"Existing management procedures that are pertinent to research and development activities within the Government are presented. The main focus of this effort is on the Mobility Equipment Research and Development Center’s Countersurveillance and Topographic Division, and highlights the relevant plans, documents, programs, and reporting systems utilized by the Army and the Department of Defense. An in-depth examination is made on the need for Countersurveillance in the Army. The Army’s existing Countersurveillance research and development missions and programs are reviewed.
A detailed investigation and analysis is performed on current management concepts and techniques that are utilized in research and development endeavors. Those administrative procedures that are directly applicable to the Countersurveillance and Topographic Division and its environment are specifically discussed. The main activities covered in this managerial evaluation are: planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling"--Abstract, page ii.
Wiebe, Henry Allen
Cuthbertson, G. Raymond
Byers, J. K.
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
M.S. in Engineering Management
University of Missouri--Rolla
vii, 111 pages
© 1973 James Ronald Carney, All rights reserved.
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Research and development projects -- Management
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Carney, James Ronald, "Management of passive countersurveillance in the R & D environment" (1973). Masters Theses. 3501.
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