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Figure  5-11.Example of a supply status card  With upper and lower line interpretation.
The determination of requirements for bunker fuel is  the  responsibility  of  the  engineering  officer.  The engineering officer advises the supply officer of the quantity required and the time delivery is desired. Determining  requirements  of  cargo  fuel  aboard  an  oiler rests with the cargo officer, who informs the supply officer of the quantities required and the time delivery is desired. Fuel is requisitioned on DD Form 1149. The  only  standard  limitation  on  the  maximum quantity of bunker fuel that a ship may take is the NAVSEA  safety  factor  of  95%  of  the  rated  bunker capacity. Local limitations may be imposed on ships returning  to  ports  in  continental  United  States  by  the CNO area coordinator or base commander. FORMS AND PUBLICATIONS Forms are requisitioned in the same manner as any other consumable material on DD Form 1348. Publications  (identified  by  cognizance  symbol  01) are not carried in a stores account and are issued without charge. Therefore, signal code “D” or “M” (no billing required), as appropriate, is entered in CC 51, and the fund  code,  CC  52—53,  is  left  blank. Special    requisitioning    instructions,    approval requirements,  and  restrictions  are  indicated  in  the Requisition Restriction (RR) column of the Navy Stock List of Forms and Publications. SHIP’S STORE OR SUBSISTENCE STOCK When normal supply sources are not available and general  stores  stock  is  exhausted,  ship’s  store  or subsistent  stock  may  be  transferred  to  ship’s  use.  For example,  cornstarch  transferred  from  subsistence  stock for  use  in  cleaning  the  boilers  or  flashlights  transferred from ship’s store to general use. Such transfers are made on DD Form 1149 and are charged  to  the  ship’s  OPTAR  (funds  available  for operation of the ship). Complete accounting data must be  shown  on  the  transferring  DD  Form  1149  for  both the charge and the credit. MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL AND SERVICES Refer to NAVSUP P-485, when procuring services, ecclesiastical   material,   boat   letters,   books,   ice, typewriters,  newspapers,  printing,  rubber  stamps,  local tunnel  tickets,  and  other  miscellaneous  material.  The procurement  action  varies  with  the  type  of  service  or material. REQUISITION  FILE  MAINTENANCE Requisition   file   maintenance   begins   when   a requisition is prepared and the hardback copy of the procurement  document  is  placed  in  the  material outstanding  file  (MOF).  When  the  material  ordered  has been received or canceled, the requisition document, with a copy of the receipt document, is placed in the material completed file (MCF). The cycle ends when the  charge  has  been  cleared  through  the  Defense Finance and Accounting System (DFAS) at San Diego or  Norfolk  and  reported  to  your  ship.  The  steps  in between  are  largely  dependent  upon  the  volume  of requisitions prepared and the procedures used in your office.  In  this  section  we  will  only  discuss  the  MOF  and how it is used. MATERIAL  OUTSTANDING  FILE The majority of procurement documents are DD Form 1348s. The file is usually maintained in a card file.  The  cards  should  be  maintained  in  document number  sequence.  The  hardbook  copy  of  DD  Form 1348  is  the  material  outstanding  file  copy. The DD Form 1149 is attached to the hardbookcopy of the DD Form 1348 that was prepared as an obligation document.  The  procedures  are  found  in  NAVSUP P-485. SUPPLY  STATUS The frequency and type of status is determined by the Media and Status (M & S) code assigned to the requisition.  The  purpose  of  status  is  to  keep  you informed  of  the  action(s)  being  taken  by  supply activities to furnish the requested material. Supply  status  usually  is  received  on  DD  Form 1348m  or  a  General  Purpose  Detail  Card  which  is punched and interpreted similarly to that shown in figure  5-11. Supply status may also be received by message on high-priority requisitions. It is similar in format to a message   requisition. It is here that the importance of the document identifier code is evident. The DD Form 1348m has many uses, and in order to accurately interpret the information  show  the  purpose  of  the  card  must  be 5-18

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