Figure10-20.-Part 1, Badget/OPTAR Report.
it in general terms.
Refer to NAVSO P-3013 for
detailed instructions for completing the report.
The amounts reported in Part 2 are taken from the
Requisition/OPTAR Log just as shown in figure 10-21.
All differences are entered from the corresponding
column of the log. Each entry in the Difference
column must indicate whether it is a plus or minus
difference to prevent error when totaling the column.
The total should also be marked plus or minus.
Because of increased budgetary requirements under
Zero-Based Budgeting concepts, type commander and
fleet commanders need a full fund code breakout on
OPTAR funds use to adequately compile information for
budget formulation and execution.
Budget/OPTAR Report (NAVCOMPT Form 2157)
submission (or message sent in place of the
NAVCOMPT Form 2157) must be modified to display
all fund codes along with attendant cumulative
obligations, differences, and gross adjusted obligations.
As are result, there will be a full code display on the
Ship/Staff Status Report. The Budget/OPTAR Report
will be completed in accordance with the NAVSO
P-3013 as modified.
As you study figure 10-21, you can see that the
difference is an adjustment to the obligations and affects
the OPTAR balance.
To verify the entries in block 22 of the
Budget/OPTAR Report, the OPTAR recordskeeper can