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MILSTRIP  Requisitioning  Forms
preparation   of   DD   Forms   1348   (MVO)   or NAVSUP  Form  1250-1  (MVO).  The  duplicates of the SSLs, with related NAVSUP Forms 1250-1 attached,  will  be  held  in  suspense  by  the  stock records storekeeper pending onboard receipt and issue of material. The NAVSUP Form 1250-1, for repair  parts  or  equipage,  should  be  completely filled  out  per  the  NAVSUP  P-485. An SSL, with NAVSUP Form 1250-1 (MVO) attached,   should   be   prepared   by   shipboard departments   to   request   procurement   of consumables  from  a  SERVMART  list.  The  SSL will  include  all  entries  from  the  SERVMART catalog.  After  completion,  the  SSL,  prepared  in triplicate, and an MVO 1250-1 will be presented to   the   stock   records   storekeeper.   After   the storekeeper has verified the required entries and made  any  appropriate  changes,  the  storekeeper should  enter  the  appropriate  fund  code  (_C  for consumables,  _2  for  hull  and  structural  [facilities] maintenance   preservation, and _7 for medical/dental   material).   The   stock   records storekeeper  then  should  forward  the  original  of the  SSL  to  the  OPTAR  storekeeper  for  comple- tion  of  the  requisition  data  on  the  MVO  form. He or she should then hold the duplicates of the SSLs  and  all  copies  of  the  NAVSUP  Form  1250-1. He or she then gives the original of the SSL and MVO  to  the  requester. DD  Form  1348  and  NAVSUP  Form  1250-1 for  DTO  material  will  be  prepared  and  distributed in the same manner as that previously discussed. PICKUP  OF  MATERIAL.—The  storekeeper or other person designated to pick up material at a  SERVMART  is  responsible  for  the  following actions: . If the total quantity requested is obtained, circle  the  quantity  indicated  in  the  SSL;  if  only a  partial  quantity  is  available,  line  out  the requested  quantity  and  enter  and  circle  the quantity obtained; if the item is not available in any quantity, line out the requested quantity and enter  NIS  in  the  QTY  column. .  Correct  the  SSLs,  when  necessary,  to reflect  current  prices,  stock  numbers,  and  units of  issue  of  items  obtained. .  Group  and  check  out  the  items  obtained by material category (a separate group of items for   each   DD   Form   1348   or   NAVSUP   Form 1250-1);  and  as  each  group  of  items  is  checked out,   give   the   original   DD   Forms   1348   or NAVSUP Forms 1250-1 to the SERVMART clerk and  obtain  a  separate  adding  machine  tape  for each  MVO  presented  to  the  clerk. .  Before  leaving  the  SERVMART,  reconcile any differences between the prices listed on each tape  and  those  indicated  in  applicable  SSLs. lNSPECTION/RECONCILIATION.— Upon completion of shopping action, all material will  be  returned  to  the  ship.  You  or  your representative, using the SSL as an invoice, will examine  the  material  for  correct  count.  Receipt quantities should be verified by placing a check mark next to the quantity and the original SSLs will  be  marked  Receipt  Inspected  and  Verified, dated,   and   signed.   The   requester,   for   DTO material, will sign all NAVSUP Forms 1250-1 for the  material  that  he  or  she  has  received  in  the Received  By  block. The original SSLs and the adding machine or EPOS tapes will be compared with the suspense copies that have previously been retained by the stock   records   storekeeper.   If   there   are   any differences  in  money  value  of  the  suspense documents,  you  should  reconcile  them. Responsibilities  for Procurement  Afloat The  supply  officer  is  responsible  for  the procurement  of  all  equipment  and  supplies  needed by  the  ship,  with  the  exception  of  ammunition, Marine   Corps   stores,   navigational   maps   and charts,  war  reserve  stockpile  nuclear  weapons  and major   assemblies,   medical  stores,  and  those materials that are automatically furnished without action  by  the  ship.  (On  ships  operating  under Navy  Stock  Account  special  accounting  classes 207 and 224, the supply officer is responsible for the procurement of load list medical stores.) The supply officer is responsible to the commanding officer  for  the  maintenance  of  stocks  of  general stores,  subsistence  items,  and  ship’s  store  stock and  clothing  items,    if  authorized,  at  levels sufficient to meet probable demands. The supply officer  is  responsible  jointly  with  the  cognizant head  of  a  department  for  the  maintenance  of  a full  allowance  of  equipage  items. As  the  leading  storekeeper,  your  responsibility is to implement whatever system of procurement the  supply  officer  directs.  Working  with  the supply  officer,  you  should  determine  procurement requirements, using as the basic guide the ship’s allowance list and usage experience as reflected in  the  stock  records. 5-9

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