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CHAPTER  9 RETAIL OPERATION MANAGEMENT (ROM) SYSTEM At the time this chapter was written, the Retail Operation  Management  (ROM)  system  had  not yet  been  totally  implemented  and  tested  in  the Navy  resale  system  and  ship’s  stores  afloat.  By the time this rate training manual is published, the only phase that will most likely be completed by  most  fleet  ships  is  the  assignment  of  a  six-digit class  number,  followed  by  a  four-digit  sequence number  to  all  items  of  ship’s  store  stock.  These numbers are assigned to both contract and SSAC items  (an  example  is  circled  below). At  present,  the  system  is  being  worked  on  and tested.  As  soon  as  it  is  completely  implemented and  satisfactorily  functioning,  study  guides  and operating   manuals   will   be   available.   It   is important  for  you,  as  a  future  manager  and  super- visor  in  the  Navy  resale  system,  to  realize  that much  of  the  information  you  have  already  read in  this  rate  training  manual  will  be  changed  to some  degree.  You  can  at  least  expect  the  resale procedures  will  be  different.  As  a  result  of  the eventual   implementation   of   the   ROM   system, clerical  tasks  will  be  performed  faster  and  with greater accuracy. This benefit will allow you more time   to   manage   your   on-the-spot   operations. Also,  the  system  will  help  you  to  increase  the efficiency  of  your  operations  by  providing  you with the means to see what is going on within your operation  at  any  given  time. OBJECTIVES AND PURPOSES The   ROM   system   is   structured   to   provide tangible  benefits  to  people,  such  as  the  ship’s  store officer,  supply  officer,  assist  teams,  and  senior Ship’s Servicemen. All of these people will be end users of the system. Some of the most visible and important  benefits  to  the  senior  Ship’s  Serviceman will be in the areas of inventory control, logistics, and   financial   management.   As   with   any   new system,  tests  and  evaluations  before  and  after implementation   aboard   fleet   ships   will   be necessary  for  a  period  of  time  until  the  “bugs” are worked out. With the ROM system, the func- tional managers under the Naval Supply Systems Command  (NAVSUPSYSCOM)  will  be  respon- sible  for  testing  and  certifying  the  implementa- tion  of  the  functional  systems  under  NAVSUP’s control.   This   testing   and   certification   process serves two purposes: (1) to verify that the system has   been   fully   implemented   and   (2)   to   make certain that the services being provided to resale managers and supervisors in the fleet are useful, acceptable,  and  beneficial. The  ROM  system  is  not  intended  to  replace any   current   resale   equipment   or   systems. However,   certain   equipment   items,   such   as typewriters, may be reduced as the ROM system begins   to   take   hold.   The   following   retail documents are examples of some of the documen- tation  ROM  will  be  handling: 1.  Journal  of  Receipts,  NAVSUP  977 2.  Journal  of  Expenditures,  NAVSUP  978 3.  Financial  Control  Record,  NAVSUP  235 4.   Stock   Record,   NAVSUP   464 5.  Vending  Machine  Control,  NAVSUP  236 6. Ship’s Store Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss   Statement,   NAVCOMPT   153 9-1

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