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Figure  6-11.—Single  Line  Item  Consumption/Requistion  Document  (Manual),  NAVSUP  Form  1250-1,  receipt  for  stock. SK is properly instructed as to where material is to be stored, how to secure and where to obtain signatures  for  classified  material,  how  to  check invoices,  and  how  to  receipt  for  material. Deliveries   in   large   quantities   are   usually stacked in a staging area (deck or pier) and are held  there  until  preliminary  identification  and package counts are completed. The stores are then sorted for distribution according to departments or storerooms. When practical, a central location is designated for the more detailed processing of incoming stores. This location is usually as near to the storerooms as possible, is accessible to the hatches, and yet is out of the way of foot traffic. As  materials  are  brought  aboard,  they  are checked  against  both  the  file  copies  of  the incoming  documents  and  the  invoices  that  usually accompany the shipment. If all the material that is  expected  arrives,  the  files  are  cleared.  If  the entire shipment does not arrive, the items received are  circled.  The  advance  papers  are  then  returned to the incoming shipment file to await the rest of the   material.   Receipts   covering   the   material actually received are forwarded to the storeroom with the material for stock items and to the supply office  for  DTO  material  where  they  are  posted to  applicable  requisition  and  financial  control records. All   incoming   stores   are   examined   and compared  with  the  bills  of  lading,  airway  bills, transportation  control  and  movement  document (TCMD),   invoices, or   other   accompanying papers,  and  the  identification  marks  carefully verified. If any package shows evidence of having been tampered with, it maybe weighed and such weight  compared  with  that  stenciled  on  the package.  Or,  it  may  be  opened  and  the  content verified by count. A distinction is made, however, between  stores  received  from  other  supply  officers and  stores  received  from  other  sources. Articles  received  from  other  supply  officers in bales, packages, or casks need not be opened to  verify  their  contents;  they  are  accepted  as invoiced after a package count is made. Articles received from sources other than supply officers are  opened  and  the  contents  verified  before  a receipt is signed. Naval Activities Receipts  of  stores  from  naval  activities  require a  quantity  inspection  only.  A  quality  inspection is made by an ashore supply activity upon receipt of  the  material  from  the  original  supplier  and should  not  be  duplicated  upon  receipt  at  your ship. The SK who receives the material at the ship should  make  an  inspection  of  the  material  to detect  any  deterioration  or  breakage  that  could have occurred since the quality inspection. When you receive material from naval activities in bales, packages,  or  cases,  they  need  not  be  opened  to learn  their  contents.  The  receiving  SK  should receive  the  material  according  to  the  external markings and the package count. If any package shows  evidence  of  tampering,  you  must  open  it and verify the contents by count. The procedures discussed earlier should be followed if there is a difference  between  quantity  received  and  quantity indicated  on  the  shipping  document. 6-13

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