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CHAPTER 2 SUPPLY  ORGANIZATION This  chapter  provides  basic  information  about  the ashore   supply   system   and   the   shipboard   supply department.  You  will  learn  how  they  are  organized  and what functions they perform. As a Storekeeper, you may  be  assigned  in  any  of  the  following  functional areas: accounting, correspondence and reports, stock control,  ordering,  receiving,  storage,  or  the  supply support center. In later chapters these various functions, and  the  duties  associated  with  them,  are  discussed separately  and  in  detail. Our primary interest is in seeing how the various functions that are performed at different  command  levels  merge  so  that  the  supply system  can  accomplish  its  missions.  It  is  important  that you  understand  this  interrelationship  if  you  are  to  do your  job  successfully. THE NAVY SUPPLY The Navy Supply SYSTEM System is a part of the larger Federal  Supply  System  that  manages  millions  of different items. Knowing the functions of the various Navy  Supply  System  organizations  will  help  you understand how your job relates in managing these items.  Also,  you  learn  how  your  job  links  to  other commands, bureaus, or offices in the Federal Supply System.  As  the  Navy  Supply  System  evolved,  the organization  for  supply  management  has  similarly evolved.  The  organization  has  developed  to  respond  to the   many   changing   working   requirements.   The management   part   of   the   Navy   Supply   System organization  consist  of  the  Assistant  Secretary  of  the Navy and the Chief of Naval Operations. The office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (RESEARCH,  DEVELOPMENT  AND  ACQUISITION) is  responsible  for  supervising  the  Navy-wide  policy  in production,   procurement,   supply   and   disposal   of material. The   Chief   of   Naval   Operations   (CNO)   is responsible for planning and determining the material support  needs  of  the  Navy’s  operating  forces.  This includes  equipment,  weapons  or  weapons  systems, material,  supplies,  facilities  maintenance,  and  support services. The CNO commands all activities known as the Systems  Commands.  The  systems  commands  are: Naval  Air  System  Command  (NAVAIR) Space  and  Naval  Warfare  Systems  Command (SPAWAR) Naval   Facilities   Engineering   Command (NAWAC) Naval  Sea  System  Command  (NAVSEA) Naval  Supply  System  Command  (NAVSUP) NAVAL  SUPPLY  SYSTEMS  COMMAND The  Naval  Supply  Systems  Command  (NAVSUP) is   responsible   for   providing   supply   management policies and technical guidance for Navy material to activities of the Navy and Marine Corps. Guidance includes   provisioning,   cataloging,   inventory management,  distribution,  materials-handling,  traffic management,  transportation,  packaging,  preservation, receipt,  storage,  issue,  and  disposal  functions.  Except for  those  items  specifically  assigned  to  other  systems commands   or   offices.   NAVSUP   administers   and manages   the   Defense   Business   Operating   Funds (DBOF), the Navy Resale Program, and the Navy Food Service  Program.  They  also  maintain  official  property records  for  material  in  store.  NAVSUP  exercises management   control   of   field   purchasing   offices, inventory  control  points,  supply  centers,  and  other offices  concerned  with  supply  support.  For  a  complete listing  of  NAVSUP’s  responsibilities,  and  those specifically  assigned  to  other  commands,  refer  to  Afloat Supply  Procedures,  NAVSUP P-485, chapter 1. The Navy’s supply manager is the Commander, Naval  Supply  Systems  Command.  He  makes  sure  the Navy Supply System operates as a single entity. INVENTORY  MANAGERS Navy   inventory   managers   have   primary responsibility  for  the  managing  assigned  groups  or categories  of  items  of  supply.  The  primary  function  of a  Navy  inventory  manager  is  to  provide  effective  and efficient support to the fleet and shore (field) activities of  the  Navy.  Navy  inventory  managers  include  systems commands,   project   managers,   bureaus,   offices 2-1

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