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Simplified Requisition and Purchase  Procedure
by  transfer.  A  transfer  of  stock  takes  place whenever  you  submit  a  requisition  to  an  ashore supply  activity,  another  naval  vessel  or  supply officer,   another   military   organization,   another government  agency,  or  another  department  or section  of  your  own  ship. From  Other  Supply  Officers In   procuring   ship’s   store   stock,   you   can requisition authorized items of ship’s store stock from  another  supply  officer.  The  stock  may  be available  to  your  ship  for  a  variety  of  reasons. Often,  a  ship  may  order  a  ship’s  store  item  for several   ships,   including   yours,   to   meet   the minimum order requirements of the vendor or to get the lowest price offered. For example, a ship may  order  200  cigarette  lighters  with  division insignia  with  the  intention  of  transferring  50  of the lighters to each of the other three ships in the division.  You  can  accomplish  a  transfer  of  stock to your ship’s store by preparing and submitting a DD 1348 following procedures described in the MILSTRIP  or  a  DD  1155  following  procedures described  in  NAVSUP  P-487. From Excess Stock Lists Afloat   commanders   or   supply   activities   in certain  areas  publish  lists  of  excess  ship’s  store stock  on  ships  within  their  command  or  area.  If an  item  you  desire  is  on  such  a  list,  you  should prepare a requisition against the list as your first procurement  action.  You  should  always  try  to acquire  ship’s  store  stock  from  the  excess  stock lists before you attempt any other method of pro- curement.  The  procurement  of  excess  stock  is accomplished   as   a   transfer   between   supply officers. From Resupply Sources When  your  ship  is  deployed  for  an  extended period, various other sources of procurement may be available to you. While you can use the SSAC anywhere in the world for procurement of ship’s store  stock,  you  should  remember  that  delivery from Contract  Bulletin  suppliers  will  be  limited to  the  coast  and  zone  specified  by  the  area  con- tract  bulletin.  Some  of  the  items  supplied  from the  contract  bulletins  are  deployed  load  items which are stocked in sufficient quantities to last the  duration  of  the  deployment  before  the  ship actually  departs  for  overseas.  However,  if  addi- tional  load  items  are  needed  while  the  ship  is deployed, the items are available from fleet issue ships. You should submit requisitions to resupply afloat  sources  by  following  fleet  or  force  com- mander   instructions.   Generally,   you   should submit  the  requisitions  in  message  format.  You can  find  details  on  availability  of  various  stock items  in  your  Consolidated   Afloat   Requisition- ing Guide Overseas (CARGO).  The  procurement action  takes  place  as  a  transfer. From  Other  Appropriations Certain  items  normally  carried  in  Other  Ap- propriations aboard ship are authorized for ship’s store stock. Occasionally, you may require these items  when  normal  ship’s  store  supply  sources  are unavailable.   Some   examples   are   CO2 g a s (operating  target  [OPTAR]),  padlocks  (OPTAR), and  canned  fruit  juices  (general  mess).  Such  items may  be  transferred  to  the  Navy  Stock  Fund  on a   DD   1149   (Requisition   and   Invoice/Shipping Document). Procurement of the stock takes place as a transfer between appropriations. For current details on the preparation and submission of the DD  1149,  you  should  consult  your  NAVSUP P-487. From Other Departments Aboard Ship Occasionally, you may wish to procure ship’s store  stock  from  the  enlisted  dining  facility.  For example,  you  can  obtain  food  items  you  require for the preparation of fountain products from the enlisted  dining  facility  (general  mess).  You  should use  a  Requisition  and  Invoice/Shipping  Document (DD 1149) for this transaction. Check your NAV- SUP  P-487  for  details  for  preparing  and  sub- mitting  this  document.  The  procurement  action takes  place  in  the  form  of  a  transfer  between departments. PURCHASES If  you  can  not  acquire  ship’s  store  merchan- dise by transfer, you must then consider procure- ment  by  purchase.  In  addition  to  the  resources discussed  earlier  in  this  chapter,  the  following sections  will  provide  you  with  some  resources, methods, and considerations you may wish to use in  the  procurement  of  ship’s by  purchase. Overseas Contract Bulletins As was mentioned earlier, tract   bulletins   prepared   by store  merchandise ships may use con- Navy   purchasing 4-17

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