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AUTHORIZATION  ACCOUNTING ACTIVITY The Authorization Accounting Activity (AAA) is the UIC of the activity which performs the accounting for  an  operating  budget/fund.  In  connection  with operating  form  OPTAR  accounting,  the  AAA  is  the UIC of the DFAS. TRANSACTION-TYPE CODES Transaction-type   codes   are   identified   by   a two-character  code.  This  permits  easy  identification  in data processing systems of stores accounting, travel advances,  and  other  special  interest  category transactions.  The  codes  and  an  explanation  of  their  use are contained in NAVCOMPT Manual,  Volume 2. PROPERTY ACCOUNTING ACTIVITY (PAA) For  the  Operating  Forces  material  or  service requisitions,  the  service  designator  code  and  unit identification code (UIC) of the requisitioner will be shown. In these cases the PAA is used as an extension of the cost code. In some cases the UIC of an activity assigned  to  perform  formal  “stores”  or  “property” accounting  is  cited  as  the  PAA.  Unit  identification codes (UICs) are assigned by the Comptroller of the Navy to ships, aircraft units, shore activities, divisions of shore activities, bureaus and offices, contractors’ plants,  and  in  some  instances  to  functions  or  other specialized  elements  for  identification. UICs are prefixed by a service designator code. It is of  the  service.  The  letters  R,  V,  and  N  have  been established  to  identify  naval  requisitioning  activities. All  UICs  currently  assigned  are  listed  in NAVCOMPT Manual, Volume 2. You should become familiar with this reference because you will have many occasions  to  use  it.  Assume,  for  example,  you  are transferring  stores  to  another  ship.  You  must  know  the unit  identification  code  in  order  to  show  it  on  the expenditure document so that the receiving ship will be charged. Remember, it is the responsibility of the ship or activity preparing the accounting papers to make sure that the UIC is correct. COST CODE The cost code consists of 12 characters and may be alphabetic,   numeric,   or   both.   This   code   provides information to further classify transactions or in some cases, aid in identifying a specific transaction. In most cases the information to be used for this data element is determined locally by the administrator of the funds in conjunction with the accounting activity.  NAVCOMPT Manual,   Volume   2,   provides   information   on   the structure of cost codes based on the purpose for which used. The cost code in figure 9-7 is the most common code  structure  used  by  afloat  units  in  requisitions  for material and services. The cost code consists of two zeros  followed  by  the  four-digit  Julian  date,  the four-character serial number and the two-character fund code. As you will be using fund codes almost daily, a a Single-character code that identifies a service or element further  explanation  is  provided. Figure 9-8.-Fund codes assigned to units of the Pafic Fleet. 9-8

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