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Stock Record Update
Storekeeper 3 & 2 - Manual for watching over inventory and other things needed in a store
Chapter 12 Maintenance and Material Management Systems
SNAP II Software The function of the SNAP II system is to provide automated  administrative  support  to  fleet  ships  through the  following  SNAP  II  applications  software/files: Supply   Interim   Release   (SIR/Supply   and Financial  Management  (SFM)  Subsystem System  Management  Subsystem  (SMS) Maintenance  Data  Subsystem  (MIX) Administrative   Data   Management   (ADM) Subsystem The   SIR/SFM   provides   the   primary   SNAP   11 software/files  that  supports  both  the  Navy  Afloat Supply  System  and  Supply  Organization.  System management and system service tasks, in support of other   functional   (i.e.,   SIR/SFM)   subsystems,   are performed  by  the  SMS  software/files. SNAP II Automated Data Processing  Equipment The  Automated  Data  Processing  Equipment (ADPE) that provides the mechanical means to operate the  SNAP  II  system  consists  of  the  following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. AN/UYK-62(V)  (H-300)  computer Mass Storage Subsystem Communications   Subsystem Printer  Subsystem Input/Output   Subsystem OPERATION As  a  nontechnical  administrative/management supply system, SNAP II manning  is  not  concerned  with manning  of  watch  stations  at  various  conditions  of readiness. The operators of SNAP II remote terminals are not computer experts. Operators are “customers” of the services the computer system provides (e.g., supply and fiscal data). The only skills required beyond those needed in their rating (e.g., Storekeeper Second (SK2)) are the skills necessary to gain a periodic access to the system, query the system for data, and to terminate their access.  Since  the  data  to  be  handled  by  the  terminals are rating related, the SK user should receive onboard training  on  supply  department  SNAP  II  operations. FINANCIAL  RECORDS  AND  REPORTS The  accounting  performed  on  automated  ships differs  in  some  aspects  from  that  on  nonautomated ships. This difference is primarily in recording OPTAR charges  and  depends  on  whether  the  automated  ship  is a  nonstock-funded  or  stock-funded  ship. STOCK-FUNDED SHIP Stock-funded  ships  include  tenders  and  repair  ships (class  207  accounting)  and  fleet-issue  ships  (class  224 accounting). On these ships, the inventory is carried in the  Navy  Stock  Account  (NSA)  and  has  not  been charged to the ships’ OPTAR. The requirements for class  207  and  class  224  accounting  are  not  covered  in this  text  except  as  they  pertain  to  OPTAR  accounting and inventory control. Stock replenishment requisitions are not charged to the OPTAR but are accounted for as transfers between supply  officers  within  the  Navy  Stock  Account. The same OPTAR and budget records discussed before  are  maintained.  However,  they  are  posted  from the data accumulated on the FMF mentioned earlier in the chapter. Issue requests submitted on DD Form 1348 result in either an issue or a DTO requisition. As the DD  Forms  1348  are  processed,  the  financial  data, representing  expenditures  or  obligations  as  appropriate, are transferred to the FMF. The Departmental Budget Report  which  lists  the  totals  of  expenditures  and obligations by departments and a grand total of all expenditures and obligations is prepared from this tape. The  total  of  all  expenditures  is  posted  to  the Departmental Budget Report and the balance of the OPTAR  is  reduced.  The  expenditures  and  obligations are posted separately to the Divisional Budget Report. When  DTO  material  is  received,  the  obligation  is converted to an expenditure and is listed on the next posting  report. The machine room again makes use of the FMF to prepare  machine  listings  to  support  the  monthly  NSA stores  returns.  This  includes  preparation  of  necessary summaries. You are, in effect summarizing your own ship  for  all  NSA  material  consumed  for  the  month  as well  as  summarizing  transfers  to  other  ships. The listings (with cards) that were discussed earlier are received from Defense Finance Accounting System (DFAS). They are: Unmatched  expenditure  listing  (monthly) Aged unfilled order listing (quarterly) Filled   order/expenditure/difference   listing (monthly) The listings must be reviewed and any corrections annotated  thereon  and  returned  to  DFAS. 11-9

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