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SAFETY   LEVEL—The   quantity   of   material,   in addition   to   the   operating   level,   required   for continuous  operations  in  the  event  of  interruption of   normal   replenishment   or   unpredictable fluctuations  in  issue  demand. SELECTED   ITEM   MANAGEMENT   (SIM)—An inventory   control   principle   which,   in nonautomated   ships,   focuses   management attention on the small percentage of items that experience the majority of onboard demands for material.  Inventory  management  techniques  that apply  to  repair  parts  and  consumables  designated as  SIM  items  in  nonautomated  ships  are  found  in the NAVSUP P-485. SERVICES—Nonmaterial   requirements   such   as equipment,  rental,  commercial  telephone,  ferry tickets, or similar services authorized by proper authority.  For  accounting  purposes,  documents for  services  will  indicate  the  appropriate  fund code as shown in NAVSO P-3013. SIGNAL   CODE—A   single-letter   code   on   a MILSTRIP requisition that designates who is to receive  the  material  and  who  is  to  pay  for  it. SIM—Selected  Item  Maintenance.  An  inventory control  system  by  which  maximum  attention  is given to those items experiencing a high rate of usage. SIM DTO ITEM—Any consumable item that meets the frequency of demand criteria for a SIM item but  is  not  stocked  by  the  supply  department, usually  because  of  space  limitations.  Materials received  are  issued  immediately  to  the  using department. SIM   ITEM—An   item   that   has   experienced   a frequency of demand of two or more within the past   6   months   or   has   a   predictable   demand frequency  of  two  or  more  based  on  deployed  or seasonal  usage.  (Similar  to  criteria  for  terms ‘peacetime  operating  stock  and  “demand-based items”  used  in  automated  ships.)  Frequency  of demand is defined as the number of separate times an item is issued, regardless of the quantity of each issue. SPLIT   SHIPMENT   CODE—TM   code   is   reserved for  use  by  transshipment  activities.  The  shipping activity   always   assigns   code   “X”   to   the   17th position.  This  code  is  used  to  indicate  that  the increment   of   the   shipment   unit   (complete   or partial) generated by the shipping activity must be further divided into two or more increments for onward movement in separate conveyances, The transshipping activity identifies each increment consecutively  in  the  17th  position  beginning  with code “A.” The last increment is always identified with  code  “Z.” STOCK   ARTICLE—A   collection   of   like   items within a class. STOCK-FUNDED   SHIPS—Ships   in   which   the inventory  of  general  stems  and  repair  parts  is carried  in  NSA.  The  ship’s  OPTAR  is  charged when material is issued from supply storerooms to the using departments. STOCK  ITEM—Consists  of  each  size  or  color,  et cetera, of an article. STOCK  UNIT—The  smallest  quantity  of  a  stock  item that can be issued. STOCKAGE     OBJECTIVE — The     maximum quantity  of  material  to  be  maintained  on  hand  to sustain  current  operations.  It  includes  the  sum  of stocks  represented  by  the  operating  level  and  the safety  level. SUPPLIES   AND   EQUIPAGE   FUNDS—The   term referring  to  funds  granted  to  type  commanders  to support  the  normal  operating  expenses  of  the  fleet. SUPPLY   AVAILABILITY-The   period   of   time assigned  for  the  accomplishment  of  a  supply overhaul. S U P P L Y    O P E R A T I O N S    A S S I S T A N C E PROGRAM/INTEGRATED     LOGISTICS OVERHAUL   (SOAP/ILO)—The   concerted efforts  of  assigned  shipboard  personnel,  under  the supervision   of   ashore-based   SOAP/ILO   team members, to refine shipboard inventories of repair parts; to update related stock records consistent with   prescribed   allowances   or   other   stowage objective   criteria;   and   to   identify   material deficiencies   and/or   excesses.   A   SOAP/ILO,   is designed to improve the supply readiness of the ship,  entails  the  offload,  identification,  and inventory  of  shipboard  stocks  of  repair  parts, disposition   of   excesses,   requisitioning   of deficiencies,   and   the   reload   and   restorage   of allowed   items   in   authorized   quantities. SOAP/ILOs   are   performed   (usually   during   a shipyard   overhaul)   in   ships   designated   and scheduled  by  the  type  commander. AI-9

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