Reporting, Recording, and Transferring Contingency Demand Data

@inproceedings{Smith2000ReportingRA,
  title={Reporting, Recording, and Transferring Contingency Demand Data},
  author={Bernard H. Smith and David C. Spencer and Mike Horne and Doug Blazer and Robert Ohnemus},
  year={2000}
}
Abstract : The recent war efforts in Kosovo have highlighted specific problems with reporting, recording, and transferring reparable spares demand data. There are currently no standard procedures for managing contingency demand data. How should wartime failures be recorded? When should demand that occurred at the contingency base be transferred to the home station? How should the data be transferred? Improper recording and reporting of failure data can (and does) affect how levels are allocated… CONTINUE READING