· Point out deficiencies of urgently required
· reduce physical inventory requirements and to
items for which no excesses are available for
prescribe standard physical inventory procedures;
· provide for effective management of controlled
Input to this program comes from required
equipage, presentation silver, and mandatory
deficiency/excess reports from individual ships of the
type command. The request for reporting procedures
is found in the NAVSUP P-485.
· reduce the number of stock record management
data changes required to be made by non-
INVENTORY CONTROL OBJECTIVES
The b a s i c o b j e c t ive s o f i nve n t o r y c o n t r o l
· prescribe the NAVSUP Form 1250-1 (Single
procedures used afloat are to:
Line Item Consumption/Requisition Document
· focus attention on the relatively few items that
[manual]) as the issue request document in
will satisfy the majority of onboard demands for
non-automated ships and as the normal
requisitioning document of the non-automated
· provide for the accumulation of accurate
ships of the submarine forces; and
consumption data required for ACCESS and the
· prescribe the DD Form 1348 (Single Line Item
3-M program and for maintaining adequate
Requisition System Document [manual]) as the
issue request document in automated ships other
· establish a h i s t o r i c a l d e m a n d f i l e f o r
than those in the submarine forces.
accumulating usage data for not carried (NC)
Meeting these inventory control objectives are of
major concern to all store keeping personnel. The SK3
· prescribe that each request for an NC repair part
and SK2 should be aware of the above objectives and
be used to make sure that the parent equipment is
understand their importance. The results of the
supported in the Coordinated Shipboard
division's SMA will depend on how well these
objectives are met.
As per Chief of Naval Operations message 112209Z MAY 99, NAVOP
004/99, Inter-Deployment Training Cycle (IDTC) Workload Reduction
Update, Paragraph 1D, the Controlled Equipage Program is cancelled.
Owing to the impact on readiness and/or the financial implications of
replacing material formally designated Controlled Equipage, it is still
incumbent upon all hands to maintain positive control of such items.
Identification of material requiring such control and appropriate
procedures for safeguarding same rest with the Commanding Officer.
Survey and Missing, Lost, Stolen or Recovered Property (MLSR)
reports for types of material formerly designated as Controlled Equipage
will be submitted only when material meets other survey/MLSR criteria
as per pars. 5125-5134. NAVSUP remains the technical authority for
development and implementation of methods to maintain accountability
of government property. Questions may be address to NAVSUP Code
4B2E, at 717 605-6136, DSN 430-6136.
It is recommended that issues of Palm Pilots, personal assistant
computers, be documented with the completion of a "Page 13"
entry in service record. These Palm pilots remain government
property and should be retained by the government upon an
individual's termination of Naval Service.
Source: Chapter 8, NAVSUP P-485 Volume I--Afloat Supply