Navy Construction Contract Administrationby Allan L. Moyle, US Navy, Civil Engineer Corps, Jacksonville, FL, USA,
Abstract: A U. S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps Officer portrays the varied responsibilities of a Resident Engineer administering construction contracts for the military service. The challenges, rewards and drawbacks of the engineer-managers role are reviewed. The importance of professional registration, sound personnel management, and resource allocation are stressed. A field educational experience is amongst the rewards for the resident engineer.
Subject Headings: Contracts | Personnel management | Project management | Military engineering | Licensure and certification | Resource management
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