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discovers the error, it usually notifies the ship that they have  either  canceled  the  requisition  or  are  processing  it as  chargeable. The   procedure   to   be   followed   in adjusting the OPTAR Log for items that have been changed from “nonchargeable” to “chargeable” detailed in the NAVSUP P-485. See figure 10-7 for au example. NSA to APA Migration Items  shifted  from  “chargeable”  to  “nonchargeable” have  the  opposite  effect  on  the  OPTAR  balance.  That is, when the necessary entries are made, the OPTAR balance  increases  by  the  amount  of  the  requisition involved.  Entries  in  the  log  generally  follow  the  “APA to NSA” migration, except the amount of the adjustment entry (on the next available line in the log) is circled or written in red ink (credit) and “NSA to APA ADJ” is entered in the “Remarks” block. The amount of the adjustment   is   recorded   on   the   list   of   confirmed cancellations  in  Holding  File  2.  See  figure  10-8. Price  Adjustments “Price  adjustments”  as  described  below  WILL NOT  BE  MADE  unless  the  fiscal  year  cited  on  the requisition  is  the  “current”  fiscal  year,  OR  the  current month is one of the months of October through March AND the fiscal year cited is the last fiscal year (i.e., the first prior fiscal year). The  unit  prices  that  are  assigned  to  each  item available through the Navy supply system are changed from   time   to   time.   In   preparing   a   chargeable requisition, a ship may use an old and consequently incorrect  price  in  its  OPTAR  Log  entry  and  on  its  DD Form   1348   green   copy.   In   processing   the   same requisition, a supplying activity will always charge the correct  price  thereby  creating  a  price  difference.  If  no corrective  action  is  taken  by  the  ship,  such  price differences are automatically reconciled at the DAO and  reported  to  the  ship.  However,  some  type commanders authorize advance action by a ship when the price of a chargeable requisition is increased or decreased  by  $100  or  more.  This  advance  action  must be taken before the requisition material is received aboard ship. The reason for this is explained in the NAVSO  P-3073. A price change does not by itself cause exception status to be sent to the requisitioning ship. In fact, the supply activity does not know what price the ship used in  charging  its  OPTAR  because  the  DD  Form  1348 submitted by the ship to the supply activity does not Figure 10-8.—NSA to APA adjustment entry on the list of confirmed cancellations. 10-11

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