at the effects the FRP has had thus far and determine whether maintenance resources are meeting maintenance demands and whether related industry resources have been coordinated effectively...read more
9780833039439 | Rand Corp, July 30, 2006, cover price $20.00 | About this edition: To achieve a more responsive and more readily deployable fleet of surface combatants, the Navy adopted the Fleet Response Plan (FRP) in 2003 to replace its traditional two-year ship maintenance cycle.