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manager.  For  example,  ship’s  store  stock  is  1Q cog material that is under the inventory manage- ment  of  the  Navy  Resale  and  Services  Support Office. You can find the current list of cognizance symbols  and  their  associated  responsible  inven- tory managers in the  NAVSUP  Manual,  volume II,  and  NAVSUP  P-485. Within the Navy supply system, the ICPs ad- minister  the  material  assigned  to  them  by  the systems command having prime responsibility for the material. Thus, an ICP is under the joint con- trol   of   NAVSUP   and   the   responsible   systems command.  The  ICPs  do  not  maintain  stocks  of material;  the  ICPs  simply  ensure  that  a  proper balance  exists  between  the  supply  of  and  the demand  for  the  individual  items  of  material required by the Navy. This mission requires each ICP  to  do  the  following: Ensures  that  activities  of  the  Navy  will receive promptly the appropriate quantities of all requested materials Ensures,  by  control  of  procurement,  that long  supply  or  short  supply  of  material  will  be curtailed   by   maintaining   a   scheduled   flow   of material   into   the   Navy   supply   system   in   the proper  quantities Directs redistribution or disposal of excess stock at supply activities for any material under its  cognizance Maintains  close  liaison  with  the  systems commands   for   the   purpose   of   incorporating changes,   new   requirements,   obsolescence,   and other  planning  information  into  the  inventory control  of  its  material Determines or assists in determining items to  be  stocked Participates   in   procurement   actions   for technical  equipment  and  material,  recommends procurement of repair parts and components, and schedules  the  delivery  of  these  parts  and  com- ponents as designated by the sponsoring systems command  or  office Participates   in   material   standardization programs Carries  out  intensive  technical  research programs  so  that  all  stock  items  under  its  con- trol  are  identified,  stock  numbered,  cataloged, and  evaluated  for  possible  interchangeability Establishes  standard  unit  prices Develops   methods   and   procedures   for recording  and  reporting  the  stock  status  of  the material  under  its  inventory  control Consolidates  and  reviews  the  periodic stock  status  reports  rendered  by  its  reporting activities The material that is managed by the ICPs is held in a distribution system composed of supply activities called stock points. To make the material available in the right quantity at the right place, the  ICPs  must  maintain  close  control  over  the distribution  system.  To  do  this,  the  distribution system  of  the  ICPs  is  tied  together  by  a  highly sophisticated  communications  network  through which the ICPs report daily on the status of the stock in their locations. This information enables each ICP to position material as required and to compute  future  procurement  requirements  for  the material. In  summary,  the  stock  management  respon- sibilities  of  the  ICPs  within  the  Navy  supply system are to position material at the various stock points; to retain inventory control of this material through  extensive  reporting  systems;  to  provide technical  assistance  to  the  system  (and  to  the customers);  and  to  provide  a  cataloging  service to  the  system  (and  to  the  customers). NAVY  RETAIL  OFFICES The  inventory  managers  for  Navy-owned  retail stocks of items under DLA control are the Navy retail  offices  (NROs).  The  NROs  manage  Navy- owned material by financial means only. Material is bought from the DSCs with Navy Stock Fund money  and  is  subsequently  positioned  at  Navy stock points. The two Navy retail offices are the Fuel   Supply   Office   (FSO),   Washington, D.C.—Responsible  for  the  retail  management  of solid  fuels,  petroleum,  and  related  products, asphalts,  and  coal  tars;  and Fleet   Material   Support   Office   (FMSO), Mechanicsburg,   Pennsylvania—Responsible   for the  retail  management  of  Navy  retail  stocks  of DLA/GSA   items. NAVY  DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEM There are two types of activities that makeup the  Navy’s  distribution  system:  (1)  activities  in 2-5

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