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The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Supply System
Navy  Stock  Points–The  primary  contact  points  of 1. the operating force for material support are the FISCs. Other stock points such as INASs and NSYs are not usually  associated  with  direct  fleet  support,  but  may  be 2. used  when  necessary,  The  material  support  functions of Navy stock points are summarized as follows: procure, receive, store, and issue material; invoice customers for material used; 3. report  issues  of  material  to  the  cognizant  ICP. Operation  of  the  Navy  Supply  System.  The following illustration depicts the operation of the Navy Supply   System   from   the   receipt   of   a   customer’s 4. requisition to the replenishment of stock. The items enumerated  correspond  to  the  numbered  lines  in  figure 5 . 2-3: USS John Paul Jones submits  a  requisition  to FISC, San Diego, for a cognizance symbol 1H repair  part. After researching their records and determining that the item is not in stock, FISC, San Diego, refers the requisition to the proper inventory manager for cognizance symbol 1H material, SPCC,  Mechanicsburg  (an  ICP). SPCC,  Mechanicsburg,  after  researching  their master   records   and   determining   that   the requested item is in stock at FISC, Oakland, refers  the  requisition  to  FISC,  Oakland. FISC, Oakland, issues the material to USS  John Paul Jones. FISC,  Oakland,  makes  an  issue  transaction report  to  SPCC,  Mechanicsburg. Figure 2-3.-Operation of the Navy Supply System. 2-8

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