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Figure 4-7.—Purchase order log. You   can   establish   almost   all   of   your requirements  for  operating  supplies  by  submitting a  requisition  to  an  ashore  supply  activity  which will  either  furnish  the  material  or  forward  your request to the appropriate activity for action. In addition,  you  can  submit  requisitions  to  other ships  when  your  ship  is  deployed  for  extended periods at sea. Just  as  in  the  procurement  of  ship’s  store stock,  you  can  also  procure  provisions,  supplies, and services as a purchase from a commercial con- tractor.  You  will  generally  not  use  commercial contractors  for  purchasing  general  stores  material and services. You can find detailed instructions concerning MILSTRIP  for  the  preparation  of  a  DD  1348 (DOD Single Line Item Requisition System Docu- ment) and the procedures for preparing a purchase document  in  your  NAVSUP  P-485  and  in  rate training  manuals  Storekeeper 3 & 2  and  Ship’s Serviceman  3  &  2,  module  2. Procurement  Sources Within United States waters, procurement of supplies by ships will normally be accomplished via  the  nearest  naval  supply  center,  supply  depot, or  supply  activity.  Only  when  there  is  no  shore activity  available  to  obtain  material  for  immediate operation  can  a  supply  officer  obtain  material (other than ship’s store stock) by purchase from commercial  sources  within  U.S.  waters. When ships are deployed, the normal source of  supply  is  the  mobile  logistics  support  force (MLSF).  You  can  find  specific  requisitioning information for this procurement resource in the Atlantic  and  Pacific  Fleet  requisitioning  guides. Also,  you  should  carefully  observe  any  instruc- tions  by  fleet  commanders. During visits to foreign ports, you can acquire limited support and emergency support from the naval activities located in that vicinity. In addi- tion, your ship’s purchase authority is expanded in  foreign  ports  for  the  procurement  of  certain indigenous support and port services as required. 4-23

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