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Figure  10-34.-Threshold  Charges  Addendum.
Figure 10-32.-Investigation of an itemized transaction. Figure 10-33.—Annotation  of  an  itemized  transaction. An  example  of  a  special  code  “A”  annotation:  The the  recordskeeper  then  writes  “Code  A“  in  the OPTAR  recordskeeper’s  investigation  indicates  that  the “Remarks”  column  alongside  the  invalid  transaction. transition illustrated in figure 10-33 is invalid because Code A is the shorthand version of this description a duplicate charge has been made for a single shipment. “Duplicate  charge;  material  received  from  (UIC  of  the The OPTAR recordskeeper first circles the difference activity),  quantity  (QTY ), amount  ($), on (Julian  date). amount  of  the  invalid  transaction.  To  describe  the  error No duplicate shipment nor supply status indicating 10-31

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