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Other Cards to Load in the Working Tickler The working tickler is designed to contain cards for all  recruiting  activity.  It  becomes  the  day’s  work  plan. Not  only  do  the  additional  cards  serve  as  reminders, they are also easily located within the system. FOLLOW-UP CARDS.— One  of  the  best  ways  to determine if your RINCs are running effective working ticklers  is  to  check  for  cards  loaded  in  out-days  and months for follow-up. You should find cards programmed for   contact   that   have   previously   been   identified   as awaiting scholarships, trying new jobs, needing retests, having temporary medical problems, and so on. ITINERARY   DATA   CARDS.—   Itinerary   data cards  should  be  filed  in  the  working  tickler  behind  the day  they  are  next  scheduled  to  be  run.  The  only  time they  are  not  in  the  working  tickler  is  when  they  are accompanying   a   recruiter   on   the   itinerary   or   being evaluated. QNE CARDS.— Prospect cards for individuals who have qualified but not enlisted (QNE’d) are maintained in   the   working   tickler   for   6   months   to   ensure   the required monthly contacts are made. DEP CARDS.— Prospect cards for personnel in the DEP are maintained in the working tickler. They should be filed behind the day they are planned to be contacted. All DEP cards should not be filed together. There should be  a  plan  of  phone  and  face-to-face  contact  that  will determine DEP card placement in the working tickler. RECURRING REPORTS.— A 5 by 8 card should be  filed  for  each  recurring  report  that  is  required  from the  station.  There  is  no  required  format  for  the  report tickler  cards  used  in  the  working  tickler;  however,  the Navy  does  have  a  Recurring  Reports  Record,  NAVSO 521  3/7,  shown  in  figure  5-11.  You  can  use  this  card, adapt it to your needs, or use any 5 by 8 index card to create  your  own.  Recurring  reports  that  you  should maintain tickler cards for include the following: Vehicle reports Annual equipment inventory Transportation  request/bulk  ticket/meal  ticket logs Out-of-pocket expense claims Figure 5-11.—Recurring Reports Record, NAVSO 5213/7. 5-26

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