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1721804, the 17 refers to the Department of Navy, the 2 refers to the fiscal year 1992, and the 1804 refers  to  the  type  of  appropriation—O&MN  in this case. Subhead Symbol The  four-character  subhead  symbol  for  the O&MN   appropriation   identifies   the   major claimant  and  major  program  of  the  FYDP.  The first two characters are the last two characters of the major claimant’s UIC. The third character is the   major   program   of   the   FYDP   or   budget activity.  The  fourth  character  is  a  zero  at  the major   claimant   (fleet)   level.   For   example,   in subhead symbol (17xxxxx.)6020, the 60 refers to the  major  claimant’s  last  two  characters  of  the UIC  (COMNAVLANTFLT),  the  2  refers  to  the number of FYDP (General-Purpose Forces), and the 0 refers to fleet level. Expense  Limitation An   expense   limitation   will   cite   the   same subhead  from  which  issued  except  that  the  fourth character of the four-character symbol will be a significant   alphabetic   or   numeric   character assigned  by  the  major  claimant  to  identify  the expense  limitation  holder.  Expense  limitations are  issued  on  a  Resource  Authorization,  NAV- COMPT  Form  2168-1.  In  the  subhead  symbol 602E, the first three characters mean the same as explained  in  the  Subhead  Symbol  section  just covered;  however,  the  E  in  the  fourth  character identifies   the   expense   limitation   holder,   or Commander, Naval Air Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet in this case. Operating  Budget Operating  budgets  are  issued  from  expense limitations to responsibility centers on a resource authorization  and  are  designated  by  the  UIC of   the   responsibility   center.   Fleet   and   type commanders  issue  operating  budgets  to  them- selves  for  centrally  managed  programs  and  for their  subordinate  cost  centers  (units).  When  more than   one   operating   budget   is   issued   to   a responsibility  center  from  the  same  expense limitation, the operating budgets are distinguished by  appending  a  one-character  alphabetic  or numeric  suffix  (for  example,  57014R)  to  the operating  budget  number.  To  simplify  the identification  of  the  specific  operating  budget chargeable on each requisition or other financial document,  two-character  fund  codes  are  estab- lished  by  the  Office  of  the  Comptroller  of  the Navy. Fund codes used by the Operating Forces are contained in appendix II of NAVSO P-3013-2. Operating Target Operating   budget   holders   will   establish OPTARs as required to separately identify costs and   to   permit   command   and   management   to follow  the  same  channels.  OPTARs  will  not  be issued  for  other  operating  targets,  but  will  be issued  direct  from  an  operating  budget  by  the operating  budget  holder  down  through  one  or more levels in the command structure. OPTARs are   not   designated   with   a   distinguishing identification  number.  The  combination  of  the applicable  fiscal  year  service  designator  (R  for Pacific Fleet units and V for Atlantic Fleet units), UIC  of  the  OPTAR  holder,  and  the  fund  code applicable  to  the  operating  budget  provides  the complete accounting classification. (See fig. 3-2.) Reimbursable Orders A reimbursable order is a request for work or services to be performed on a reimbursable basis Figure  3-2.—Format  of  accounting  data. 3-3

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