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Disposition of Correspondence and Records
Figure 3-7.-Routing stamp the order of issuance. For example, the subject number of  contract  financing  is  7810.  An  originating  office would assign numbers to the first, second, and third instructions which it issues on contract financing as follows: 7810.1,7810.2, and 7810.3, respectively. The number  7810.1A  indicates  the  first  revision  of  the instruction 7810.1. Notices  are  not  assigned  consecutive  numbers when they are of a one-time nature or of brief duration. The  subject  identification  number  assigned  as  the  file number of a letter is not assigned a consecutive number. The security classification of Confidential or Secret instructions and notices is indicated by prefixing the subject  number  by  “C”  for  Confidential  and  by  “S”  for Secret. Name-Title Subject Identification Codes Name-title  codes  (alphabetic  or  alphanumeric codes) are provided for names and titles frequently used  by  the  Department  of  the  Navy.  These  codes may be used for classifying and filing documents by name or organizational designation except that they are not to be used in assigning subject numbers to directives. Included   are   symbols   for   fleet organizations,  the  United  States  Government,  foreign governments,commercial  enterprises  and  firms;classes of  personnel;  types  of  naval  activities;  and  official symbols  for  classes  and  types  of  aircraft,  vessels,  and guided  missiles. The first letter of the name or title code designates the larger organizational group, and the second or third letter designates a further breakdown of the larger group.   For   example,   “NA”  designates  naval  air stations. The “N” is for the Naval Shore Establishment and the “A” for air stations. An Arabic numeral added to the letter symbol further subdivides the code. For example: FF—Fleets, Forces, Types, Areas, and Sea Frontiers. FF1—U.S. Fleet, FF3—U.S. Task Fleets. Fleets File  arrangement  within  any  office  depends  upon the  mission  of  the  office  and  on  the  volume  of  its official    correspondence. Normally,    general correspondence is stored in metal file cabinets., This includes   letters,   and   memorandums   received   or originated by the office. Folders  are  used  to  keep  correspondence  orderly  in the files. Standard file folders are available in two sires, letter size (9 x 11-3/4 inches) and legal size (9 x 14-3/4 inches). The total number of folders and the appropriate primary, secondary, or tertiary subject identification numbers, or the name-title symbols, to be used are determined by the volume of written matter in each category to be filed. There may be no need to establish folders on some major series groups, while others may require   several   folders   broken   down   to   primary, secondary,   or   tertiary   numbers.   The   subject identification  numbers  or  name-title  symbols  should  be printed  on  each  folder. The subject identification number placed on the correspondence  by  the  originator  assists  in  determining the  correct  folder  in  which  to  file  the  correspondence. This number, however, may not be appropriate for the particular   office   concerned,    thereby    requiring Figure 3-8.-Example of an identifying symbol assigned to an instruction. 3-14

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