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centers (DSCs), procure and distribute materials as  follows: Defense   Personnel   Support   Center, Philadelphia,    Pennsylvania—Controls    sub- sistence,  medical  supplies,  and  clothing. Defense  Fuel  Supply  Center,  Washington, D.C.—Controls  bulk  petroleum  and  petroleum- based  chemicals. Defense   Electronics   Supply   Center, Dayton,  Ohio—Controls  electronic  and  electrical equipment  and  repair  parts. Defense   Industrial   Supply   Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania—Controls industrial- type  items,  such  as  bearings,  block  and  tackle devices,  rigging  and  slings,  and  rope  cable  and fittings. Defense  Construction  Supply  Center, Columbus,   Ohio—Controls   structural   material and  automotive  and  construction  equipment, components,  and  repair  parts. Defense  General  Supply  Center,  Rich- mond,   Virginia —Controls   furniture,   food preparation  equipment,  recreation  and  athletic equipment,  packaged  petroleum  products,  office supplies,  and  cleaning  supplies. The   basic   function   of   each   of   the   defense supply   centers   is   inventory   management.   The major   areas   of   responsibility   of   the   DSCs   in carrying  out  that  function  are  described  below. Supply Management The  defense  supply  centers  are  responsible  for the performance of supply management functions (depending  on  the  specific  assignment),  such  as cataloging, standardization, determination of net requirements,   procurement,   inspection   and quality  control,  storage,  distribution,  redistribu- tion,   disposal, transportation    arrangements, maintenance  and  manufacturing  guidance,  and mobilization   planning. Replenishment  Requirements It   is   the   responsibility   of   each   military service  to  determine  the  kinds  of  supplies  and equipment needed and the quantity required per operating   unit.   The   defense   supply   centers compute  the  replenishment  requirements  on  all the  items  under  DLA  management.  These  com- putations take into account the experience of the center on each item and the program information furnished  by  each  service. Ownership and Distribution The   defense   supply   centers   control   the wholesale  distribution  of  stock  among  the  four military   services.   Generally,   a   defense   supply center  makes  use  of  local  military  facilities  that are  best  suited  for  the  center  to  meet  the  re- quirements of all the military services located in the  area  the  center  serves.  These  facilities  are operated  with  administrative  support  furnished by the service that owns the facility. When a center is the principal user of the facility, however, and has management jurisdiction, the center provides the administrative support to the other tenants. The defense supply centers conduct their opera- tions  basically  within  the  United  States  (excluding Alaska   and   Hawaii).   The   centers   arrange, however,  for  the  shipment  of  their  stock  items from  continental  stock  points  to  overseas  points as  designated  by  military  departments. All stocks, both operating and reserve, under the control of a defense supply center, are owned by the center and are financed by a separate fund, the Defense Stock Fund. When necessary, stocks are  rotated  to  maintain  their  quality  through arrangements agreed upon between the DLA and the  military  department  concerned.  As  long  as  the stock   items   remain   under   direct   control   and ownership  of  a  defense  supply  center,  the  stock is  considered  to  be  “wholesale”  stock.  Once  the wholesale  stock  is  distributed,  however,  the military service that receives the stock assumes ownership  and  the  stock  becomes  “retail”  stock. DLA  DISTRIBUTION  SYSTEM While  DLA  material  is  under  the  inventory management of the DSCs, the actual storage and distribution are accomplished by the distribution depots (DDs) and the specialized support depots (SSDs). Distribution Depots A distribution depot is simply a storage point for  DLA  material.  Issue  of  material  from  these depots  is  centrally  controlled  by  the  cognizant DSC  and  is  based  on  requisitions  received  and processed centrally by the DSC. Consequently, a 2-2

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