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Purpose of the SEAS System Data Inputs The SEAS system is designed for the general purpose of providing a supply interface with the 3-M  Systems  and  to  do  the  following: .   Provide   a   means   for   measuring   and evaluating   supply   readiness   at   various management  and  command  levels l  Provide  current  and  factual  information concerning   shipboard   material   consumption, inventories,  and  deficiencies  for  substantiating fleet budget requirements l  Provide  complete  visibility  of  all  afloat supply and financial management information to permit  comparisons  of  identically  defined  and recorded  data  elements  among  all  classes  of  ships in  all  types  of  commands  of  both  fleets l  Reduce  and  facilitate  afloat  efforts  to achieve and maintain a satisfactory state of supply readiness Unless  otherwise  directed  by  the  cognizant TYCOM,  the  SEAS  system  procedural  instruc- tions   provided   in   the   NAVSUP   P-485   are mandatory  for  all  nonautomated  end-use  ships. Ship’s  Role The  input  documents  submitted  by  ships  to cognizant  TYCOMs  provide  the  principal  source of  information  for  the  SEAS  system.  Since  the benefits to be derived from the SEAS system will be directly proportional to the extent and validity of   information   provided,   it   is   an   important responsibility  of  senior  Storekeepers  to  make  sure input document transmittals are timely and the data  submitted  is  accurate,  complete,  and  legible. Based on the input data provided, each ship periodically will receive from the TYCOM certain The  SEAS  system  requires  each  nonautomated end-use  ship  to  provide  input  to  the  cognizant TYCOM   regarding   material   consumption   by using   the   green   copies   from   NAVSUP   Forms 1250-1 and 1250-2. Another source of data input to the SEAS system is the Naval Supply Center, Oakland,  master  DIAL  record  that  is  described in  the  NAVSUP  P-485. Supply officers should make sure all data is submitted correctly into the SEAS program. You must   submit   all   green   copies   to   the   3-M coordinator before sending them to the TYCOM on  the  15th  and  the  last  day  of  the  month. The types of transactions that you must send are  all  consumption  and  repair  parts,  including DTO  and  issues  from  stock  of  NSA,  APA,  DLA, AND  DLR  material.  Specifically,  all  main- tenance-related   consumption   documents   citing _B,  _R,  or  Y6  fund  codes  must  be  provided. The   green   copies   of   consumption   of maintenance-related consumables pertain to any consumable  listed  in  section  A,  part  III,  of  the COSAL that is considered by definition a repair part. This material meeting the following criteria may  be  considered  maintenance-related consumables  and  fund  code  _  R  should  be  cited on  the  consumption  document: .  Material  consumed  in  the  performance  of a  maintenance  action  on  a  ship’s  equipment  or a  discrete  ship’s  system,  exclusive  of  cleanup  or setup.  Such  material  includes  welding  rods, acetylene,  oxygen,  bar  stock,  and  solder. .  Material  that  remains  an  integral  part  of the equipment or system when it is placed back in  operation. Non-SEAS  Transactions tabulated   reports   of   summarized   supply   and financial information that will assist the supply Materials that are used up by the operation officer  and  commanding  officer  to  identify of the equipment or system are not maintenance- problem areas and to evaluate the effectiveness related  consumables.  Some  of  thsee  materials  and of  the  ship’s  inventory  control  and  financial items  can  include  fuel,  lube  oil,  chemicals,  light management  procedures.  Careful  evaluation  of bulbs,   material   required   for   stock,   initial these   reports   enables   the   supply   officer   to outfitting  requisitions,  and  dry  cell  batteries. determine  the  causes  of  material  excesses  and deficiencies;   to   evaluate   the   adequacy   of   the Source Documents COSAL;  and  to  initiate  timely  remedial  actions to  achieve  and  maintain  a  satisfactory  state  of The  NAVSUP  Forms  1250-1  and  1250-2  are supply readiness. the  basic  source  documents  for  the  SEAS  program 4-7

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