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Figure 2-2.-Organization of a supply department of a small fleet unit (without Supply Corps officers).
The supply department could well be called the service   department. Most   supply   functions   are accomplished by finishing materials for the ship and services to members of the crew. These services should always  be  provided  promptly  and  courteously. SUPPLY DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION Organization   is   the   orderly   arrangement   of personnel  by  functions. Sound supply department organization  is  necessary  to  carry  out  the  objectives  of the department and will vary in accordance with the mission, physical characteristics, and complement of the  unit.  The  Department  assigns  responsibilities  and authority  to  individuals  within  the  organization.  The department   head   prepares   a   Supply   Department Organization Manual that should contain a description of  the  functions  of  each  component  of  the  department and  assign  areas  of  responsibility  and  authority  as prescribed  by  the  type  commander.  It  should  also include tasks of key personnel. Organizational  charts  for  the  department  include identification  of  essential  functions  and  a  clearly defined  channel  of  responsibility  and  authority.  Typical organization  charts  for  large  and  small  ships  are illustrated  in  figures  2-1  and  2-2.  As  a  guide  in identifying   supply   functions   to   organizational components, the typical large ship is outlined below: General  Stores  (S-1  Division): General—The   general   stores   component procures,   receives,   stores,   expends,   and accounts  for  consumable,  equipage,  repair parts,  and  other  material.  Maintains  required records.   It   also   prepares   correspondence, reports, and returns; and performs required obligation  recording. Stock Control—Stock control functions include determining requirements,   preparing requisitions,  processing  receipt  and  expenditure documents,  and  maintaining  related  files  and records. It also performs financial accounting for material,  maintains  related  files  and  records; maintains material catalogs, allowance lists, and technical publications, and prepares related correspondence, reports, and returns. Storage—Storage   functions   include   the receipt,  storage,  inventory,  and  issue  of material;  the  maintenance  of  related  files,  as required; and the cleanliness and upkeep of assigned  storage  spaces. Foodservice   (S-2   Division): General—The    foodservice    component operates  all  phases  of  the  enlisted  dining facility and makes authorized issues, sales, and transfers  of  food  hems. Records  and  Returns-Records  and  returns functions  include  determining  of  requirements, preparing  requisitions,  processing  receipt  and Figure 2-1.-Organization of a supply department of a large fleet unit. 2-4

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