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APPROPRIATION SYMBOLS The  Navy  uses  symbols  to  identify  charges  and credits  made  against  each  appropriation.  Since  you  use these symbols often, it is important that you understand how  they  are  constructed.  The  elements  that  make  up appropriation  symbol  are  shown  in  figure  9-1  and explained in the text that follows. All   appropriations   assigned   to   the   Navy   are identified by “17” which is shown as the first two digits of  the  appropriation  symbol. The  third  digit  identifies  the  fiscal  year  limitation of  the  appropriation.    In the example, “5” designates Fiscal Year 1995. Continuing appropriations, which have no fiscal year limitation, are identified by an “X.” A  multiple-year  appropriation  is  indicated  by  the  first and last fiscal year that it is available for obligation; i.e. “5/6” indicates Fiscal Years 1995 and 1996. The  purpose  of  the  appropriation  is  shown  by  the next four digits. The numerals “1804” shown above identify   the   appropriation   for   Operation   and Maintenance,  Navy. It  is  used  for  operation  and maintenance  expenses  for  both  afloat  units  and  shore activities. In the afloat area it includes repair parts, consumables,  equipage,  alterations,  overhaul  of  ships, fleet training, and fuel. Ashore, expenses generally are for the cost of supporting fleet activities. SUBHEAD SYMBOL An appropriation or fund subhead is a subdivision of  an  appropriation  or  fund.  Subheads  identify  the budget activity (major program) and are designed by a four-digit numeric or numeric-alpha number. They are suffixed to an appropriation or fund symbol. The four-digit   subhead   symbol   for   the   operation   and maintenance   appropriation   identifies   the   major claimant and major program of the Five Year Defense Program  (FYDP).  The  first  two  digits  are  the  last  two Figure 9-1.-Example of a navy appropriation symbol. digits  of  the  major  claimant’s  unit  identification  code. The third digit is the major program of the FYDP or budget activity. The fourth digit is a zero at the major claimant (fleet) level. Figure 9-2 is an example of a subhead. Fleet  commanders  subdivide  the  fund  authorization to  subordinate  commands  in  the  form  of  expense limitations.  The  expense  limitation  holder  is  identified by an alphabetic or numeric character in the fourth position of the subhead. Figure 9-3 is an example of how   a   fleet   commander   subdivided   a   fund authorization. FUNDS Funds fill a very important need in financing the day-to-&y  operations  of  the  Navy.  Two  types  of  funds, revolving and trust, are used extensively. You must understand how and why they are used. Funds are sums of money or other resources established for a specific purpose. They  are  usually  without  fiscal  year limitations. REVOLVING  FUNDS A revolving fund is a fired established to finance a cycle of operations. Reimbursements and collections are  returned  to  the  fund  for  reuse  to  maintain  the Figure 9-2-Example of a subhead to an appropriation. Figure 9-3.-Example of a fund authorization subdivided to a subordinate command 9-3

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