Quantcast Relative Value for People as Assets

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MIL-HDBK-1013/12
Table D-9
Relative Value for Other Assets
Asset Characteristic
Value Rating Factor
0
Value of asset inventory is less than
$50,000 or value of individual asset is
less than $5,000.
1
Value of asset inventory is greater than
or equal to $50,000 and less than
$100,000 or value of individual asset is
greater than or equal to $5,000 and less
than $10,000.
2
Value of asset inventory is greater than
or equal to $100,000 and less than
$250,000 or value of individual asset is
greater than or equal to $10,000 and less
than $25,000.
Value of asset inventory is greater than
3
or equal to $250,000 and less than
$500,000 or value of individual asset is
greater than or equal to $25,000 and less
than $50,000.
Value of asset inventory is greater than
4
or equal to $500,000 and less than
$1,000,000 or value of individual asset
is greater than or equal to $50,000 and
less than $100,000.
Value of asset inventory is greater than
5
or equal to $1,000,000 or value of
individual asset is greater than or equal
to $100,000.
D-2.4.6.4 Relative Value for People as Assets.  Relative value
for people as assets is evaluated based on the number of people
present in the area being analyzed because establishing a
monetary value for human lives is impractical.  Separate scales
are provided for mission-critical and high risk personnel and
general military and civilian population to account for
differences in relative value.  Further consideration of relative
importance of people is accounted for in their mission
criticality to the military and the user.  Evaluate relative
value for these assets using Table D-10 and using the most
appropriate scale for the asset being analyzed.
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