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MDCS—The  Maintenance  Data  Collection  System provides a method of accumulating data on labor and material used in equipment maintenance. MEDIA  AND  STATUS—A  one-digit  code  assigned to  MILSTRIP  requisitions  that  indicates  the  type of status required and the activity to receive it. MILSTAMP—Military   Standard   Transportat.ion   and Movement   Procedures.   Provides   standard procedures,  forms,  and  language  to  be  used  by  all military  services  and  other  agencies  using  the DOD   transportation   system. This   is accomplished  by  the  use  of  uniform  coded  and noncoded   data,   formats,   and   procedures. MILSTAMP is promulgated by DOD Regulation 4500.32R. MILSTRIP—Military  Standard  Requisitioning  and Issue  Procedures  that  provide  common  forms  and language  for  requisitions,  issues,  and  transfers within  the  Department  of  Defense. MILSTRIP   SUPPLY   DEMANDS—The   MILSTRIP document  number  used  to  construct  the  TCN. When the shipment unit is composed of more than one supply line item, the document number of the line  item  containing  the  earliest  required  delivery date  (RDD)  or  the  earliest  document  date  is selected  as  the  basis  for  the  TCN. ML-N—Management  List-Navy.  The  “price  list”  for all  material  used  by  the  Navy  except  medical supplies,  subsistence,  and  ammunition.  It  also contains  other  elements  of  inventory  management information. M O D U L A R    C O N T A I N E R S — A    s e r i e s    o f specific-size  containers  so  designed  that  they  can be  arranged  together  like  blocks  in  several patterns  and  form  uniform  palletized  unit  loads. MPP—Navy   and   Marine   Corps   Military   Pay Procedures. NC—Not  Carried.  Material  for  which  them  is  no storeroom allowance. NET WEIGHT—The total weight of an item. It does not   include   the   weight   of   the   container   or packaging  material. NIIN—National   Item   Identification   Number.   A nine-digit number assigned to a specific item of material  for  purposes  of  identification. NIS—Not  In  Stock.  Material  that  is  normally  stocked in  the  storeroom  but  the  supply  of  which  is temporarily  exhausted. NONALLOWANCE   ITEMS—Items   that   do   not appear  in  authorized  allowance  documents  or,  that appear without an allowed quantity. NONAUTOMATED SHIPS—Ships that do not have EDC   equipment   for   processing   supply   and accounting  documents  and  records.  Ships  having only  keypunch  facilities  are  considered  to  be nonautomated. NON-MILSTRIP   SUPPLY   DEMANDS—In   the absence  of  a  MILSTRIP  requisition,  a  TCN  is constructed   using   the   originator’s   unit identification code (UIC), the date, Alpha Code, and serial number(s). NON-SIM   ITEM—An   item   that   does   not   have sufficient demand frequency to qualify as a SIM item. NOT   CARRIED   (NC)   ITEMS—Synonymous   with the term  nonstocked  material.  Items  that  are  not stocked   (i.e.,   items   for   which   the   supply department   does   not   maintain   stock   records showing  current  on-hand  stock  balances). NOT IN STOCK (NIS) ITEMS—Carried items that are on board when a demand occurs. NSA—Navy  Stock  Account.  Inventory  of  stores purchased from the Navy Stock Fund that have not yet  been  expended  to  end-use. NSF—Navy  Stock  Fund.  A  revolving  fund  which finances the purchase or manufacture of 11 stores supplies, and services that are to be taken up in the NSA. NSN—National  Stock  Number. FSC  and  nine-digit  NIIN. NTI—Navy Travel Regulations. Composed  of  the OPERATING   LEVEL—The   quantity   of   material (exclusive   of   safety   level)   needed   to   sustain operations   during   the   time   between   two successive   requisitions.   Normally,   it   is   the quantity  between  the  requisitioning  objective (high  limit)  and  the  reorder  point  (low  limit). OPERATING   SPACE   ITEMS—Items   required   in shipboard  operating  spaces  (e.g.,  shipfitter  shop, electrical shop, laundry, etc.). These items are not recorded in stock records and are not under control of  the  supply  office.  Management  of  operating space  items  is  vested  in  the  department  heads  who control   the   operating   spaces   where   they   are located.  The  COSAL  has  a  consolidated  list  of operating   space   items   for   the   guidance   of AI-6

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