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Figure  8-6.—Example  of  basic  endurance  table
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ORDER AND SHIPPING TIME The O&ST was used as a factor in determining the HULL quantities listed for each demand quantity in the average  endurance  table.  (See  figs.  8-2  and  8-6.) Therefore, the proper O&ST must be determined before selecting  and  entering  applicable  HULL  quantities  in SIM   stock   records.   The   authorized   O&STs   are prescribed  as  follows: .  0  days,  for  deployed  and  nondeployed  ships when  items  can  be  readily  obtained  from  a  SERVMART or a tending ship throughout the quarter .  30  days,  for  nondeployed  ships  in  the  United States  excluding  Alaska  and  Hawaii;  and  for  deployed ships when items can be obtained from stock points in Alaska, Hawaii, and outside the United States or from combat  logistics  force  (CLF)  ships  throughout  the quarter . 75 days, for deployed ships in areas other than the Western Pacific when items can be obtained only from the United States excluding Alaska and Hawaii . 90 days, for deployed ships in the Western Pacific when items can be obtained only from the United States excluding Alaska and Hawaii Modification of the stated O&STs may be authorized by the  cognizant  fleet  commander  in  chief  when  considered necessary to maintain prescribed average endurance levels. REPLENISHMENT QUANTITY When an issue (or other expenditure) of a SIM item has been posted to the stock record, a determination will be made as to whether or not replenishment is required. If the on-hand balance plus the on-order quantity is greater than the low limit, no replenishment is required. If the on-hand balance plus the on-order quantity is equal to or less than the low limit, replenishment is required, and the quantity to be requisitioned will be determined  under  the  following  formula: Requisition  quantity  = high limit - (on-hand + on order) ECONOMIC  ORDER  QUANTITY Unless  otherwise  directed  by  the  TYCOM,  the replenishment quantity of low-cost, small-cube SIM items  (pencils,  paper  clips,  certain  capacitors,  and resistors) may be increased by an additional 90 days of supply if the total money value of the additional quantity will  not  exceed  $40  per  line  item.  In  the  stock  records for such items, a check mark or an X will be entered in the economic order item (EOI) data block. Economic orders  benefit  the  ship  inasmuch  as  less  frequent requisitioning,  less  material  handling,  and  fewer  stock record entries are required. Economic orders apply to both  chargeable  and  nonchargeable  material. POPULATION-RELATED   CONSUMABLES If  a  ship’s  normal  onboard  personnel  count  is increased incident to a prospective deployment, the stock levels of SIM consumables with usage directly related to the number of personnel on board (toilet paper, napkins, paper towels, and mess gear) will be adjusted upward  to  reflect  anticipated  usage  during  the deployment.  For  example,  if  the  normal  onboard personnel count in port is 200 members, but the ship expects to have 240 members on board while deployed, the existing high limits, low limits, and safety levels of population-related consumables will be increased by 20 percent. NON-SIM ITEM COMPUTATION OF DEMAND Each time that an issue of a non-SIM item is posted, the  stock  record  must  be  reviewed  to  determine  if  the most  recent  issue  transaction  was  the  second  demand within a 6-month period, thereby qualifying the item for SIM  designation.  (Inventory  losses,  whether  for  missing material or on-hand material unfit for issue, should not be  considered  as  demands  in  determining  demand frequency.) If the item qualifies for SIM designation, the  total  demand  quantity  for  the  past  6-month  demand period is determined by using the chart in figure 8-6; the appropriate HL/LL/SL quantities should be entered on the stock record; the cognizance symbol, NSN, unit of issue, and unit price are verified or updated with the ML-N; and the item is replenished as a SIM item under SIM replenishment procedures. If the item does not qualify for SIM designation, it should be replenished as explained  next. Non-SIM  items  should  be  replenished  on  a one-for-one  replacement  basis  (not  to  exceed  the authorized  allowance  quantity),  except  when  funds available  to  the  TYCOM  are  inadequate  to  permit replenishment to the full range and depth of allowance as per the NAVSUP P-485. When a TYCOM’s funding restrictions  prevent  replenishment  of  an  issued  repair part  to  the  depth  of  the  COSAL/ISL  quantity,  the notation DIAL and the deficient quantity (for example, 8-15

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