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Naval Station Anchorage
Pottinger, Jeff; McCarthy, J. D.; Sack, Robert J. Case C-2320 / Published May 2, 2011 / 9 pages.
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CAPT Jake Branson is beginning his first week at work after assuming command of NAVSTA Anchorage. He has received a message from his Regional Commander indicating that Commander Naval Installations Command (CNIC) headquarters has just issued a requirement for all Regional Commanders to propose adjustments that would reduce its annual operating expenses by 3% (i.e., reduce its total annual authorized funding level by 3%) without sacrificing required performance levels. Branson is worried about his ability to comply.


Learning Objectives

To analyze installation costs and determine cost drivers. To take an enteprise view of cost reduction.

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  • Overview

    CAPT Jake Branson is beginning his first week at work after assuming command of NAVSTA Anchorage. He has received a message from his Regional Commander indicating that Commander Naval Installations Command (CNIC) headquarters has just issued a requirement for all Regional Commanders to propose adjustments that would reduce its annual operating expenses by 3% (i.e., reduce its total annual authorized funding level by 3%) without sacrificing required performance levels. Branson is worried about his ability to comply.

  • Learning Objectives

    Learning Objectives

    To analyze installation costs and determine cost drivers. To take an enteprise view of cost reduction.