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Requisition Files
DECK   ARRANGEMENT.–   The  cards  in  the requisition decks are arranged in the order in which the items appear on the Food-Item Report/Master Food Code List, NAVSUP Form 1059. The three-digit code number in the last three columns of the serial number field  (card  columns  41-43)  provides  a  simple alphanumerical  order  of  arrangement. PHYSICAL CONDITION AND UPDATING.– The  requisition  cards  should  be  maintained  in  perfect physical condition. Frayed, torn, or bent cards will cause delay  in  processing  and  may  delay  delivery  of  material. You should request a replacement for any card that is distorted. New cards received from a supply activity should  be  filed  promptly  in  the  requisition  decks,  and cards are removed immediately upon request of the supply  activity. ROUGH REQUISITIONS.–  A  rough  requisition will be prepared on a Food-Item Report/Master Food Code  List,  NAVSUP  Form  1059,  by  inserting  the following  information: . The Julian date in the upper right corner .  The  quantity  desired  under  Quantity  (even  case quantities  are  requisitioned  except  items  such  as condiments that the support activity authorizes for issue in broken case lots) This rough requisition is used to prepare smooth requisitions on the prepunched DD Form 1348m and serves  as  a  retained  record  of  requisitions  submitted. The  rough  requisition  is  filed  in  the  outstanding requisition file. It maybe used when material is received to identify and check receipts. SMOOTH REQUISITIONS.– To  prepare  smooth requisitions,  the  requisitioner  pulls  one  prepunched  DD Form 1348m from the requisition deck for each item required and inks in (do not punch) the following data on  each  card–the  quantity  desired  is  transcribed  from the rough requisition. Card Columns 25-29 Quantity desired (in even case lots). 36-39 Julian  date  (digit  calendar  year  and date). 46-50 Use of this block is optional. It maybe used  to  provide  delivery  information  to receiving and storage personnel. 62-64 RDD  (required  delivery  date). 65-66 Advice  code.  Optional. SPECIAL REQUISITIONS.– Requisitions that require  data  in  the  Remarks  blocks  are  manually prepared  on  DD  Form  1348.  These  may  include requisitions  for  nonstandard  items,  special  project material, composite packages (combat meals), material for  which  special  accounting  data  should  be  provided, and   emergency   requisitions   that   require   special handling. REQUISITION CONTROL RECORD.– Prepare the  requisition  control  record  (fig.  12-7)  on  a  machine card size and submit it as a cover letter with each lot of prepunched  requisitions.  The  requisition  control  record contains  the  following  information: To: The supply activity. From: The requisitioning ship or activity. Semiperishable  food  items:  as  a  title. Number  of  requisitions:  The  total  number  of requisitions  forwarded  with  this  cover  letter. l Date of requisitions (Julian): The date that the requisitions are delivered or forwarded to the supply activity. . Required delivery date (Julian): The required delivery date should be realistic and provide adequate time for routing processing and delivery. Ships may enter an earlier than normal required delivery date when necessary and explain beneath the date either “Based on scheduled  deployment”  or  “Based  on  availability  of  pier space.” l Signature: The requisition control record will be signed  by  the  FSO  of  the  requisitioning  activity  or  by his  designated  representative. Figure  12-7.–Requisition  control  record. 12-9

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