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Figure 1-1.—Typical supply department on a ship with a Supply Corps officer.
Pricing   procedures Accounting  records,  returns,  and  bill payment Internal  operating  procedures   Internal controls, including cash handling, security,  and  receipt  and  inspection  procedures Procurement assistance including purchas- ing   procedures,   contract  administration  pro- cedures,  vendor  relations,  merchandise  quality assurance,  and  processing  of  the  special  DD  Form 1155  for  merchandise  ordered  under  simplified purchase  procedures Training   Periodic review of ship’s store operations The  aid  provided  by  the  fleet  assistance  teams is not limited to just the sales outlets. They also provide  help  in  the  service  activities  including  the following: Job  instruction  and  training  programs Work  scheduling  and  control Equipment  maintenance  (minor  repairs) Safety  and  sanitation FLEET  ACCOUNTING  AND DISBURSING CENTERS There are two fleet accounting and disbursing centers  (FAADCs)  to  service  the  fleet.  They  are the  Fleet  Accounting  and  Disbursing  Center Atlantic   (FAADCLANT)   located   in   Norfolk, Virginia,  and  the  Fleet  Accounting  and  Disbursing Center   Pacific   (FAADCPAC)   located   in   San Diego,   California.   The   FAADCs   perform   such functions as auditing ship’s store returns, paying dealer’s  bills,  reconciling  cash  reported  in  returns, maintaining  files,  and  reconciling  differences  with documents  covering  receipts  from  purchase  and receipts  from  other  supply  officers. FLEET   COMMANDER The  commander  in  chief  of  the  fleet  is responsible  for  issuing  logistics  policies,  plans,  and orders for support of the fleet and shore activities under the commander’s control. The fleet supply officer  assists  the  fleet  commander  in  carrying  out these  responsibilities.  The  fleet  supply  officer  is a  professional  advisor  to  the  commander  con- cerning  supply  and  transportation  matters. TYPE   COMMANDER Ships  of  the  fleet  are  grouped  by  ship  types and are assigned to type commanders (TYCOMs) for   administrative   purposes.   TYCOMs   are responsible  for  implementing  the  logistics  policies, plans,  and  orders  of  the  fleet  commander  for  their particular   group   of   ships.   The   Supply   Corps officers on the staff with the TYCOM provide aid and advice concerning supply matters. They also conduct  inspections  of  supply  functions,  if required,  and  supervise  replenishment  of  supplies from  mobile  supply  units  under  the  operational control   of   the   TYCOM. SUPPLY  DEPARTMENT  AFLOAT The   supply   department   afloat   has   many responsibilities that can be broken down into two functions,   material   support   and   service.   The material  support  functions  relate  to  operational and maintenance requirements, while the service functions  relate  to  the  operation  of  the  service activities. The overall mission of the supply department afloat  is  to  support  the  material  and  service  needs of  the  ship.  To  do  this,  supply  must  procure, receive,   inspect,   stow,   issue,   and   account   for general  stores,  repair  parts,  equipage,  equipment, ship’s  store  stock,  clothing,  and  subsistence  items. The department will also have to operate a ship’s store,   snack   bar,   laundry,   barbershop,   dry- cleaning plant, and disbursing office as required. SUPPLY  DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION The  supply  department  is  organized  into divisions  to  make  the  performance  of  duties  easier 1-3

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