The influence of operational resources and activities on indirect personnel costs: A multilevel modeling approach

@inproceedings{Boehmke2016TheIO,
  title={The influence of operational resources and activities on indirect personnel costs: A multilevel modeling approach},
  author={Bradley C. Boehmke and Alan W. Johnson and Edward D. White and Jeffery D. Weir and Mark A. Gallagher},
  year={2016}
}
Indirect activities often represent an underemphasized, yet significant, contributing source of costs for organizations. In order to manage indirect costs, organizations must understand how these costs behave relative to changes in operational resources and activities. This is of particular interest to the Air Force and its sister services, because recent and projected reductions in defense spending are forcing reductions in their operational variables, and insufficient research exists to help… CONTINUE READING