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Figure 4-1.—Requisition/OPTAR Log—Continued.
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Figure 4-3.—Balancing and verification of the Total Net Value caption of the OPTAR document transmittal report.
As the OPTAR document transmittal report and the   Budget/OPTAR   Report   (BOR),   NAV- COMPT   Form   2157,   are   discussed   later,   the Requisition/OPTAR Log, figure 4-1, will be used to verify the amounts being reported and the steps you  should  take  in  auditing  the  reports. DOCUMENT  TRANSMITTAL  REPORT The  OPTAR  document  transmittal  report  is submitted  to  FAADCLANT  or  FAADCPAC  on the  15th  and  last  day  of  each  month  except  for NSF class 207 ships that submit the report on the last  day  of  each  month  only.  Figure  4-2  gives  a frequency   chart   on   the   submission   of   the NAVCOMPT  Form  2156. The   information   required   for   the   submis- file   1   (obligations)   and   holding   file   2 (cancellations).   It   is   not   necessary   to   submit an  OPTAR  document  transmittal  report  for  a period  when  no  transactions  have  occurred, but  the  number  of  the  next  transmittal  sub- mitted  will  be  one  higher  than  the  last  number submitted   and   will   cover   the   entire   period since the last submission. While  auditing,  do  the  following: .  Make  sure  the  same  calendar  day  is  not shown  on  two  consecutive  reports. . Count the number of documents to be sure the   transmittal   accurately   reflects   the   actual number  sent. .  Be  sure  an  adding  machine  tape  for  each caption is attached to the transmittal and verify sion  of  the  report  is  obtained  from  holding the tape. Figure 4-2.—Frequency of submission of the OPTAR Document Transmittal Report, NAVCOMPT Form 2156. 4-4

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