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The Resource Sustaining Service Members and Their Families : Exploring Opportunities for Efficiency and Joint Provision of Services Using Nonappropriated Funds, Kathryn Connor, Carra S. Sims, Rianne Laureijs, Jaime Hastings, Kristin Van Abel, Kayla M. Williams, Michael Schwille

Sustaining Service Members and Their Families : Exploring Opportunities for Efficiency and Joint Provision of Services Using Nonappropriated Funds, Kathryn Connor, Carra S. Sims, Rianne Laureijs, Jaime Hastings, Kristin Van Abel, Kayla M. Williams, Michael Schwille

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Sustaining Service Members and Their Families : Exploring Opportunities for Efficiency and Joint Provision of Services Using Nonappropriated Funds
Title
Sustaining Service Members and Their Families
Title remainder
Exploring Opportunities for Efficiency and Joint Provision of Services Using Nonappropriated Funds
Statement of responsibility
Kathryn Connor, Carra S. Sims, Rianne Laureijs, Jaime Hastings, Kristin Van Abel, Kayla M. Williams, Michael Schwille
Title variation
Exploring Opportunities for Efficiency and Joint Provision of Services Using Nonappropriated Funds
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Language
eng
Summary
"The Department of Defense (DoD) routinely seeks ways to become more efficient and reduce costs. Each military service provides its members and their families with a wide range of services supported by resources that are paid for using congressionally appropriated funding (APF), nonappropriated funding (NAF), or a combination thereof. DoD was interested in determining whether any administrative NAF activities could be consolidated -- and, if so, whether consolidation would save costs. DoD created a task force to explore these issues and identified several areas for improvement, ranging from contracting to information technology. DoD Military Community and Family Policy asked the RAND National Defense Research Institute to review the work of the task force and provide an independent assessment of specific recommendations. In collaboration with the sponsor, RAND provided intensive analysis of recommendations in two areas for improvement that the task force identified. Researchers determined that application of consolidation could achieve improvement and savings in some NAF accounting activities, but that there is considerably less potential in the case of NAF employee benefits"--Publisher's description
Member of
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Connor, Kathryn,
Dewey number
355.6/220973
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charts
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)
Series statement
Research report
Series volume
RR-1175-OSD
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  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • Soldiers
  • Families of military personnel
  • Organizational change
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Sustaining Service Members and Their Families : Exploring Opportunities for Efficiency and Joint Provision of Services Using Nonappropriated Funds, Kathryn Connor, Carra S. Sims, Rianne Laureijs, Jaime Hastings, Kristin Van Abel, Kayla M. Williams, Michael Schwille
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Publication
Copyright
Note
"May 31, 2016"--Table of contents page
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 97-102)
Contents
  • Organization of the Report
  • 2.
  • Program Area Descriptions: NAF Accounting and NAF Employee Benefits:
  • NAF Accounting
  • NAF Employee Benefits
  • 3.
  • Eight Guidelines for Managing Change: Insight from Expert Literature and Case Studies:
  • Organizational Change Literature
  • Eight Guidelines for Organizational Change
  • Case Studies Demonstrating Eight Change-Management Guidelines
  • Preface
  • Lessons Learned from Case Studies
  • 4.
  • Managing Change: Analysis and Ways Forward for NAF Accounting and NAF Employee Benefits:
  • Applying the Eight Guidelines: NAF Accounting
  • Applying the Eight Guidelines: NAF Employee Benefits
  • 5.
  • NAF Accounting Consolidation: Cost Analysis and Results:
  • NAF Accounting: Goals and Courses of Action
  • Approach to Cost Estimation
  • Data Collection
  • Figures and Tables
  • Methodology
  • Analysis
  • Results: Costs and Savings for NAF Accounting RIE Courses of Action
  • 6.
  • NAF Employee Benefits Efficiency: Cost Analysis and Results:
  • NAF Employee Benefits: Setting Coordination Goals
  • Approach to Cost Estimation
  • Data Sources
  • Methodology
  • Results of Cost Estimation for NAF Employee Benefits RIE Recommendations
  • Summary
  • Total Costs for NAF Employee Benefits RIE Recommendations
  • 7.
  • Conclusions and Recommendations:
  • Accounting
  • Benefits
  • Recommendations
  • APPENDIXES:
  • A.
  • Semistructured Discussion Guide
  • B.
  • Acknowledgments
  • NAF Employee Benefits Data Gathering
  • C.
  • Background Information for Case Studies
  • D.
  • NAF Accounting Cost Detail
  • References
  • Abbreviations
  • . 1.
  • Introduction:
  • Study Purpose and Focus
Control code
ocn951022954
Extent
1 online resource (xxii, 102 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780833095794
Other physical details
color charts
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)951022954
Label
Sustaining Service Members and Their Families : Exploring Opportunities for Efficiency and Joint Provision of Services Using Nonappropriated Funds, Kathryn Connor, Carra S. Sims, Rianne Laureijs, Jaime Hastings, Kristin Van Abel, Kayla M. Williams, Michael Schwille
Publication
Copyright
Note
"May 31, 2016"--Table of contents page
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 97-102)
Contents
  • Organization of the Report
  • 2.
  • Program Area Descriptions: NAF Accounting and NAF Employee Benefits:
  • NAF Accounting
  • NAF Employee Benefits
  • 3.
  • Eight Guidelines for Managing Change: Insight from Expert Literature and Case Studies:
  • Organizational Change Literature
  • Eight Guidelines for Organizational Change
  • Case Studies Demonstrating Eight Change-Management Guidelines
  • Preface
  • Lessons Learned from Case Studies
  • 4.
  • Managing Change: Analysis and Ways Forward for NAF Accounting and NAF Employee Benefits:
  • Applying the Eight Guidelines: NAF Accounting
  • Applying the Eight Guidelines: NAF Employee Benefits
  • 5.
  • NAF Accounting Consolidation: Cost Analysis and Results:
  • NAF Accounting: Goals and Courses of Action
  • Approach to Cost Estimation
  • Data Collection
  • Figures and Tables
  • Methodology
  • Analysis
  • Results: Costs and Savings for NAF Accounting RIE Courses of Action
  • 6.
  • NAF Employee Benefits Efficiency: Cost Analysis and Results:
  • NAF Employee Benefits: Setting Coordination Goals
  • Approach to Cost Estimation
  • Data Sources
  • Methodology
  • Results of Cost Estimation for NAF Employee Benefits RIE Recommendations
  • Summary
  • Total Costs for NAF Employee Benefits RIE Recommendations
  • 7.
  • Conclusions and Recommendations:
  • Accounting
  • Benefits
  • Recommendations
  • APPENDIXES:
  • A.
  • Semistructured Discussion Guide
  • B.
  • Acknowledgments
  • NAF Employee Benefits Data Gathering
  • C.
  • Background Information for Case Studies
  • D.
  • NAF Accounting Cost Detail
  • References
  • Abbreviations
  • . 1.
  • Introduction:
  • Study Purpose and Focus
Control code
ocn951022954
Extent
1 online resource (xxii, 102 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780833095794
Other physical details
color charts
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)951022954

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