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. Periodic review of ship’s stores operations to  provide  an  overview  or  to  identify  potential problem  areas .  Work  scheduling  and  control,  job  instruc- tion  and  training  programs,  safety  and  sanitation, equipment   maintenance,   minor   repairs   (as necessary),  and  operations In addition, the fleet assistance representatives maintain  liaisons  with  fleet  and  type  commanders, Navy  supply  support  activities,  fleet  accounting and  disbursing  centers,  and  other  cognizant activities  on  various  ship’s  stores  problems. Approximately  120  days  before  deployment, you should set up a predeployment briefing with the  fleet  assistance  representatives  either  at  their office  or  on  your  ship.  During  this  briefing  you will  receive  information  on  CARGO  cognizance items,  foreign  merchandise,  vendor  control,  and endurance  loading. The  addresses  and  phone  numbers  of  fleet assistance offices are listed in the NAVSUP P-487. NAVY   ACCOUNTING   AND FINANCE There  are  three  types  of  accounting  and finance  activities  with  which  you,  as  a  senior Ship’s Serviceman, should be familiar: the Navy regional finance centers, the fleet accounting and disbursing  centers,  and  the  personnel  support activity  detachments.  The  mission  and  relation- ship   of   these   finance   activities supply  system  and  to  you,  the Serviceman,  are  discussed  below. NAVY  REGIONAL  FINANCE CENTERS Navy  regional  finance  centers to   the   Navy senior   Ship’s (NRFCs)  are field  finance  activities  under  the  command  and primary support of the Deputy Comptroller of the Navy.  Each  NRFC  is  headed  by  a  commanding officer  who  is  a  Supply  Corps  officer.  The  navy regional   finance   centers   are   located   in   Great Lakes,  Illinois,  and  in  Washington,  D.C. The  mission  of  an  NRFC  is  to  perform regional   disbursing,   accounting,   reporting, administrative  examinations,  and  other  related financial  service  functions  for  the  geographical area  it  supports  as  assigned  by  NAVCOMPT. The  senior  Ship’s  Serviceman  becomes  in- volved  with  an  NRFC  primarily  when  there  are charges  to  a  Ship’s  Store  Profits,  Navy  (SSPN) functional  account.  The  Navy  Regional  Finance Center, Washington, D. C., will take care of some of  your  SSPN  bills  associated  with  vending machines   (CONUS). FLEET  ACCOUNTING  AND DISBURSING CENTERS Fleet   accounting   and   disbursing   centers (FAADCs)  are  field  finance  centers  under  the command  and  primary  support  of  the  Deputy Comptroller  of  the  Navy.  There  are  two  fleet accounting and disbursing centers: one is in San Diego,  California;  the  other  is  in  Norfolk, Virginia. One  of  the  FAADC’s  functions  is  to  review and  process  ship’s  store  returns.  The  Ship’s Serviceman  becomes  involved  with  the  FAADC when   the   4-month   ship’s   store   returns   are prepared and forwarded to that activity. If errors are discovered in the 4-month returns, a letter is forwarded  to  the  command  requesting  adjustment or explanation. Dealers’ bills for ship’s store stock are  forwarded  to  an  FAADC  for  payment.  The FMDC will reconcile the amount of the bill pro- vided by the dealer with the amount reported by the  activity.  If  discrepancies  are  discovered,  a letter  requesting  adjustment  or  correction  is forwarded  to  the  commanding  officer  of  the activity. PERSONNEL SUPPORT ACTIVITY   DETACHMENTS Personnel  support  activity  detachments  are paying activities that are primarily used for the payment  of  dealers’  bills.  The  senior  Ship’s Serviceman becomes involved with these paying activities when dealers’ bills are forwarded to the activities for payment. Personnel support activity detachments  are  located  around  the  world  in localities such as Yokosuka, Japan; Naples, Italy; Rota,  Spain;  and  Oakland,  California. At some point in your career, you have prob- ably heard of or dealt with many of the organiza- tions  and  branches  you  have  just  read  about  in this  chapter.  In  fact,  as  you  have  encountered receipts  from  some  of  these  places  or  ordered materials   from   others,   you   have   probably wondered why a supply system should be so com- plicated and elaborate. Now that you have read 2-10

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