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7-23. Increases  in  inventory  limitations  are subject  to  which  of  the  following factors? 1. Limitations  of  the  staff 2. Maintenance  of  accountability 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4. Needs  of  the  the  patrons 7-24. Accurate  stock  control  can  be  beneficial in which of the following ways? 1. Obtaining   merchandise 2. Maintaining a satisfactory in-stock position 3. Controlling   inventories 4. All of the above 7-25. Currently,  what  total  number  of  stock control syetems are in use in Navy commissaries? 1. Six 2. Two 3. Three 4. Four 7-26. What system, if any, performs calculating and printing functions for commissaries in  small  regions  in  overseas  locations? 1. ACS 2. MONROBOTX1   system 3. L2000  system 4. Manual system 7-27. What is the purpose of the ACS? 1. To provide date-proceeding support for  procurement,  stock  control, merchendising, accounting, and management  information  functions 2. To  perform  calculating  and  printing for  commissary  store  control  in overseas  regions 3. Both 1 and 2 above 7-28. Installation  of  the  ACS  will  allow  the commissary  to  execute  which  of  the following  actions? 1. Eliminate  excess  safety  stocks 2. Improve  services 3. Reduce  inventory  levels 4. All of the above 7-29. A  customer  approached  you  asking,  “When will  the  commissary  start  carrying  a particular  item?” What should you do? 1. Refer to the stock item review list to see if the item is listed 2. Check with the CSO 3. Check the T-53s’ for the next day 4. Reply, “I don’ t know” 7-30. 7-31. 7-32. 7-33. 7-34. 7-35. 7-36. 7-37. Commissary  store  patrons  can  make suggesions  to  the  management  by  filling out what form? 1. NAVSUP  975 2. T-53s 3. NAVSUP  1157 4. NAVSUP  1234 Which of the follwing items of stock are considered  special  stock  items? 1. HABA  items 2. Pest  control  agents 3. Medical  items 4. Both 2 and 3 above Restricted  pesticides  are  those pesticides  NOT  procured  for  resale  in your  commissary. 1. True 2. False Which  of  the  following  medical  items  are Commissaries  PROHIBITED  from  celling? 1. Required   prescriptions 2. Over  the  counter  drugs 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4. High-strength   aspirins What  NAVRESSOINST  provides  the  commissary with  an  authorized  stock  list? 1. NAVRESSOINST   4065.39 2. NAVRESSOINST  4065.23 3. NAVRESSOINST  4067.15 4. NAVRESSOINST   4065.35 Items  NOT  listed  in  the  Commissary Operating Procedure Manual must be procured  with  the  approval  of  whom? 1. Commending   officer 2. CSO 3. Army  vet 4. NAVRESSO A  letter  of  authority  for  unauthorized items  of  stock  ordered  should  be  attached to  the  requisition  or  purchase  order. 1. True 2. False Which  of  the  following  actions  is prohibited  concerning  bonus  coupons? 1. Donating  them  to  charitable organizations 2. Disposing  of  them 3. Using  them  for  personal  benefit  of military  or  civilian  employees 46

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