Accession Number : ADA186677
Title : Supply Hotlist Report Generation for Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine Management Meetings.
Descriptive Note : Master's thesis,
Corporate Author : AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH SCHOOL OF SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS
Personal Author(s) : Smith, Claire C
PDF Url : ADA186677
Report Date : Sep 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 192
Abstract : This thesis sought to determine the feasibility of developing a microcomputer-based system designed for use by enlisted personnel on board a U.S. Navy FBM Submarine Tender in producing daily high-priority requisition 'Hot List' reports. These reports are used for management of critical repair jobs on FBM Submarines during brief refit periods. Management personnel from several tenders were interviewed, and a list of requirements, both administrative, and user--oriented, was developed. A software application using dBASE III PLUS was developed, tested, and validated. Coding developed for this program meets or exceeds the identified needs and includes improvements suggested during testig and validation. The resulting software program is an easy to install, easy to use, data base report program designed to support all FBM tenders in the Atlantic Fleet Program operation does not require knowledge of dBASE by the user, and entails almost no training. The program operates on a PC-compatible micro-computer with 384K RAM, one hard disk drive, one 5-1/4-in. floppy disk drive, a monitor (monochrome or color), and an 80-column printer capable of using continuous form paper. Although designed specifically for FBM Tenders, alterations to the software could allow support to other facilities.
Descriptors : *DATA BASES, *REPAIR, *LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT, ATLANTIC OCEAN, CODING, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, DISKS, DRIVES, ENLISTED PERSONNEL, FLEETS(SHIPS), JOBS, MANAGEMENT, MICROCOMPUTERS, PERSONNEL, REPORTS, BALLISTIC MISSILE SUBMARINES, TENDERS(VESSELS), VALIDATION, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS, SUPPLIES, DATA MANAGEMENT, VALIDATION, THESES
Subject Categories : Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Administration and Management
Computer Programming and Software
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE