Nuclear submarine design resources at the shipyards, their suppliers, and the Navy may erode for lack of demand. Analysis of alternative workforce and workload management options suggests that the U.S. Navy should stretch out the design of the next submarine class and start it early or sustain design resources above the current demand, so that the next class may be designed on time, on budget, and with low risk.
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Given a lack of demand for nuclear submarine design resources in the near future, workforce and workload management options are analyzed to suggest ways to constrain the cost, schedule, and risk involved in the design of the next submarine class.About the Author:
John F. Schank (PhD in Information Technology (All But Dissertation) George Mason University) is a senior operations research analyst at RAND.
Mark V. Arena (Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, Stanford University) is a physical scientist at RAND.
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