2 edition of Human resources, logistics, and cost factors in weapon system development found in the catalog.
Human resources, logistics, and cost factors in weapon system development
Gerard F King
by Air Force Human Resources Laboratory, Air Force Systems Command in Brooks Air Force Base, Tex
Written in English
|Other titles||Demonstration in conceptual and validation phases of aircraft system acquisition|
|Statement||Gerald F. King, William B. Askren|
|Series||AFHRL-TR -- 79-28(1)|
|Contributions||Askren, William B, Air Force Human Resources Laboratory. Advanced Systems Division, Dynamics Research Corporation|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| v. :|
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Get this from a library. Human resources, logistics and cost factors in weapon system development. [Gerard F King; William B Askren; Air Force Human Resources Laboratory. Logistics and Technical Training Division.; Dynamics Research Corporation.].
Get this from a library. Human resources, logistics, and cost factors in weapon system development: methodology and data requirements. [Gerard F King; And cost factors in weapon system development book B Askren; Air Force Human Resources Laboratory.
Logistics and Technical Training Division.] -- This report describes a methodology which is useful for applying human resources, logistics, and cost factors in weapon system acquisition. Evolution of the Term "Human Resources" Human resources, as a name for employees, was first used in a book published in according to Wikipedia and was regularly used in the early 's.
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Alignment of the systemCited by: Human systems integration (HSI) acknowledges that the human is a critical component in any complex system (Booher, ). It is an interdisciplinary approach that makes explicit the underlying.
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Most modern day businesses have IT departments. In the early years of information technology, an IT department would consist of one computer operator storing data on magnetic tape and then boxing it in a basement. weapon system. The embedded IT subsystem Program Manager (PM) usually reports to the weapon system PM and in these circumstances oversight of embedded IT programs or subprograms is not distinct from the parent weapon system.
Services Many aspects of IT can be acquired as a service; hardware, software, infrastructure. storage and delivery of weapon system parts from the Supply Department to the Operating Forces.
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Acquiring defense business systems (e.g., health care, finance, contracting, human resources, logistics, and training) are obviously quite different than acquiring weapon systems (e.g., Joint Strike Fighter aircraft, nuclear aircraft carrier, or a tank), as shown in Table 1.More than ever before, excellence in supply chain management – especially in logistics functions – is about driving revenue growth, capturing market share, and enhancing customer satisfaction and loyalty.
For example, many retailers are using delivery as a competitive weapon. In a market where consumers can find the same product for about.