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Title: Assessing the Manning Options Impacts on Effectiveness and Efficiency of Technology Security and Foreign Disclosure Processes
Authors: Johnathan Mun
Keywords: U.S. Navy International Programs Office (NIPO)
Issue Date: 31-Oct-2016
Publisher: Acquisition Research Program
Citation: Published--Unlimited Distribution
Series/Report no.: Foreign Acquisitions
Abstract: The U.S. Navy International Programs Office (NIPO) has an imminent full-time equivalence reduction from 44 to 36 personnel within the next fiscal year. As such, NIPO requires a manning options study on effectiveness and efficiency of its Technology Security and Foreign Disclosure decision process within the U.S. Navy. The concern is what the imminent impact on schedule delays of future NIPO production may be on such a reduction. The objectives and desired outcomes of the current research are to address and answer the following: What is the current NIPO process for dealing with various product lines? In the current NIPO processes, what are the schedule-cost risks and impacts? What are the schedule and cost impacts of the imminent reduced manning? Would a change in organizational structure or processes assist or deter efficiency and cost effectiveness at NIPO?
Description: Acquisition Management / NPS Faculty Research
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