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portion of the fixed credit to any of your assistants, the total amount must not exceed $1,000 per clerk.  If an assistant needs to retain more than $1,000, the specific amount  should  be  authorized  in  writing  by  the commanding  officer.     The  correct  procedure  for extending  initial  fixed  credits  to  assistant  military postal clerks is as follows:    The COPE prepares and date stamps two copies of PS Form 3369 in the amount of the extended fixed credit.    The COPE prepares two copies of PS Form 17 indicating  the  amount  and  denomination  of stock being issued.    The COPE prepares an account folder for each extended  fixed  credit  that  is  to  be  used  for  the filing  of  all  documentation  pertaining  to  that account. When the above procedures have been completed, the  COPE  and  the  selected  assistant  MPC(s)  jointly verify the amount of stock being issued to ensure that the  total  is  correct. When  the  count  has  been completed, the COPE obtains the signature(s) of the clerk(s) on the appropriate forms.   The COPE keeps the signed originals of PS Form 3369 and PS Form 17, and the assistant MPC(s) retains the duplicates.  In this manner, you will hold receipts for all stamp stock and funds not in your actual custody, whether held by the reserve custodian or by your assistant(s).  Considering what you have in your possession and what is in the custody   of   others,   ensure   that   you   maintain   a continuous  chain  of  receipts  to  cover  the  total  fixed credit. CHANGE IN CUSTODY Whenever there is a change of COPE or when a window clerk is relieved of an account, an audit must 8-7 /COMMAND LETTER HEAD/ SER 5110 Date: From:   Commanding Officer, USS Underway To: PCSN Able B. Seaman, USN, 777-77-7777 Subj:   AUTHORIZATION TO RETAIN FIXED CREDIT IN EXCESS OF $1,000.00 Ref:   (a)  OPNAVINST 5112.6C (b)  DOD 4525.6-M 1. In accordance with references (a) and (b), you are hereby authorized to retain a total of $________ in fixed credit. 2.  This authorization will remain in effect until rescinded in writing. /S/ W.T. Door Copy to: Service Record Post Office Files Figure 8-2.—An example of a letter authorizing retention of a fixed credit account in excess of $1,000.00.

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