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Figure 2-9.—Requisition Log, NAVSUP Form 1336
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Figure 2-10.—Preparation of Record of Receipts and Expenditures NAVSUP Form 367. l One copy, signed by the storeroom storekeeper for Quotation, DD Form 1155, will be given to the acknowledging  responsibility  for  the  items  received  and filed in the FSO’s accountability file. l One copy, extended, to one of two files; receipts with charge or receipts without charge. This copy is used by the records keeper to post to the NAVSUP Form 335, the NAVSUP Form 367, and the NAVSUP Form 1336, and then filed in the appropriate receipts file. l  All  remaining  copies  are  attached  to  the outstanding requisition copy taken from the outstanding requisition  file. Distribution of Receipt Documents From Commercial  Sources Receipts  from  purchase  and  indefinite  delivery-type contracts are handled in much the same manner as receipts from Navy activities. When an order is placed, one copy of the Order for Supplies or Services/Request storeroom  storekeeper  for  the  incoming  material  file. Upon  receipt  of  the  material,  the  inspector  will  remove all copies (minimum of three) from the outstanding purchase order file, inspect the material, circle the quantity received, and then sign and date block 26 of the DD Form 1155. The copies are distributed as follows: a. Copy signed by the inspector and one additional copy are placed under lock and key by the FSO until receipt of the dealer’s bill. b. One copy is delivered to the records storekeeper for posting to the NAVSUP Forms 335 and 367 and placed in the appropriate receipt file. c.   All   remaining   copies   are   returned   to   the outstanding purchase order file pending receipt of the dealer’s bill. d. The storeroom storekeeper should remove the copy  of  the  applicable  DD  Form  1155  from  the 2-10

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