national stock number,
unit of issue,
quantity requisitioned, and
Data in Agreement
If the above data are the same in the receipt
document and in the stock record, entries in the stock
record (see figure 7-6) will be made as follows:
Enter the Julian date of the receipt and the serial
number of the related requisition in the Date&
Enter the receipt quantity in the Receipts
Increase the balance in the On Hand column
by the quantity received.
Line through (but do not obliterate) applicable
requisition data in the Requisitions
Outstanding column. An example of the line
through technique is shown in figure 7-6.
If a NAVSUP Form 1250-1 was used to requisition
an NIS DTO requirement, the retained green copy will
be removed from the MOF for immediate issue of the
item received. Refer to NAVSUP P-485 for a more
detailed explanation of this process.
Any differences noted when comparing a receipt
document and stock record data will be reconciled
before posting the receipt to the stock record.
When the cognizance symbol in the receipt
document differs from that in the stock record, the
cognizance symbol in the stock record will be changed
to agree with that in the receipt document. See figure
7-7 for an example of a cognizance symbol change.
When an item is received under a new or
superseding NSN, a new stock record will be prepared
to record the receipt. Refer to figure 7-8 for an example
of a stock record with a superseding NSN and figure 7-9
for an example of closing out a superseded NSN stock
record. Figure 7-9.Example of closing out a
superseding NSN stock record.
When a Replenishment item is received under a new
or superseding NSN, the on-hand balance in the stock
Figure 7-6.Posting receipts to stock records.
Figure 7-7.Example of a cognizance symbol change to stock records.