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or for cash. The DBOF is reimbursed for supplies when they are ISSUED or SOLD. While these supplies are waiting to be sold, they are in the Navy Stock Account (NSA). NAVY  STOCK  ACCOUNT—The  Navy  Stock Account (NSA) is an inventory account and an integral part of the DBOF. It serves as the “holding account” for DBOF procured supplies before to their sale. Thus, the total value of the DBOF consists of money plus supplies  in  the  NSA.  The  NSA  is  also  used  by  NAVSUP as the accounting device to account for and control the expenditure  of  DBOF  funds. DBOF/NSA  IN  OPERATION—Refer  to  figure  9-5 as  you  read  the  following  steps  covering  the  operation of the Defense Business Operating Fund and Navy Stock  Account. 1. 2. 3. Material   is   purchased   by   DBOF   from commercial   suppliers,   Defense   Logistics Agency,  Departments  of  the  Army  and  Air Force  and  the  General  Services  Administration. Suppliers  deliver  material  to  designated  naval supply activities where it is held in the inventory account,  Navy  Stock  Account  (NSA),  until needed by a Navy customer, A ship has to replace material which has been used  in  its  operations.  A  requisition,  DD  Form Figure 9-5.-The Defense Business Operating Fund in operation. 9-5 .

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