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
. Be sure an adding machine tape for each
caption is attached to the transmittal and verify
sion of the report is obtained from holding
Figure 4-2.Frequency of submission of the OPTAR Document Transmittal Report, NAVCOMPT Form 2156.