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When requisitioning USPS equipment and certain supply items, refer to USPS Publication 247. Equipment and supply items should be ordered on an as-needed basis and are limited to those items that are not required to be furnished by the Navy.   If USPS capital and sensitive equipment is needed, your serving FLTCINC and JMPA must first approve their procurement. USPS CAPITAL AND SENSITIVE EQUIPMENT Learning  Objective:    Recall  the  procedures for receipting, requisitioning, and performing maintenance  on  USPS  capital  and  sensitive equipment. Capital equipment is equipment such as conveyors with a service life over 1-year, costing $3,000 or more; sensitive equipment is equipment that must be strictly controlled  because  of  the  nature  of  the  equipment. Money order imprinters, MODIS equipment, scales, postage meter heads and bases are some examples of sensitive equipment. The  commanding  officer  or  postal  officer,  as appropriate, should ensure that the COPE is the only individual  entrusted  with  the  custody,  control, maintenance,  repair,  replacement,  or  disposition  of USPS capital and sensitive equipment. The  COPE  receipts  for  all  capital  and  sensitive (accountable equipment) on PS Form 1590, Supplies and  Equipment  Receipt  (see  figure  12-3)  when assuming  responsibility  of  an  MPO.    Each  time 12-3 Table 12-1. MPSA Approved Item List, GSA Stock, Nonstock, and Deleted Items Continued Table 12-1. MPSA Approved Item List, GSA Stock, Nonstock, and Deleted Items Continued

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