ammunition control information system
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The distribution and control aspect of ammunitions (arms) is the most visible challenge of the Nigerian armed force. This project deals with developing an ammunition control information system. The method of data collection used in this work is the primary data which are materials that are realized either through interviews or questionnaire or both, but the one used in this research work is realized through interview and observations. The type of methodology deployed for analysis of the existing system in this project, the researcher made use of structured analysis and design methodology (SSADM) because it has steps that will enable to develop a new one. The new system has succeeded in achieving a secured, accurate, and efficient information system that eliminate the manual information registration and data searching, save personnel time and travel risks and also provide an Accurate inventory information. It is recommended that the employment of skilled computer personnel’s for proper handling of the new system and the staffs involved in the new system should be trained on how to use the system to ensure proper functioning to avoid breakdown of the new system which could lead to the loss of vital information also adequate security measures should be instituted to avoid unauthorized access. These should be implemented both in the use of the new system and for the upgrading of the system. In order to develop an ammunition information system, a number of Technologies must be studied and understood. These include multi-tiered architecture, implementation technologies such as SQL server, programming language (such as Java, VB.NET), relational databases (such as MySQL, Access). This is a project with the objective to develop a basic system where personnel are provided with an information control application and also to know about the technologies used to develop such an application. This document will discuss each of the underlying technologies to create and implement an ammunition control information system.