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Figure 8-14.—Example of a completed Report of Survey, DD Form 200 (back)
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Chapter 9 Accounting Classifications
INITIAL  REQUESTS The DD Form 200 will be initiated by either the accountable  or  responsible  person. When circumstances warrant, such as when there is an  indication  of  criminal  action  or  gross  negligence,  the commanding  officer  or  the  CO’s  designee  may  appoint a  surveying  officer  or  survey  board.  Refer  to  the NAVSUP  P-485  for  Survey  Board  procedures. Exceptions Research  action  is  not  required  when  it  is  the opinion  of  the  commanding  officer  or  a  designated representative  that  negligence  is  not  indicated  in  the loss, damage, or destruction of government property. Also if for reasons known to the commanding officer, negligence, or responsibility cannot be determined and research under those conditions would constitute an unnecessary administrative burden. Research action is not   usually   required   when   an   individual   accepts responsibility   for   loss,   damage,   or   destruction   of government   property.   At   the   discretion   of   the commanding  officer  or  a  designated  representative, investigative  reports  required  by  other  appropriate DOD component regulations may be used in lieu of research  procedures  prescribed  in  the  NAVSUP  P-485 under  the  following  circumstances: 1. There is no death nor personal injury involved. 2. The total property damage does not exceed $200. 3.  There  is  no  possible  claim  against  the government. EXPENDITURE  OF  MATERIAL WITHOUT  SURVEY Material  will  be  expended  without  survey  on  a Requisition and Invoice/Shipping Document (DD Form 1149)   or   DOD   Single   Line   Item   Release/Receipt Document  (DD  Form  1348-1)  which  will  be  annotated “Loss by survey” and will indicate the circumstances of the loss or damages, or the disposition authority, as applicable,  under  the  following  circumstances: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Items  determined  to  be  scrap  by  an  inventory manager. Losses  of  liquid  oxygen  because  of  evaporation (boil-off). Material  cannibalized  or  otherwise  unaccounted for in the overhaul and repair department. Residue of material cannibalized in the overhaul and  repair  department  considered  to  have  scrap value  only. Samples   of   petroleum   products   sent   to   a laboratory for examination and test, but not returned  to  stole. Medical  material  determined  to  be  defective  or out  of  date  by  the  Field  Branch,  Bureau  of Medicine and Surgery, and destruction of the material has been directed. Discrepancies  in  material  quantities  transferred to disposal, provided that the value of loss or shortage is less than $50 per line item and does not involve sensitive items. Material is lost in transit due to enemy action. Action by the Appointing Authority The   appointing   authority   is   usually   the commanding officer, designee, or officer in the chain of command  with  jurisdiction  over  the  individual  having custodial  responsibility  for  the  property  involved. For   detailed   instructions   concerning   the preparation and submission of the Report of Survey, refer to the NAVSUP P-485. 8-14

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