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comprehensive  log  is  used.  Refer  also  to  your NAVSUP  P-487  for  additional  details. Just  as  with  all  of  the  other  broad  respon- sibilities  you  will  acquire  as  a  senior  Ship’s Serviceman,   you   will   find   that   your   duties associated with the procurement of merchandise, supplies,  equipment,  and  services  will  be  essen- tially  continuous.  Remember,  all  your  procure- ment   responsibilities   will   overlap—from   the maintenance  of  accurate  records  to  the  ordering of  stock  items,  supplies,  and  services.  You  must understand  the  magnitude  of  these  duties,  for  you will be handling not only the ship’s funds but also the well-being of your organization and of every crew   member   on   board   your   ship.   Your   best efforts   to   maintain   optimum   stock   levels   and accurate records, to obtain the goods and services required by your ship’s personnel, and to provide a  well-organized  ship’s  store  and  service  opera- tion  will  pay  off  in  terms  of  increased  customer satisfaction, greater financial accountability, and fewer   hassles   from   discrepancies   and   special audits.   You   will   also   experience   the   self- satisfaction  of  having  successfully  accomplished a  very  demanding  and  complicated  job. 4-26

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