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Figure  10-12.—Processing  a  partial  receipt-bdame  backordered.
Figure  10-11.—Partial  receipt  notation  on  receipt  documents. PARTIAL RECEIPT (BALANCE CANCELED— The  first  step  in  processing  a  partial  receipt  (balance canceled) is to convert the receipt date on the DD Form 1348-1 to a Julian date and enter it in the “Date Mat’l R e c ’ d ” block of the correspondence Requisition/OPTAR  Log  entry.  Provided  no  action  has been taken based on status information (adjusting the OPTAR  Log—see  figure  10-6),  the  next  step  is  to compare the log entry money value of the Requisition to the “threshold amount.” (The “threshold” is a money value set by the fleet commander primarily for use by the  DAO.  Its  purpose  is  explained  later  in  this  chapter. For the present discussion the “threshold is $100.) If the Requisition/OPTAR Log entry money value equals or   is   less   than   the   “threshold,”   the   OPTAR recordskeeper returns the DD Form 1348-1 and the attached DD Form 1348 (pink copy) to the requisition Storekeeper.   (Log   entries   for   nonchargeable requisitions should be considered as being less than the “threshold.”) 10-14

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