Design and Development of an Enlisted Force Management System for the Air Force

by Warren Walker

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This report provides an overview of the design of the Air Force's Enlisted Force Management System (EFMS) and how that design is being implemented. The EFMS is a decision support system whose purpose is to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the members of the Air Staff who are engaged in managing the enlisted force. This report describes the concepts underlying the EFMS and provides brief introductions to the system's models and databases. It also provides references to other documents that contain more detailed information on specific aspects of the system.

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