Figure 8-5.Example of NAVSUP Form 1250-1 for an NIS item after entries of requisition data for chargeable material.
Figure 8-6.Example of stock records Storekeeper entries for NC items.
center code), and quantity indicated in the NAVSUP
Form 1250-1 will be posted to the stock record to record
the demand. Since the item was not issued from supply
department stock, the existing stockyard balance will
not be reduced. Whether or not an applicable stock
record is maintained, the stock records Storekeeper,
prior to distribution of the NAVSUP Form 1250-1, will
complete the data blocks as shown in figure 8-8.
As prescribed in OPNAVINST 3120.32 (Standard
Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy),
material transfer is one of the general duties of the
Unless otherwise directed by the
commanding officer, the supply officer is responsible
for approving transfers of all types of material (except
medical/dental supplies in end-use ships, and fuel).
Although such responsibility need not be delegated by
letter, it should be specified in the Ships Organization
and Regulations Manual (SORM). Before transfer of
material (other than unserviceable or excess items) to
another activity, the supply officer makes sure that it is
not currently needed by the department(s) that normally
use it. In the absence of the supply officer, material
transfers may be approved by the duty supply officer or