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NAVAL  SUPPLY  SYSTEMS COMMAND The Naval Supply Systems Command (NAV- SUPSYSCOM)  provides  management  policies  and technical guidance for naval material to activities of  the  Navy  and  Marine  Corps.  This  includes provisioning, cataloging, inventory management, distributing,  material  handling,  traffic  manage- ment,   transporting,   packaging,   preservation, receipt,  stowage,  issue,  and  disposal  functions. NAVSUP  administers  the  Navy  Stock  Fund (NSF)  and  the  Navy  Resale  Program.  NAVSUP also   exercises   management   control   of   field purchasing   offices,   inventory   control   points, supply centers, and other offices concerned with supply  support. NAVY  RESALE  PROGRAM The  Navy  Resale  Program  has  the  responsi- bility  for  providing  an  adequate  selection  and inventory  of  health  and  comfort  items  for  Navy personnel. The Navy Resale Program takes care of  these  needs  through  the  operation  of  individual stores,  service  activities,  and  other  offices.  The purpose  of  the  Navy  Resale  Program  is  as  follows: To   provide   a   convenient   and   reliable source from which personnel may obtain, at the lowest  practical  cost,  necessary  articles  for  the health, comfort, or convenience of personnel and services  needed  in  day-to-day  living To   provide   through   accrued source  of  funds  for  the  recreation personnel To   promote   good   morale NAVY  RESALE  AND  SERVICES SUPPORT  OFFICE profits  a of  naval The Navy Resale and Services Support Office (NAVRESSO)  is  responsible  for  administering  the Navy  Resale  Program. NAVRESSO  is  located  in  Fort  Wadsworth, Staten  Island,  New  York,  and  is  under  the command and the authority of the Commander, Naval  Supply  Systems  Command. NAVRESSO provides technical guidance and administrative assistance to ship’s stores afloat. It  conducts  research,  develops  new  ideas,  and advises  sea  and  shore  activities  on  possible improvements  that  have  been  developed.  It  issues the lists of items authorized for sale in the resale program,  enters  into  agreements  with  commercial suppliers   as   to   the   quality   and   price   of merchandise, and issues or causes to be issued the Ship’s  Store  Contract  Bulletins,  Ship’s  Store Afloat  Catalog,  NAVRESSO  Price  Agreement Bulletins, and other publications concerned with the  displaying  and  selling  of  merchandise. FLEET  ASSISTANCE  TEAMS NAVRESSO   manages   the   fleet   assistance teams.  These  teams,  located  in  the  major  port areas,  are  made  up  of  master  chiefs,  senior  chiefs, or  chief  petty  officers.  NAVRESSO  established these  teams  to  provide  technical  assistance  and guidance in all areas of the ship’s store operation to  shipboard  personnel. Ships  can  get  assistance  by  calling  the  fleet assistance  team,  by  submitting  a  letter  to  the proper fleet assistance team, with a copy to the Fleet Assistance Team Branch (NAVRESSO), or by naval message in urgent cases. Depending on the  size  of  the  ship,  visits  normally  last  from  2 to   5   days   with   no   formal   report   made   upon completion. Ships preparing to deploy should schedule a visit  120  days  in  advance  of  the  scheduled departure  date.  During  the  actual  predeployment visit, the  fleet  assistance  team  provides information on the  Consolidated  Afloat  Requisi- tioning Guide Overseas (CARGO) (NAVSUP Pub 4998), Q-cognizance items, foreign merchandise, vendor  control,  and  endurance  loading.  This information is beneficial to the ship preparing for deployment. The  fleet  assistance  teams  may  also  be  helpful before  overhaul.  Ships  scheduled  to  go  to  over- haul should schedule an assistance team visit 18 months  before  the  overhaul  date.  This  time  is required  to  permit  timely  submission  of  work requests for repair or replacement of equipment. In  addition,  the  fleet  assistance  team  provides the  following  services  in  the  operation  of  the  sales outlets:     Modernization planning Merchandise   promotion   assistance, including  layout,  display,  and  signing Merchandise  planning,  including  stock control  review,  model  stock  plans,  and  disposition of  excess  stock 1-2

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