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pelorus,    laundry    equipment),    accomplished during   a   regular   overhaul,   are   chargeable   to overhaul  funds.  If  replacement  of  such  items  is required   between   overhauls,   an   OPTAR augmentation  normally  will  have  to  be  requested from  the  type  commander. EQUIPMENT   VALIDATION—The   procedure   of making sure that equipment descriptions shown on the allowance lists agree with the nameplate data on the installed equipment. This procedure usually begins at least 6 months before the ship arrives at a shipyard for the supply availability. EXCEPTION   STATUS—Any   supply   action   taken on a requisition other than issue of material in the quantity   requested. EXPENDITURE—Any act that results in a decrease in  Navy  assets  (material  or  funds). EXPIRED   APPROPRIATION—An   appropriation that is no longer available for obligation but is still available for disbursements to liquidate existing obligations. FEDERAL   CATALOG   SYSTEM—The   cataloging system under which all items under centralized inventory control of the DOD and civil agencies of  the  U.S.  Government  are  named,  described, classified,  and  numbered. FISCAL   YEAR—A   12-month   period   selected   for accounting purposes. The government fiscal year begins 1 October and ends 30 September of the following  calendar  year. FOLLOWUP—An  inquiry  to  the  last  known  holder of a requisition made by the requisitioner as to the action taken on that requisition. FOLLOWUP   REPLY—The   current   status   of   a requisition.  Furnished  by  the  supply  activity  in response to a followup. FORCE/ACTIVITY   DESIGNATOR—A   Roman numeral  designator  that  relates  to  the  military mission of the force or activity. FREQUENCY   OF   DEMAND—The   number   of times that an item has been issued. FSC—Federal  Supply  Classification.  The  first  four digits of the NSN that indicates the group and class of  an  item.  Use  of  the  FSC  permits  placing  all material  in  categories  by  use  and  characteristics. FSCM—Federal  Supply  Code  for  Manufacturers.  A five-digit  code  assigned  to  manufacturers  and suppliers  for  proposes  of  identification  in  various supply   publications. FUND—A  segregated  sum  of  money  or  other resource  to  be  expended  or  used  for  specified purposes. FUND  CODE—A  two-character  code  used  to  cite  the appropriate  accounting  data  on  requisitions. GROSS  WEIGHT—The  combined  weight  of  a container   and   its   contents   including   packing material. HAZARDS—-Conditions  of  risk  known  or  anticipated to  be  encountered  during  shipping,  storage,  or handling  of  naval  material.  Hazards  must  be known so that an appropriate level of protection to  prevent  loss  or  damage  can  be  instituted. Hazards  are  further  classified  as  mechanical, climatic,  and  dangerous. HIGH  LIMIT—The  maximum  quantity  of  material to be maintained on hand and on order or to sustain current-operations. It includes the sum of stocks represented  by  the  operating  level,  the  safety  level and   order   and   shipping   time   (equivalent   to “requisitioning  objective”). HULL   AND   STRUCTURAL   (FACILITIES) M A I N T E N A N C E P R E S E R V A T I O N MATERIAL—All  Navy  Stock  Account  types  of maintenance material used in hull and structural (facilities)   maintenance   and   preservation exclusive of cleaning supplies. ICP—Inventory   Control   Point.   The   inventory manager that has cognizance or control of material for  specifications,  procurement,  and  stocking. May be a Navy or other Defense activity. INTER—Between   or   among.   Used   in   supply operations to refer to relationships or transactions between  two  or  more  organizations  (intership, interservice,  interstate,  etc.). INTERMEDIATE   MAINTENANCE   ACTIVITY (IMA)    TECHNICAL    STORES—   supply department  stocks  of  repetitively  demanded  repair parts  and  equipment-related  consumables  (on board tenders and repair ships). They are stored in  other  departmental  spaces  for  ready  availability in  accomplishing  IMA  functions.  To  qualify  for inclusion  in  “IMA  technical  stores,”  an  item  must be   used   by   only   one   shop   (or   one   group   of contiguous shops), and must meet the frequency of demand criteria set by the type commander. AI-4

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