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for  a  period  of  time  without  aumgmentation.  It  is set half-way between the safety level and stockage objective.  That  is,  the  safety  level  plus  one-half of the operating level. BACKORDER—A  requisition  that  cannot  be  filled by the supply activity from current stock that is being  held  until  additional  stock  is  received. BACKORDER   RECONCILIATION   REQUEST— A request from a supply some to a requisitioner to compare requisitions held on backorder by the supply source with those carried as outstanding by the  requitioner. BACKORDER    RECONCILIATION    RESPONS— Reply  to  a  reconciliation  request  advising  the supplier  to  hold  the  backorder  until  it  can  be supplied or to cancel it. BILL OF LADING—A document that acknowledges receipt  of  material  by  a  commercial  carrier.  It serves  as  a  contract  between  the  shipping  activity (U.S. Government) and the carrier for carriage of the  material. BREAKOUT—The   act   of   taking   stock   from   bulk storerooms  for  issue,  transfer,  or  sale. CANCELLATION—A   total   or   partial   discontinu- ance   of   supply   action   requested   by   the requisitioner  and  confirmed  by  the  supplier. CARGO—Items   of   supplies,   materials,   stores, baggage, or equipment (gear) that are transported as freight. This is in contrast to those items that are transported as part of passenger movements. CARRIED   ITEMS—Stocked   items   on   which   the supply   department   maintains   stock   records showing  current  on-hand  stock  balances. CARRIER—This   term   includes   railroads,   small parcel  carriers,  freight  forwarders,  motor  carriers, barge and steamship carriers, air carriers, pipeline companies,  and  the  Navy’s  all  cargo  contract airlift system (QUICKTRANS). CHARGEABLE   ACTIVITY—The   activity   for which   an   expenditure   represents   a   cost   of operation. C O G N I Z A N C E    ( C O G )    S Y M B O L — A    t w o - character   symbol   that   designates   the   stores account in which a type of material is carried and the  responsible  inventory  control  point. COMBINED   ACCOUNTABILITY—Refers   to   the operating  procedures  to  be  followed  when  the ship’s  store  retail  outlet  and  bulk  storerooms  are operated  by  the  same  person. COMMON  CARRIER—Under  U.S.  law,  this  is  a person  or  a  comany  engaged  in  the  business  of transporting   passengers   or   property   for compensation. CONSIGNEE—The activity or person designated to receive  the  shipment  of  material. CONSIGNOR—The activity or person shipping the material.  The  consignor  enters  into  the  bill  of lading contract with the carrier. CONSUMABLES—Items not specifically designated  as  equipage  or  repair  parts.  Examples are   administrative   and   housekeeping   items, common   tools,   paints,   cognizance   symbol   11 forms.   When   material   is   to   be   used   for accomplishing   maintenance   actions,   it   is considered   consumable   for   procurement transactions. CONSUMPTION  DOCUMENT—A  form  used  to record  and/or  report  shipboard  issue  of  material. Consumption occurs at the time material is issued regardless of when it is used. The NAVSUP Form 1250-1  is  the  consumption  document  used  by most nonautomated ships. The DD Form 1348 is the   consumption   document   used   by   most automated   ships. CONTRACT  CARRIER—Under  U.S.  law,  a  person or  company  other  than  a  common  carrier  who, under   special   and   individual   contracts   or agreements, transports passengers or property for compensation. CONTROLLED   EQUIPAGE—Selected   items   of equipage   that   require   increased   management control due to high cost, vulnerability to pilferage, or essentiality to the ship’s mission. Controlled equipage   (e.g.,   life   preservers,   gas   masks, binoculars, and firearms) generally is carried on board  in  allowance  quantities  only.  It  requires special   inventory   control.   Items   classified   as controlled  equipage  are  listed  in  the  NAVSUP P-485. COSAL—Coordinated   Shipboard   Allowance   List. Contains nomenclature and nameplate data on equipment,  identification  data  for  repair  parts,  and designates  the  allowance  of  repair  parts  to  be stocked  in  supply  storerooms. AI-2

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