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Colo. shooter's father, Robert M. Holmes, authored US Navy, military reports

Colo. shooter's father, Robert M. Holmes, authored US Navy, military reports Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org, 20 Jul 2012 [See also: Aurora, Colorado Shooting 'Oddities' --'Oddities' compiled as they emerge 20 Jul 2012 By Lori Price.]

Accession Number : ADA213235

Title :   Forecasting PCS (Permanent Change of Station ORT Moves Using Tree Classifications

Descriptive Note : Technical note, Oct 1987-May 1988

Corporate Author : NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA

Personal Author(s) : Holmes, Robert M. ; Pabiniak, Chester

PDF Url : ADA213235

Report Date : AUG 1989

Pagination or Media Count : 63

Abstract : This report describes a simple, objective method to produce Permanent Change of Station (PCS) move forecasts for use in budget development and execution. The forecasts assume that current PCS move policies will remain in effect throughout a 3 year forecast horizon. The forecasts are produced using a technique called tree classification, which stratifies Officer and Enlisted members into groups based on their Projected Rotation Date and Accounting Category Code. Each group's move behavior is projected separately, then combined to produce aggregate forecasts. Tree classification is used in this report to develop PCS move forecasts for FY89, FY90, and FY91 based on FY88 actual move behavior. The move projections are produced at levels of detail sufficient to develop the Military Personnel Navy, budget and to monitor budget execution. Forecasts are produced for Officer/Enlisted, month, detailing branch, and move type (Operational, Rotational, and Training. the method and forecasts are useful for a variety of reasons. The forecasts are based on simple, known assumptions and provide an objective estimate of future PCS moves. Thus, these forecast can be used as a starting point for what-if analyses, since these forecasts assume no changes in current PCS policies. Finally, the projections can be used as a baseline for comparison to detailer-specified move requirements.

Descriptors :   *PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, *FORECASTING, *BILLETS(PERSONNEL), *PLANNING PROGRAMMING BUDGETING, POLICIES, CLASSIFICATION, ROTATION, NAVAL PLANNING, NAVAL BUDGETS, ENLISTED PERSONNEL, NAVAL PERSONNEL

Subject Categories : ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT