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Establishing and Operating the Forms Management Function - 14261_103
Notice to Departments To  make  sure  departments  submit  all reports  when  due,  a  command  should  have  a system  for  alerting  them  in  sufficient  time before  the  actual  due  date.  This  may  be  done in  one  or  both  of  the  following  ways: l  Adding  a  list  of  all  the  reports  due  the following  week  to  the  command’s  weekly  list of   overdue   reports/correspondence.   This   is   a recommended practice for improving timeliness  in  reports  submissions. l  Providing  a  reports  tickler  card  to offices  preparing  reports.  This  can  stimulate good  two-way  communication  between  the departments  concerned  and  the  reports  control office. FORMS As    a    YN3    or    YN2,    you    should    be acquainted with the Navy’s forms management  system.  This  system  is  set  up  to design,  order,  and  account  for  forms  used  by your  command.  As  you  become  more  senior and  begin  to  take  on  more  responsibility,  the management  of  forms  within  a  command  may become  part  of  your  duties. For  the  Navy’s  purpose,  the  term  form  is defined  as  all  printed  or  duplicated  material, regardless  of  the  method  of  reproduction,  that contains  predetermined  blank  spaces  for  the insertion  of  information  by  hand,  typewriter, or  other  business  machine. IMPORTANCE  OF  FORMS The  need  for  forms  is  well  established. They  are  vital  to  the  effective  management  of your  office  and  your  command  because  they provide   information   for   formulating   policy, controlling   and   improving   operations,   and evaluating   performance. Operations   often depend  on  forms.  Forms  guide  the  movement of  materials,  the  performance  of  services,  the authorization   for   expenditures, and   the payment  of  money.  They  provide  a  basis  for clerical  and  executive  actions;  they  serve  as historical   references   and   records. They   are the  orders,  financial  accounts,  and  portions  of the  reports  by  which  government  operates. OBJECTIVES  OF FORMS  MANAGEMENT The  objectives  of  forms  management  at the  command  level  are  as  follows: l  To  make  sure  necessary  forms  and related procedures are developed and designed to   make   the   maximum   contribution   to   the command’s   mission c  To  eliminate  unnecessary  and  duplicate forms   and,   as   appropriate,   consolidate   those serving   like   or similar   functions   using, wherever  practical,  the  higher  echelon  form. RESPONSIBILITIES   FOR ADMINISTRATION  OF  FORMS MANAGEMENT The  Department   of   the   Navy   Forms Management    Program, SECNAVINST 5213.10,  sets  forth  principles,  techniques,  and methods  in  establishing  and  administering  the forms  management  program;  improving  forms and   related   procedures   through   analysis; designing   forms   to   Navy   standards;   and training  personnel  in  forms  management.  It  is considered  to  be  the  primary  guide  for  forms design standards   and   criteria   for   the Department  of  the  Navy  (DON). The  Chief  of  Naval  Operations  (CNO) exercises   overall   supervision   of   the   forms management  program  for  the  DON,  according to  the  policies  and  standards  established  by the  Secretary  of  the  Navy. The   CNO’s responsibilities  are  the  following: 7-6

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