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
ROUGH REQUISITIONS. A rough requisition
will be prepared on a Food-Item Report/Master Food
Code List, NAVSUP Form 1059, by inserting the
. 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 cardthe quantity desired is transcribed from
the rough requisition.
Quantity desired (in even case lots).
Julian date (digit calendar year and
Use of this block is optional. It maybe
used to provide delivery information to
receiving and storage personnel.
RDD (required delivery date).
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
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
. 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
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.