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Figure 4-10.—Summary of material receipts/expenditures for A summary.
Figure 4-9.—Decision chart showing when a Budget/OPTAR Report is required to be submitted. SUMMARIES The preparation of summaries is the method used  to  effect  necessary  adjustments  between appropriations,  subheads,  operating  budgets,  and cost  centers.  There  are  two  types  of  summaries in use by operating units and they are A and B summaries. All summaries are prepared on the Summary of Material Receipts/Expenditures, NAVCOMPT Form 176. It must be received at the FAADC on or  before  the  5th  of  the  month,  following  the month that the issues or transfers were made. A  Summary The  A  summary  is between  appropriations, used   to   adjust   funds subheads,  or  operating budgets.  The  submission  of  an  A  summary  results in the FAADC making a credit adjustment to the operating budget of the TYCOM of the unit mak- ing the issue and charging the TYCOM operating budgets  of  the  ships  receiving  the  material.  While there are many transaction types that would result in the preparation of an A summary, the ones you will  most  likely  encounter  are  the  issue  of  charge- able-type ship’s material to a ship, unit, another fleet,  TYCOM,  or  to  embarked  aviation  units. Figure 4-10 illustrates an A summary prepared by USS America (CV-66), UIC V03366, charging the OPTAR of USS  Marion  Francis  (LPA-249), UIC V01771, for issues made to them during the preceding  month.  While  the  credit  entry  indicates that USS America  made the material issue, it will be the TYCOM’s operating budget that actually receives the credit. 4-12

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