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Q12-4.     On  what  PS  form  should  you  list  all accountable USPS equipment? Now turn to appendix 1 to check your answers. USPS NONCAPITAL AND NONSENSITIVE EQUIPMENT AND EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES Learning   Objective: Recognize  USPS non-capital,   and   non-sensitive   (non- accountable)  equipment  and  expendable supplies, and the procedures for ordering. The USPS furnishes nonaccountable items.  When nonaccountable  equipment  is  received  at  MPOs,  it becomes  the  property  of  the  Department  of  Defense (DOD).  Nonaccountable items need not be receipted for formally.  However, to maintain property accountability, all  nonaccountable  items  received  at  MPOs  should  be entered in supply records as appropriate. USPS EXPENDABLE ITEMS MPOs  with  more  than  one  clerk  assigned  will designate  an  individual  as  the  postal  supply  clerk  in addition  to  carrying  out  regular  duties.    The  supply clerk’s  specific  duties  include  receiving  and  issuing supplies,  care  and  preservation  of  supplies,  and  the disposal  and  replacement  of  obsolete  forms  and supplies. Additional  responsibilities  include  the monitoring  of  the  stock  levels  of  postal  supplies  to prevent  overstocking  and  the  requisitioning  of  items necessary to maintain postal operations.  MPOs should normally  maintain  at  least  a  3-month  level,  but  not more  than  a  5-month  level  of  USPS  expendable supplies on board. 12-8 PCf12003 Figure 12-3. An example of a completed PS Form 1590.

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