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Figure 10-37.—Aged Unfilled Order Listing.
Figure 10-35.-Information/documents required with the use of SFOEDL annotation codes. Aged Unfilled Order Listing (AUOL) October  through  March  the  OPTAR  recordskeeper Role  of  the  Defense  Accounting  Office:  One  of  the situations  that  can  develop  from  the  DAO’s  matching process is the failure to find the expenditure document counterpart to an unfilled order. (Unfilled orders are 1348 green copies and other Holding File 1 documents that  have  been  transmitted  by  the  ships  to  the  DAO.) Such untilled orders are held in the DAOs files, pending their  cancellation  by  the  ship  or  their  subsequent matching  to  an  expenditure  document.  After  120  days on  file,  these  unfilled  orders  are  itemized  on  the  AUOL. This  listing  is  sent  by  the  DAO  to  each  ship  on  a quarterly basis. Introduction  to  the  AUOL:  Over  the  entire  year  the OPTAR   recordskeeper   maintains   the   Requisition/ OPTAR  Log  (NAVCOMPT  Form  2155)  to  use  in posting  material  receipts  and  processing  supply  system cancellations on the “current” fiscal year’s OPTAR, the last fiscal year’s OPTAR, and the fiscal year before last’s   OPTAR.   However,   from   April   through September  the  OPTAR  recordskeeper  will  actively maintain only one OPTAR Log and will receive OPTAR holder listings; e.g., SFOEDL, AUOL, on only that one OPTAR  the  “current”  fiscal  year’s  OPTAR.  From actively  maintains  two  Requisition/OPTAR  Logs  and receives   OPTAR   holder   listings   on   two   separate OPTARs,  one  being  the  “current”  fiscal  year’s  OPTAR and  the  other  the  last  fiscal  year’s  OPTAR.  The  chart illustrated in figure 10-36 shows how many and which AUOLs  the  OPTAR  recodskeeper  will  receive  for  each of the quarters. As shown in figure 10-37, the OPTAR to which an AUOL pertains is indicated by the fiscal year entry. The Expense Limitation and Operating Budget numbers identify the OPTAR grantor. Interpretation of these numbers can be found in the Financial Management of Resources  (Operating  Forces)  Handbook.  The  OPTAR holder  number  is  simply  the  ship’s  service  designator code and unit identification code. In the illustration below, the OPTAR holder is USS  Duarte,  a Pacific Fleet destroyer. For a description of the AUOL column by column,  refer  to  NAVSO  P-3073. Processing   an   itemized   AUOL:   The   OPTAR recordskeeper’s first step is to determine the completion status of the requisitions related to the unfilled orders on  the  AUOL.  In  making  this  determination,  the recordskeeper should first compute the date of 60th day 10-33

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