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NAVY   AND   MARINE   CORPS RECORDS   DISPOSITION   MANUAL The  Navy  and  Marine  Corps  Records Disposition  Manual,   SECNAVINST   5212.5, prescribes  policy  and  procedures  for  the  DON relating  to  records  creation,  maintenance  and disposition. Within   the   legal   framework provided   by   the   Records   Disposal   Act   of 1943,  as  amended,  the  Federal  Records  Act  of 1950,  and  Navy   Regulations,   the  DON  has four   specific   goals. They   are   (1)   creation o f records  that  adequately  document  the organization,   function,   policies,   procedures, decisions   and   essential   transactions   of   the DON;   (2)   preservation   of   records   having long-term   permanent   worth   because   of   their continuing  administrative,  legal,  scientific,  or historical  values;  (3)  destruction  of  temporary records  as  they  outlive  their  usefulness;  and (4) retirement and transfer of those records no longer   required   in   the   conduct   of   daily business   to   more   economical   storage.   This publication  is  discussed  further  in  chapter  5. DEPARTMENT   OF   THE   NAVY DIRECTIVES   ISSUANCE   SYSTEM The  Department   of   the   Navy   Directives Issuance   System, SECNAVINST   5215.1, provides   a   standard   method   of   issuing directives  by  all  activities  in  the  Navy.  The system  contains  two  parts  and  two  tables: The  Directives   Issuance   System   contains the  standard  procedures  and  formats  used  to issue   policy,   procedural,   and   informational releases   in   the   DON.   This   publication   is discussed  further  in  chapter  6. DEPARTMENT   OF   THE   NAVY FORMS   MANAGEMENT   PROGRAM The  Department   of   the   Navy   Forms Management   Program, SECNAVINST 5213.10,   ensures   that   forms   provide   needed information effectively, efficiently, and economically. Information   is   vital   to   the success  of  any  organization  and  provides  the basis   for   management   decisions.   Specific types  of  data  are  needed  to  meet  particular requirements and forms are a major means for providing  a  fast  and  easy  method  of  collecting information.  Forms  management  provides  for improvement  and  control  of  forms  to  ensure minimum  burden  is  expended  and  maximum effectiveness   obtained.   This   publication   is discussed  further  in  chapter  7. DEPARTMENT   OF   THE   NAVY INFORMATION   REQUIREMENTS (REPORTS)   MANAGEMENT   PROGRAM The  Department   of   the   Navy   Information Requirements (Reports) Management Program,   SECNAVINST   5214.2,   sets   forth the   policy   and   responsibilities   for   the management  of  information  requirements  of the  DON.  Information  is  vital  to  the  success of  any  organization  and  provides  the  basis  for management  decisions.  Specific  types  of  data are  needed  to  meet  particular  requirements. Reports management encompasses the development  of  reports  and  reporting  systems. This publication is discussed further in chapter 7. NAVY   OFFICER   FITNESS REPORT   MANUAL The Navy  Officer  Fitness  Report  (FITREP) Manual,  BUPERSINST  1611.17,  requires  that records  be  maintained  on  officers  that  reflect their  fitness  for  the  service  and  performance of  their  duties.  Fitness  reports  form  a  primary basis  for  selecting  officers  for  advanced training,  specialization  or  subspecialization, duty  assignment,  promotion,  and  command. 2-7

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