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does not get any repair part money. The money supply  gets  is  from  issues  of  stock  to  these departments.  This  money  is  used  by  supply  to order  stock  that  has  been  depleted. Other Budget The second departmental budget report is for other  and  equipage  grants.  This  report  is  made out at the same time that the repair parts report. This budget money is divided up between every department on the ship. In addition to the usual departments you also could have some additional headings such as vehicle rental, charter and hire, habitability, damage control, and services. If your ship  issues  consumables,  you  will  have  another heading  for  stock.  Only  those  ships  in  the  fleet having  enough  storage  room  make  consumable issues. CONTROLLED  EQUIPAGE The term equipage  refers  to  those  noninstalled and  relatively  durable  items  that  are  located  in operating  spaces  or  other  designated  areas  to support  recurring  operational,  maintenance,  or administrative  functions,  or  to  provide  for  the health,  comfort,  or  safety  of  the  crew.  Equipage does   not   only   include   installed   mechanical, electrical,   ordnance,   or   electronic   equipment. Equipage items generally are identifiable to end- use  application  aboard  ships  to  the  extent  that  an allowed  quantity  of  the  item  can  be  determined on an individual ship basis. The equipage items will  have  an  allowance  equipage  list  (AEL) number assigned. The  definition  of  controlled   equipage  refers to those items of equipment that require special management control because the material is either essential   for   protection   of   life   or   relatively valuable  and  easily  convertible  to  personal  use. Controlled equipage generally is carried on board in  allowance  quantities  only.  This  requires  special inventory  controls  by  the  supply  department. Items that are classified as such are listed in the NAVSUP  P-485. Designation  of  Controlled  Equipage The controlled equipage item list (CEIL) is an item listing that the FLTCOMs developed jointly for special inventory control. The items selected to  be  managed  as  controlled  equipage  are  cate- gorized  and  listed  as  either  signature  or  non- signature required items in the NAVSUP P-485. If  the  commanding  officer  or  TYCOM  does not consider the CEIL in the NAVSUP P-485 to be sufficiently inclusive, he or she may designate as controlled equipage additional equipage items that he or she deems necessary to be so controlled. Also he or she may designate as signature required any of the nonsignature required items listed in the NAVSUP P-485 when he or she considers such additional  control  to  be  necessary.  Items  desig- nated  by  the  commanding  officer  are  identified in   a   list   prepared   by   the   supply   officer   and approved  by  the  commanding  officer.  The  original of  the  list  is  retained  by  the  supply  officer  and a  copy  is  provided  to  each  department  head. When items are designated by the TYCOM, the supply  officer  retains  a  copy  of  the  TYCOM’s directive and provides a copy to each department head. Custody  Codes Each  equipage  item  listed  in  the  AELs  and part  III,  section  B,  of  the  COSAL  issued  since June  1973  is  assigned  a  single  alpha  code  that indicates   whether   the   item   is   controlled   or noncontrolled  equipage.  If  controlled  equipage, the  code  also  indicates  whether  or  not  custody signature  is  required  and  the  department(s) normally  assigned  custodial  responsibility.  See figure  4-13  for  a  list  of  custody  codes. When  distributed  by  the  SPCC,  COSALs having  equipage  items  that  are  custody  coded will  be  accompanied  with  partially  prepared Controlled Equipage Custody Records, NAVSUP Forms 306, for each item that has a custody code. The NAVSUP Forms 306 are provided for use as custody  records,  after  other  required  data  such as department, card number, additional descrip- tion,  and  serial  numbers  are  entered. Custody  Record The controlled equipage custody record is the prescribed  form  for  use  as  a  custody  record and  inventory  control  document  for  controlled equipage in nonautomated ships. When items are designated  as  controlled  equipage  by  the  com- manding   officer   or   TYCOM,   the   notation   CO DESIGNATED   ITEM   or   TYCOM   DESIG- NATED  ITEM,  as  appropriate,  will  be  entered on  the  top  or  bottom  margin  of  the  NAVSUP Form  306. 4-17

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