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   Unit of issue    Source of supply    Maximum and minimum levels    Balance on hand    Quantity issued, received, and ordered Information  on  the  ordering  of  supplies  can  be found   in   USPS   Publications   223   and   247,   and OPNAVINST 5112.6 appendix B. NOTE: The maximum and minimum levels will be entered  in  pencil  to  allow  for  adjustment  when requirements  change.    Occasionally,  the  USPS  will introduce a new item that will cause deletion of another item.  As supply clerk for your MPO, you must ensure changes are annotated in the post office copy of USPS Publication 223 and on PS Form 1586.  You will find these  changes  in  the  Postal  Bulletin  your  office receives on a biweekly basis. INVENTORY CONTROL Inventory  control  establishes  the  minimum  and maximum stock quantity.  By maintaining an accurate stock  level,  you  will  have  sufficient  USPS  postal supply items available at all times and will not run out. As a minimum, postal supplies will be inventoried on a semi-annual basis (during the months of January and July).  Inventories help determine if supply records are accurate, if established minimum and maximum levels need to be adjusted, and if supplies need to be ordered. The inventory count is recorded on PS Form 1586. MPOs should maintain at least a 3-month but not more than a 5-month level of supplies. Consideration should be given to the amount of time it takes to receive supplies from the Material Distribution Center. If you are stationed on a ship and are deployed, be sure you have enough postal supplies to last at least 5 months. SPECIAL ITEMS Learning  Objective:    Recall  the  procedures for requisitioning special supply items. There are certain items that are not requisitioned on  PS  Form  7380. These  items  are  unique,  and normally  the  USPS  or  a  contractor  must  specially manufacture them. SPECIAL ORDER RUBBER STAMPS Special order rubber stamps should be ordered on PS  Form  1567,  Requisition  for  Rubber  and  Steel Stamps  Only,  from  the  applicable  JMPA.   List  these 12-19 PCf12012 PS FORM 3806 RECEIPT FOR REGISTERED MAIL SE MDC 500 300 INVENTORY 2JAN 500 02 JAN 2001 1FEB   350 1FEB 150 5FEB 350 7MAR 350 7MAR 500 Figure 12-12. An example of a PS Form 1586 showing supplies received.

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