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Official Correspondence - 14241_13
be   delegated.   Therefore,   you   should   do   the following: . Briefly review the changes and inform the supply  officer  of  any  significant  changes  in procedures.  (The  change  cover  sheet  normally identifies  significant  procedural  changes.) l  Ensure  prompt  distribution  of  changes  to appropriate  publication  holders. .  Take  necessary  steps  to  procure  changes when  automatic  distribution  or  sufficient  copies are not received. .  Be  sure  the  subordinate  who  is  making changes   to   a   publication   is   aware   of   the importance   of   making   them   promptly   and correctly.  Because  of  your  rate  and  experience, you have the added responsibility for instructing and  supervising  subordinates  in  the  use  and maintenance   of   publications.   This   may   be accomplished  by  a  combination  of  methods. l Include various publications in the formal training  program. .  Provide  opportunities  for  practical  use  of the  publications  rather  than  supplying  all  the answers yourself. .  Give  individual  on-the-job  instruction  to subordinates   in   using   and   maintaining publications. DEPARTMENT  OF  THE  NAVY PUBLICATIONS Standard  Organization  and  Regulations  of  the U.S. Navy (SORM), OPNAVINST 3120.32, gives regulations and guidance governing the conduct of  all  members  of  the  U.S.  Navy. Regulations The material in OPNAVINST3120.32 that is printed  in  italicized  type  is  regulatory.  These regulations  apply  to  each  member  of  the  U.S. Navy  individually  and  will  not  be  further implemented. Guidance The material in this instruction that is printed in  plain  type  is  for  guidance  of  commanders, commanding officers, and officers in charge. This material  may  be  further  implemented  by  sub- ordinate commanders as considered necessary or appropriate, The NAVSUP  Manual,  volume  I,  contains  a list  of  publications  pertaining  to  supply  operations and  provides  instructions  for  procuring  them. These  publications  are  generally  procedural  in nature and, with few exceptions, are automatically distributed to ships and stations requiring them. TYPE  COMMANDER  PUBLICATIONS Some  procedures,  such  as  OPTAR  account- ing,  are  issued  Navywide  in  the  form  of  broad guidelines  that  authorize  the  type  commanders (TYCOMs)  to  establish  specific  procedures  for  the ships  and  activities  under  their  command.  This is  necessary  because  the  types  and  missions  of ships   and   activities   differ   greatly   among   the various  TYCOMs.  These  publications  must conform  to  basic  guidelines  established  by  the Department  of  the  Navy. LOCAL  PUBLICATIONS Every  ship  or  station  has  its  own  organization manual, and every shipboard department has its own manual, which is normally a segment of the ship’s  organizational  and  regulations  manual. Ship’s Organization and Regulations Manual The   ship’s   organization   and   regulations manual   is   issued   by   the   commanding   officer according to OPNAVINST 3120.32 to outline the duties and responsibilities of heads of departments and division officers and the various emergency bills  applicable  to  the  ship.  It  also  provides  the framework   within   which   the   functions   and responsibilities  of  the  departments  must  be organized so that all hands are working together in  support  of  the  ship’s  mission. Supply  Department  Organization Manual The supply department organization manual is  produced  by  the  supply  officer  and  approved by   the   commanding   officer   according   to OPNAVINST  3120.32. A  supply  department  organization  manual may vary in length from a few pages to a thick volume.  It  provides  a  comprehensive  outline  of 1-2

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