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Purpose of the SEAS System
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Figure  4-6.—Sample  SEAS  effectiveness/consumption  report.
data input. The data on these forms that is col- lected by the automated data processing (ADP) sys- tem must be filled in by shipboard personnel before transmitting  the  SEAS  report  to  the  TYCOM. To  make  sure  the  green  copies  of  all  these forms  have  been  properly  processed  since  the previous  transmittal  to  the  cognizant  TYCOM, you  should  do  the  following: .  At  least  24  hours  before  the  required submittal date you should, with the supply officer, review all green copies. This is to make sure the SEAS  data  entries  are  complete,  accurate,  and legible. Since the source code identifies the basis or means of material availability at the time an item is requested, and because it is significant to the  TYCOM  in  evaluating  the  ship’s  supply readiness,   you   should   make   sure   the   proper source  codes  have  been  assigned  to  each  docu- ment  per  the  NAVSUP  P-485.  Upon  completion of   your   and   the   supply   officer’s   reviews, documents  not  required  by  the  TYCOM  should be  discarded.  For  example,  the  green  copies  of nonequipment-related   consumables   should   be discarded. In figure 4-5, SEAS data elements are distinguished by vertical lines, maintenance data system  (MDS)  data  elements  are  distinguished  by horizontal  lines,  and  data  elements  common  to both  the  MDS  and  the  SEAS  system  are  dis- tinguished  by  crossed  diagonal  lines. . Immediately upon completion of the above action,  all  maintenance-related  documents  will  be batched  and  counted.  After  the  count  has  been recorded,  these  documents  will  be  forwarded  to the 3-M coordinator for review. This is to make sure all required MDS data entries are complete, accurate,  and  legible.  The  3-M  coordinator  will complete his or her review and return all docu- ments  to  you  within  24  hours. Upon receiving all the completed green copies of  NAVSUP  Forms  1250-1  and  1250-2  from  the 3-M coordinator, you should submit them to the TYCOM  by  mail.  This  should  be  done  within  1 workday after the 15th and last day of the month. It is important that the consumption data for the last   period   of   the   month   be   received   by   the TYCOM  in  sufficient  time  to  be  included  in  the TYCOM’s next monthly SEAS report. See figure 4-6 for an example of this report. The completed documents  will  be  segregated  by  fund  category. These documents are accompanied by a letter of transmittal prepared in the format expressed in figure  4-7.  Finally,  the  report  is  mailed  to  the TYCOM. BUDGET/OPTAR   REPORT The  Budget/OPTAR  Report  (BOR),  NAV- COMPT Form 2157, serves a dual purpose. Sec- tions  A  and  B  report  OPTAR  data  to  both  the Figure  4-5.—Consumption  document. 4-8

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