ABSTRACT

Civilian Substitution (A Report on Substitution of Civilians for Military Personnel in the Armed Forces)   [open pdf - 7MB]

"The purpose of this study was to determine for each Service the positions for which civilian personnel, direct hire and contract, may be substituted for male military personnel in the last half of FY 1973 and in FY 1974. The study is subdivided into three main sub-tasks. The first estimated the theoretical maximum civilianization potential among enlisted support positions in the Continental United States. The second sub-task examined the comparative total annual costs to the government of civilians and military in the various occupational fields and pay grades identified as potentially susceptible to civilianization. The third examined for feasibility, desirability, and cost savings specific contingency plans for civilianizing 5,000 and 10,000 male enlisted billets in the Marine Corps and 10,000 and 20,000 billets in each of the other Services."

Report Number:
AD-764-523
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Date:
1972-10
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Public Domain
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pdf
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