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Many  of  the  errors  that  occur  on  procurement documents  and  the  hassles  that  result  from these   errors   can   be   avoided.   However,   when- ever  errors  do  appear,  you,  as  a  senior  Ship’s Serviceman   and   as   an   auditor,   must   be   able to  spot  them,  to  correct  them,  or  to  bring  them to the attention of someone else who will resolve any   confusion. As an auditor, you should establish a system for  checking  the  format  of  the  information  con- tained   in   a   procurement   document   with   that indicated in the procurement catalog or bulletin or in your official publications. You can find the detailed   steps   for   preparing   procurement documents in the  Ship’s Serviceman 3 & 2,  module 2,  and  in  your  current  NAVSUP  P-487. Figure 4-5.—Auditing a procurement document. 4-20

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