Date of Award

Spring 5-16-2014

Degree Type

Thesis-Restricted

Degree Name

M.S.

Degree Program

Engineering Management

Department

Engineering Management

Major Professor

Herrington, Paul; Ahmed, Syed

Second Advisor

Hunt, Jay

Abstract

The Coast Guard has developed several systems to measure the performance of its engineering and logistics organizations. The development of these measures is based upon the need to show where and how the organization meets the American taxpayer’s needs. The use of multivariable regressions and determining the statistical distributions of the variables will show the adequacy of the measures and processes currently used. They will also determine a better way to measure the performance of the Coast Guard Small Boat Fleet. This research will analyze the 47 Motor Life Boat and 25 Response Boat-Small data from fiscal year 2011 to 2013. The focus will be on improving the measure used by the engineering and systems managers of the Coast Guard to manage assets and resources, as well as making recommendations on how to improve the processes involved in managing a robust engineering and logistics system.

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