· Assigns items for inclusion to the Aircraft
The Publications and Directives branch is responsible
for cataloging Navy publications and directives. It
Requirements Register (ARR)
publication and directive before printing of material.
The Cataloging branch of ILS is responsible for
The Forms branch manages and controls stock funded
item identification/classification and National Stock
Navy forms. The Customer Service branch receives
Number (NSN) assignment. This branch assigns the
and processes requisitions from requiring activities.
Federal Supply Class (FSC) to all new items added in
the database. It also gets the Commercial And
Navy Inventory Control Point-Mechanicsburg
Government Entity (CAGE) code for each item of
supply. It prepares item description packages for
submission to the Defense Logistics Services Center
The NAVICP-MECH is the inventory control point
(DLSC), who assigns the NSN for the items. This
(ICP) for ship equipment and spare parts. It is
branch also maintains NAVICP cataloging data, such
responsible for distributing change notices and
as additions, deletions, and changes.
processing Quality Deficient Reports (QDRs).
The NSN assignment functions of the Cataloging
NAVICP-MECH is also responsible for distributing
branch include processing requests for emergency
the naval logistics library (NLL). Some items under
NSN and NATO stock numbers. It maintains the
management by NAVICP-MECH are common to
system for tracking the requests and provides status to
aviation maintenance. These items include depot-level
customers. This branch operates the Maximum
repairable (DLR), electronic material. When ordering
Interchange of the Latest Logistical Information
or shipping items managed by NAVICP-MECH, you
Essential (MILLIE) status file for NAVICP customers.
m u s t f o l l ow t h e p r o c e s s i n g p r o c e d u r e s e t b y
The Technical Policy and Analysis Branch serves
as point of contact for policy and procedures
concerning technical information. Some of this
b r a n c h 's f u n c t i o n s i n c l u d e d e v e l o p i n g a n d
N av y i nv e n t o r y m a n a g e r s h av e p r i m a r y
implementing policy and procedures for the DOD
responsibility for the managing assigned groups or
Demilitarization Program within NAVICP. It is also
categories of items of supply. The primary function of
responsible for identifying consumable and field-level
a Navy inventory manager is to provide effective and
repairable (FLR) items.
efficient support to the fleet and shore (field) activities
This branch also develops and implements
of the Navy. Navy inventory managers include
NAVICP policies and procedures for the material
systems commands, project managers, bureaus, offices
management of interservice used repairable items. It
(including Military Sealift Command), and inventory
acts as interservice supply support coordinator (ISSC)
control points (ICPs) under the command of NAVSUP.
for NAVAIR. It also acts as stock coordinator for
Inventory managers, under the command of
NAV S U P, exe r c i s e p r i m a r y i nve n t o r y c o n t r o l
reviewing items managed by NAVAIR annually to
responsibility for the various items of supply used by
identify those items that may be transferred to an
the Navy. Inventory control responsibility actions
inventory control point.
The Naval Publications and Forms Directorate of
· determining material and money requirements
NAVICP is responsible for the inventory management
of Navy forms and publications. It is responsible for
· initiating procurement and disposal material
determining requirements, processing requisitions,
· the positioning and repositioning of material
cataloging, and distributing forms and publications. It
performs the initial distribution of publications to
Navy inventory managers participate directly in
activities listed in the Standard Navy Distribution List.
the various Department of Defense and Defense
The Naval Publications and Forms Directorate have
Logistics Agency interservicing and cataloging
three divisions. They are the COG-I Support division,
Physical Distribution division, and Systems Integrity
division. The COG-I Support division has three
All materials used by the Navy are considered as
branches. They are the Publications and Directives
items of supply and will be managed by an ICP.
branch, Forms branch, and Customer Service branch.
Excluded are those items assigned to a single agency or