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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - Bibliography." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2002. e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Volume 1, Supply Chain: Parts and Inventory Management. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24725.
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C-1 APPENDIX C BIBLIOGRAPHY “About iRail.com”; www.irail.com/pre/preabout.asp. APICS—The Educational Society for Resource Management, Online Dictionary; members.apics.org/Publications/dictionary/ articlesearch.asp. Appleby-Carroll, C. “Solving the Parts Inventory Dilemma.” Utility Fleet Management; Vol. 18, No. 11 (November 1999); pp. 42–43. Brownstein, R. “APTA Procurement Task Force Status Report,” APTA TransITech 2002 Conference Papers; Orlando, FL; Feb- ruary 20, 2002; spider.apta.com/lgwf/transitech/2002/parsons. ppt. California Department of General Services Procurement. “More About MMBS”; www.pd.dgs.ca.gov/default.asp?mp-materials/ mabout.asp. California Department of General Services Procurement. “Stock- less Contracts”; www.pd.dgs.ca.gov/default.asp?mp=materials/ mstock.asp. Cassano, C. “Nuts and Bolts of Inventory Control.” Utility Fleet Management; Vol. 20, No. 12 (December 2001); pp. 22–23. Overnite Transportation. “Fact Sheet”; www.overnite.com/aboutus/ general/factsheet.asp. Fawcett, S., and G. Magnan. Achieving World-Class Supply Chain Alignment: Benefits, Barriers, and Bridges. Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies, Arizona State University Research Park (2001); www.capsresearch.org/ReportPDFs/ AchievingSCAlignment.pdf; p. 7. Marine Corps Logistics Base. “COPARS Program”; www.ala.usmc. mil/contracts/cop5sow.pdf. Muthukumar, R. “Supply Chain Management”; muthukumar. hypermart.net/scm1.htm#usm, pp. 4–5. “Online Purchasing Increases in Q4 2001,” E-Commerce News; January 30, 2002; www.internetnews.com/ec-news/print/0,,4_ 965041,00.html. Pastore, M. “The Future of E-Procurement? We’ll Wait and See,” ASP News; August 27, 2001; www.internetnews.com/asp-news/ print/0,,3411_873291,00.html. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. “Paving the Way: A Review of the Texas Department of Transportation”; window.state.tx.us/ txdot/txdot606.html. Schultz, G. “PTX: The Next e-Business Crossroads.” APICS—The Performance Advantage; Vol. 11, No. 5 (May 2001); pp. 46–47. Tully, S. “Going, Going, Gone!” Fortune Magazine; March 20, 2000; Vol. 141, No. 6, p. 132. Texas DOT, General Services Division. Texas Department of Transportation Major Equipment Fleet Report. Austin, Texas; January 1999. Vyas, K. “The Benefits of Electronic Procurement in the Transit Industry.”APTA TransITech 2002 Conference Papers; Orlando, FL; February 20, 2002; spider.apta.com/lgwf/transitech/2002/ irail.pdf.

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TRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 84: e-Transit: Electronic Business Strategies for Public Transportation, Volume 1, Supply Chain: Parts and Inventory Management examines the supply-chain concept and identifies supply-chain strategies used by nontransit fleets to reduce investments in parts and inventory while increasing fleet availability.

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