Date of Award
Master of Science
Department of Operational Sciences
William A. Cunningham, III, PhD
HQ AFMC has consistently experienced problems with the Second Destination Transportation budget being under funded. This under funding causes the command to implement control actions on how funds are allocated to ensure that enough funds are available. This research effort was intended to show the relationship between spending restrictions and how vehicles move between theaters. By identifying whether or not and how the control actions on Second Destination Transportation funding affects inter-theater vehicle movement capabilities, this research seeks to assist those decision makers in making fully informed decisions when allocating scare fiscal resources. The results of this research indicate that there is not a correlation between spending restrictions and vehicle movement. While the research did not show a correlation, it does not necessarily mean that it does not exist.
DTIC Accession Number
Wier, Stephen D., "A Correlation Study of Second Destination Transportation Funding and Vehicle Movement" (2003). Theses and Dissertations. 4281.