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Figure  5-9.óDAAS  CASREP  requisition  message.
MILSTRIP Messages to be Submitted Vice Defense Automatic Addressing  System In  certain  situations,  material  requirements dictate the need for procurement by the Defense Automatic   Addressing   System   (DAAS).   DAAS is a real  time  random  access  digital  computer system that uses the Automatic Digital Network (AUTODIN)   switching   centers   of   the   Defense Communications  System  to  receive  and  auto- matically  retransmit  MILSTRIP  messages.  You can send follow-ups, cancellations, modifiers, and requisitions via DAAS. Each document included on the message is limited to 66 card columns of data,   All   transmittals   are   accomplished   by AUTODIN  which  automatically  provides  you with a punched card (or magnetic tape image) for each  document  included  in  your  message. Processing  the  MILSTRIPs  by  DAAS  is  fast and efficient. You will find that you can receive status and material about 2 or 3 weeks sooner than by  mailing  your  requisitions. REQUISITIONS QUALIFIED FOR DAAS.— When material is authorized to be requisitioned by  message,  and  when  no  exception  data  is required, message requisitions for NSN or NICN items can be prepared and submitted by DAAS. Message  requisitions  for  non-NSN  items  that require remarks or exception data can be prepared and  submitted,  but  not  by  DAAS. PREPARE MESSAGE REQUISITION FOR TRANSMITTAL.— When a message requisition is  prepared  for  transmittal  via  DAAS  the MILSTRIP data will be entered in columns 1-66 on  the  MILSTRIP  Message  Transmittal  Work- sheet,   NAVSUP   Form   1353-1.   If   your   ship communications  procedures  permit  the  use  of handwritten  message  forms,  you  can  prepare  a local  form  with  wider  columns  instead  of  using the NAVSUP Form 1353-1. The locally prepared form  must  follow  the  same  format  as  the NAVSUP form. You will notice that the message format does not include paragraph numbers and no  slants  between  data  elements,  nor  does  it include the letters BLNK for data elements that are not applicable to the requisition. When data elements  are  not  applicable,  the  data  columns  will be  left  blank.  Except  for  the  66-character restriction,  this  message  form  is  limited  only  to the number of requisitions that can be listed on one page. These requisitions that are listed on a page  can  all  have  different  routing  identifier codes.  See  figure  5-8. Figure 5-8.—DAAS MILSTRIP requisitions. 5-13

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