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department  heads.  These  items  generally  are equipage-type  items  or  specific  equipment-related consumables   maintained   under   individual department head custody. The nuclear weapons segment of the COSAL also includes general-use consumables for which backup material may be stocked  by  the  supply  department  when  supply department  stowage  space  is  adequate. OPTAR—Operating  Target.  Obligational  authority, which is granted by type commanders to ships and commands  under  his  control,  to  cite  his  allotment in procuring materials and services. Instructions and   limitations   are   provided   by   each   type commander. ORDER AND SHIPPING TIME—The elapsed time between the submission of a requisition and the receipt  of  the  material  requisitioned  (equivalent  to procurement  lead  time). OUTSTANDING    REQUISITION—A    requisition for  which  not  all  requested  material  has  been received. PACK—A  container,  bale,  bundle,  pallet,  or  other similar medium that is of sufficient strength, to be stored  or  shipped  safely  without  additional protection,   usually   the   exterior   shipping container. PACKAGING—The   application   of   wrappings, cushioning,  and  interior  containers  to  an  item, depending  on  the  type  of  load  and  level  of protection  required.  This  does  not  include  the exterior shipping container. Packaging is used to prevent  loss  or  damage  from  physical  hazards. Afloat,  items  should  be  packaged  individually, limiting the weight to 20 pounds when possible. PACKING—The placement of unit and intermediate containers into an exterior shipping container or onto a pallet. Included is the necessary interior blocking,   bracing,   and   cushioning   to   prevent physical   damage   or   loss   to   the   item   and   its packaging. PALLET—A  low  wooden  or  steel  wire  platform  on which unit loads can be loaded and moved by fork trucks,  cargo  nets,  or  other  materials-handling equipment. PALLETIZING—The  placement  of  banding,  when necessary,  on  units  or  shipping  containers  of material on pallets. PARTIAL  SHIPMENT  CODE—A  code  applied  by shipping   activities   that   indicates   the transportation  action  which  resulted  in  the  release of a shipment unit in more than one increment. That is, the shipment unit exceeds the capacity of a single conveyance or for some other reason must be  shipped  in  two  or  more  conveyances  by  the same or mixed modes. PEACETIME    OPERATING    STOCK    (POS) ITEM—Synonymous   with   the   term   demand- based item. A term used by automated ships to identify items that have a relatively high issue rate. Normally, an item that has a demand frequency of two or more in a period of 6 months and continues to  have  at  least  one  demand  every  6  months thereafter  is  a  POS  item.  It  is  the  equivalent criteria of SIM items for nonautomated ships. The quantity  of  a  POS  item  is  that  portion  of  the requisitioning   objective   that   supplements   the allowance  and/or  load  list  quantity(ies).  If  a  POS item is not an allowance or load list item, the entire quantity   of   the   requisitioning   objective   is considered  to  be  POS.  Semiannual  review  of stock   records   for   POS   items   is   required   for recomputation of requisitioning objectives. P O R T    O F    D E B A R K A T I O N    ( P O D ) — T h e authorized point of entry into a foreign country or CONUS. P O R T     O F     E M B A R K A T I O N     ( P O E ) — T h e authorized  point  of  departure  from  a  foreign country or CONUS. PRE-EXPENDED  BIN  (PEB)  MATERIAL—SIM items  having  a  low  unit  cost  ($25  or  less)  and frequent  usage.  PEB  items  are  expended  from supply department records and placed in locations conveniently  available  to  maintenance  personnel. PRE—EXPENDED MATERIAL—Material that has been  issued  and  expended  from  stock  record cards. A small stock is maintained by the using department  for  general  maintenance  work. PRESERVATION—The  application  of  appropriate cleaning and drying methods, preservatives, and coatings. PRIORITY—A numerical designation, assigned to a requisition by the requisitioner, which is used to establish processing time for the requisition and anticipate delivery time for the material. AI-7

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