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The  operations  branch  also  administers  the ship’s  stores  participation  in  (and  responsibility for) the Navy Stock Fund in the following ways: Issues   policies   and   procedures   (notices, instructions,   NAVSUP   Publication   487,   etc.) Provides  input  to  the  financial  manage- ment  group  (FMG)  for  budgetary  functions Monitors  financial  operating  results  and provides   comments You, as a senior Ship’s Serviceman, may find the  fleet  assistance  branch  (SSD2)  to  be  one  of the   most   valuable   resources   available   to   you within the ship’s store division. For example, you may find yourself in charge of a retail operation that is not as efficient as you feel it could be. You realize that the operation needs some type of im- provement,  but  you  do  not  know  where  to  start or  what  to  do.  The  fleet  assistance  branch  will analyze  your  operation  and  will  provide  the following   services: Fleet   assistance   including   technical guidance  and  training  in  all  phases  of  retail, operating,  and  accounting  procedures  and  services for  ship’s  stores Fleet   assistance   including   technical guidance and training in service activities such as laundry/dry   cleaning   and   vending   services   in ship’s  stores Recommendations   for   changes   to   ship’s stores  policies  and  operating  procedures The  fleet  habitability  assistance  branch  (SSD3) provides  guidelines  on  habitability  standards  in the  design  and  improvement  of  ship’s  store  spaces. The  functions  of  this  branch  are  as  follows: To  determine,  under  OPNAVINST  9640.1 requirements, the required space and equipment needed  for  ship’s  stores  retail  and  service  activities in  regard  to  habitability  standards  for  new  ship designs To  assist  NAVRESSO  in  making  recom- mendations to the OPNAV shipboard habitability manager   on   ship’s   stores   retail   and   service activities To   assist   ships   in   determining   maximum improvement of shipboard habitability in regard to  ship’s  stores  retail  and  service  activities,  within the constraints imposed by physical configuration and  other  competing  requirements  of  the  ship’s resources HOW  NAVRESSO  ASSISTS  SHIP’S STORES  AFLOAT There  is  a  ship’s  store  on  practically  every surface  ship.  As  mentioned  before,  NAVRESSO has  a  fleet  assistance  program  to  provide  technical assistance and guidance to ensure the efficient and economical   achievement   of   all   ship’s   stores operations. Fleet  assistance  teams  are  made  up  of  fleet assistance representatives. These representatives are master and senior chief petty officers who are positioned  in  major  port  areas  to  provide  technical and  management  assistance  to  ship’s  stores. Technical   assistance   may   be   provided   by telephone,  by  desk  visits  to  fleet  assistance  offices, or by advisory visits to individual ships. Visits to ships  are  made  on  an  informal  basis,  and  no formal  report  is  made  upon  completion  of  the visit. Assistance  is  provided  upon  request  for  any of  the  following  areas: Modernization   planning,   merchandising promotion  assistance  including  layout,  display, and  signing Merchandise   planning,   including   stock control  review,  model  stock  plans,  and  disposi- tion  of  excess  stocks Pricing   procedures,   accounting   records, returns,  and  bill  payments Internal   operating   procedures   including internal controls consisting of cash-handling pro- cedures,  security  of  spaces,  and  receipt  and  in- spection   procedures Procurement  assistance,  including  pur- chasing   procedures, contract   administration procedures,  vendor  relations,  and  merchandise quality assurance, and the processing of forms for merchandise  ordered  according  to  the  simplified requisition  and  purchase  procedure Training  in  ship’s  stores  afloat  operations in retail and service areas 2-9

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