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monitor his or her functional area of operations and to confirm  processing  of  events  to  BUPERS  and  DFAS  – Cleveland Center. The supervisor resolves problems encountered  by  the  T.O.  and  refers  automatic  data processing  (ADP)  problems  that  are  beyond  his  or  her resolution to the site manager (SM). Terminal  Area  Security  Officer The terminal area security officer (TASO) manages security  aspects  of  SDS  within  the  PERSUPPDET/GSS. The TASO establishes local security procedures and controls  needed  to  protect  SDS  equipment  and  preserve the privacy of SDS data. Site  Manager The SM directs and controls SDS operations within the   PERSUPPDET/GSS.   The   SM   monitors   the operational  status  of  SDS  and  helps  T.O.s  and supervisors  in  the  use  of  SDS  capabilities.  The  SM serves  as  the  liaison  between  the  supervisor  and associate  data  base  administrator  (ADBA)  who  is  at  the PERSUPPACT. The SM refers ADP problems to the ADBA. Associate  Data  Base  Administrator The  ADBA  is  the  SDS  ADP  manager  at  the PERSUPPACT  responsible  for  all  SDS  ADP  functions within   the   PERSUPPACT   network.   The   ADBA coordinates operations of SDS with the SMS and the processing center. He or she is the primary field person who  is  responsible  for  data  security.  All  SDS  ADP problems encountered at the PERSUPPDET or GSS that cannot be resolved by the SM are referred to the ADBA for  resolution.  The  ADBA  contacts  the  user  assistance section (UAS) at BUPERS to resolve SDS problems and to  recommend  improvements  in  procedures  or fictional  capabilities. User Assistance Section A UAS at BUPERS maintains liaison with each ADBA. Major ADP problems are referred to the UAS by the ADBA for resolution by means of trouble reports (TRs) or system change requests (SCRs). The UAS logs problems,   initiates   or   assigns   responsibilities   for corrective  action,  and  communicates  findings  and resolution  of  problems  back  to  the  ADBA.  The  UAS  is also responsible for preparing announcements to users when changes are incorporated into SDS. 1-9 Refer  to  the  Source  Data  System  Procedures Manual (SDSPROMAN), volumes I and II, for more information  concerning  SDS. PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION TRANSFER ORDER AND STANDARD TRANSFER  ORDER The  enlisted  PCSTO  is  normally  used  for  PCS orders  issued  by  the  Chief  on  Naval  Personnel (CHNAVPERS),  the  Enlisted  Personnel  Management Center (EPMAC), the Naval Reserve Personnel Center (NRPC), and any other agency granted order issuing authority by CHNAVPERS or BUPERS. Field  activities  must  use  the  STO  NAVCOMPT Form  536/NAVPERS  1326/11  when  PCSTO  is  not provided.  The  use  of  STOs  is  also  appropriate  for command-initiated  transfers.  Refer  to  the  Enlisted Transfer Manual (ENLTRANSMAN), chapter 23, for more  information  and  preparation  instructions. The need may arise to prepare PCS orders and construct  accounting  data;  for  example,  when  a  member is transferred for temporary duty (TEMDU) to a naval hospital.   The   Financial   Management   Guide   for Permanent   Change   of   Station   Travel   (Military Personnel,  Navy),  BUPERSINST   7040.6,   and   the Financial Management Guide for Permanent Change of   Station   Travel   (Reserve   Personnel,   Navy), BUPERSINST  7040.7,  contain  information  on  how  to construct  accounting  data. Contact the order issuing activity by message or telephone   immediately   if   accounting   data   is   not provided. SIGNATURES ON STANDARD TRANSFER ORDERS The authenticating signature on an STO is made in permanent  black  or  blue-black  ink.  The  signature certifies that all information contained on the STO is correct. The signature must be that of the CO of the transferring activity, or as delegated by the CO to a subordinate  officer,  master  chief,  senior  chief,  chief petty officer, petty officer first class, or civilian. In most instances,   COs   delegate   their   authority   to   other personnel  to  sign  orders.  Personnel  delegated  the authority to sign orders sign by direction. The authorizing signature is affixed only to the original order. In addition to the signature of the CO or another person designated by him or her, the signature of  the  member  being  transferred,  or  senior  traveler  in

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