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Design and evaluation of an Internet-based travel authorization system
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, Oklahoma State University, United States

Oklahoma State University . Awarded

Abstract

Scope and method of study. The purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate a practical implementation of online information processing for the NASA Aerospace Education Services Program and Teaching From Space Program. Specifically, a web-based travel authorization system was developed, and comparisons were made between the newly developed system and the paper-based process used previously.

Findings and conclusions. The web-based system proposed for this study was successfully designed and implemented and is currently in use by the NASA Aerospace Education Services Program and Teaching From Space Program. Statistical analysis indicates that the requests processed by the electronic system are completed faster and further in advance than those processed on paper. In addition, there are fewer backdated travel requests when the electronic system is used.

Citation

Smith, B.C. Design and evaluation of an Internet-based travel authorization system. Ph.D. thesis, Oklahoma State University. Retrieved November 29, 2020 from .

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