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Hazardous   Material   Information   System (HMIS) Consolidated  Master  Cross-Reference  List (MCRL) Identification  List  (IL) Afloat  Shopping  Guide  (ASG) Federal  Logistics  Data Federal  Logistics  Data  on  (CD-ROM)  is  available to   access   DOD   logistics   data.   It   replaces   the cumbersome data retrieval process of the micro-fiche media used for earlier federal Catalog System (FCS) and Navy unique publications. It is also an interactive query  system  using  the  following  types  of  search criteria Part  Number Commercial  and  Government  Entity  (CAGE) National Item Identification Number (NUN) National/NATO  Stock  Number  (NSN) Permanent System Control Number Supplier  Name Item  name,  Navy  Item  Control  Number (NICN) Engine  Number Master Repairable Item List (MRIL) Shipping  Code The  Federal  Logistics  Catalog  reduces  the  time required  to  access  the  information  needed  to  identify and order supplies. It also contains extracts of data found  in  the  following  FCS  publications: Management  List-Navy  (ML-N) Management   List-Consolidated   (ML-C) Master  Cross  Reference  List  (MCRL) Federal  Logistics  Data  Record  (FILDR) Identification  List  (IL) Interchangeability  and  Substitability  (I  and  S) Commercial  and  Government  Entity  (CAGE) Federal  Supply  Classification  Groups  and classes  (H2-1) Freight,  Selected  Federal  Item  Name  Directory for  Supply  Cataloging  Data  (H-6) Navy  unique  publications  consist  of: 1.   List   of   Items   Requiring   Special   Handling (LIRSH), Master Repairable Item List (MRIL) 2. Navy Item Control Number to National Item Identification   Number   (NICN-NIIN)   Cross Reference. Naval   Publications   and   Forms   Directorate, Aviation  Supply  Office  (NPFD,  ASO)  manages  all Navy subscription for the Federal Logistics Catalog, including  requisition  processing,  payment  matters, renewal notifications, customer inquiries and problem, and  future  enhancements  to  the  system.  A  subscription includes the initial 3 disk set, a user manual and monthly updated  disks. Forms  and  Publications Navy   Stock  List  of  Forms  and  Publications (NAVSUP P-2002) provides ordering information for all forms and publications printed and used in the Navy. GSA Catalog The  General   Services   Administration   (GSA) Catalog  provides  a  quick  reference  for  commonly  used items  since  it  is  published  in  four  volumes.  Volume  3 contains descriptions of material similar to the ASG. Clothing  Price  List Clothing price lists are published by the Ship’s Parts Control   Center   (SPCC).   Separate   price   lists   are provided for men’s and women’s clothing items. These lists  establish  the  mandatory  prices  of  clothing  items. They are usually revised on 1 July of each year and more often if necessary because of price changes. They must be posted in all clothing stores for all to see. TECHNICAL  REFERENCES You will refer to technical publications repeatedly. The  better  you  understand  their  content  and  purpose,  the easier  they  are  to  use.  The  references  listed  below  are found on most ships. The  Naval   Sea   Systems   Command   Technical Manual is usually kept in the engineering department as it pertains primarily to engineering matters. You will refer to it occasionally for technical data on: 3-9

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