GAO: Navy Needs Better Accounting at Pearl Harbor Shipyard

By Thomas Duffy / January 22, 2001 at 5:00 AM
Before it cements a plan to consolidate ship maintenance work at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, the Navy should develop a complete accounting of consolidated maintenance activities there and distinguish between the different types of maintenance work the shipyard will handle, the General Accounting Office said in a report released today. Three years ago, the Navy announced plans to consolidate the management, operations and funding of the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and the Naval Intermediate Maintenance Facility in Hawaii. Before...

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