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SUPPLY OFFICER RESPONSIBILITY The supply officer is responsible for all supplies carried  in  stock  except  ammunition,  fuel,  Marine  Corps supplies  and  medical  material.  When  the  supplies  are stowed  in  supply  storerooms,  the  supply  officer  is  said to  have  actual  custody  (physical  possession)  of  the material, and has full responsibility for the material; i.e., procurement,  receipt,  stowage,  expenditure,  and  stock records. The  responsibility  of  custody  may  be  divided. Sometimes  it  is  impossible  or  impractical  to  stow material  in  supply  storerooms  because  of  limited storeroom  space  or  inadequate  storeroom  space  for large items, big quantities, or for highly technical or sensitive  material.  Under  these  circumstance  the material may be stowed in spaces under the control of other departments. The material is in the custody of the other  departments  since  they  have  physical  possession, but it is still in the technical custody of the supply officer.  The  head  of  the  department  having  actual custody is responsible for proper stowage, inventory, and   use   of   the   material.   The   supply   officer,   in exercising  technical  custody,  maintains  stock  morals, requisitions  replenishment  stock  and  provides  written instructions  to  the  custodian.  Figure  6-3  illustrates  this concept. RESPONSIBILITY OF CUSTODIAN The  storeroom  Storekeeper  is  the  custodian  of  all material  stored  in  the  storeroom  and  is  responsible  to the  supply  officer. SECURITY OF MATERIAL Material in store will be kept under lock and key in all cases unless the material is of such quantity or dimensions  as  to  make  storeroom  storage  impractical. Storeroom  spaces  will  be  locked  securely  when  not  in use. Personnel in charge of such spaces are responsible to make sure that security is maintained for all stores in their  custody. Persons  other  than  the  individual responsible for stowage spaces normally will not be allowed access to stores. An authorized person will always be present when the spaces are open for use. Other persons will be admitted only when necessary for Figure 6-3.-Stock material in custody/subcustody of other department beads. 6-7

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