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When reference is made to ships or afloat units in this publication, it applies to all units designated to use this publication. It is designed to assist supply personnel in the proper performance of their assigned duties and to aid them in understanding and performing their individual tasks associated with afloat supply operations.
The procedures contained in this publication are the minimum essential acceptable supply management procedures and are mandatory unless specifically stated as being optional. Additional controls may be prescribed by the Commanding Officer or Supply Officer when circumstances indicate the need for more stringent control. This publication is also intended as a training manual for officers and enlisted personnel and as a guide in handling supply problems that are not a matter of regulation.
Unless otherwise specified, all references to Appendices found in this manual are referring to the Appendices in Volume II. The lowest unit of a paragraph or subparagraph breakdown applicable will be used. The pages of a chapter are numbered in sequence with Arabic numerals from 1.
Each page number is preceded by the number of the chapter. For example, the fifteenth page of chapter 1 is numbered The index is numbered in sequence with Arabic numbers preceded by the letter i. The number in the upper left corner of the left page indicates the number of the first paragraph on that page. The number in the upper right corner of the right page indicates the last paragraph on that page. The names, dates, and figures are unofficial and are intended only to add clarity and realism.
Information which does not logically lend itself to location by this method may be located in the index at the end of this publication. The use of such pronouns and adjectives precludes the need for repeating the position title in the second and subsequent sentences of these paragraphs, thereby making the text easier to read.
However, since the duties and responsibilities described may be performed by or assigned to female personnel, the pronouns he and him and the adjective his in this publication always will be interpreted to mean he or she, him or her, and his or hers respectively. CHANGES Changes to this publication, numbered consecutively, are issued in page form to all activities on the automatic distribution list.
The cover sheet of each change must be read carefully because the instructions appearing thereon vary from change to change. Pertinent Special Information or Special Instructions may be included. Instructions regarding insertion of the change in the publication are always included. In addition, revisions of policy or procedure are summarized and identified by paragraph number.
A notation indicating the change number, the date the change was received, and the signature of the person making the change will be placed in the appropriate columns on the Record of Change Information Sheet in the front of the publication. New, revised, or deleted instructions summarized on the cover sheet are identified on the pages comprising the change by arrows placed vertically or horizontally in the binding or outside margin to identify the area of revision, as follows: line or lines on which a revision occurs line on which the revision begins line on which the revision ends A down arrow placed on the last line of an organizational unit paragraph, subparagraph, or item , and an up arrow placed on the first line of the following unit indicates deletion of a unit.
Reference or non-procedural revisions of such insignificance as not to require a summary on the cover sheet of the change are not identified by arrows. Recommendations submitted concerning procedures of inventory management, submit copy to the Inventory Control Point, which will forward comment, if appropriate, to the Naval Supply Systems Command within 15 days.
Forwarded for consideration. It is designed to serve the following purposes: a. Verification of the currency of the publication, in whole or in part the publication, a chapter, a page , at anytime by anyone; b.
The P may be viewed, downloaded or printed using the Adobe Acrobat Reader Software a free copy of this software may also be downloaded. All published changes have been inserted into the basic publication. It operates under the authority, direction, and control of the Secretary of Defense. It is composed of the executive part of the Department of the Navy; the Headquarters United States Marine Corps; the entire operating forces, including naval aviation of the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps, and the reserve components of those operating forces; and all shore field activities, headquarters, forces, bases, installations, activities, and functions under the control or Supervision of the Secretary of the Navy.
Under the direction, authority, and control of the Secretary of Defense, he is responsible for the policies and the control of the Department of the Navy, including its organization, administration, operation, and efficiency.
This includes budgeting, accounting, disbursing, financing and internal review, progress and statistical reporting. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy Financial Management is also responsible for all matters related to management information systems and automatic data processing systems and equipment, except for ADPE integral to a weapons system. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy Shipbuilding and Logistics is responsible for the overall supervision of all stages of the acquisition of naval ships funded by the appropriation Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy.
Additional responsibilities include: a. The business, contractual, manpower, and logistic support aspects of the Department of the Navy Acquisition programs, including policy and administration of affairs related thereto; c. The maintenance, alteration, supply, distribution, and disposal of material; d. All transportation matters; e. The acquisition, construction, utilization, improvement, alteration, maintenance, and disposal of real estate and facilities, including capital equipment, utilities, housing and public quarters; NAVSUP P Volume I - Afloat Supply Organization and Administration f.
Printing and publications; g. Labor relations with respect to contractors with the Department of the Navy; h. Industrial security; i. Supervision of offices and organizations as assigned by the Secretary. The Chief of Naval Operations CNO is the principal naval adviser to the President and to the Secretary of the Navy on the conduct of war, and the principal naval adviser and naval executive to the Secretary of the Navy on the conduct of the activities of the Department of the Navy.
CNO also: a. Exercises area coordination authority over all shore activities of the Department of the Navy to ensure that efforts afford adequate support to the combatant forces and are coordinated among themselves to assure economy and efficiency of operation; c.
Responsible for planning and providing for current and future requirements of the Navy less assigned Marine Corps forces for manpower, material, facilities, and services; plans for and determines the research, and provides for development, test, and evaluation needs which are adequate and responsive to long range objectives, immediate requirements, fiscal limitation, and advancing technology; d. Ensures the organization, training, preparation, and readiness of Naval forces, including those to be assigned to unified or specified combatant commands, and also provides administrative and logistic support to the headquarters of the unified and specified commands as well as their subordinate commands which are assigned to the Department of the Navy; maintains water transportation services, including a sea transportation service for the Department of Defense; e.
Inspects and investigates components of the Department of the Navy to determine and maintain efficiency, discipline, readiness, effectiveness, and economy. The Commandant of the Marine Corps is directly responsible to the Secretary of the Navy for the Marine Corps administration, discipline, internal organization, training, efficiency, readiness, operation of its material support system, and overall performance of the Marine Corps.
The Commandant of the Marine Corps is also responsible for planning and determining the support needs of the Marine Corps for equipment, weapons systems, materials, supplies, facilities, maintenance and supporting services. The Naval Supply Systems Command will provide for and meet those material support needs of the Department of the Navy that are within the assigned material support responsibility of the Naval Supply Systems Command.
Except as otherwise provided by the charters issued to the other commands or by the Chief of Naval Operations, the Naval Supply Systems Command is responsible for the following functions: a. Providing supply management policies and methods technical guidance to activities of the Navy and Marine Corps, including provisioning, cataloging, inventory management, distribution, materials handling, traffic management, transportation, packaging, preservation, receipt, storage, issue, and disposal functions.
In the performance of this responsibility as it pertains to naval material, the Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command, will utilize the material management experience and capabilities of the other systems commands, derived from the accomplishment of their assigned material support responsibilities. Providing staff assistance to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy Shipbuilding and Logistics in matters relating to supply, distribution, and disposal of naval material; and in collaboration with the Commandant of the Marine Corps, providing coordination in the preparation of directives and positions on such matters having common application to both Navy and Marine Corps material; c.
Performing assigned material support functions with respect to: material handling equipment, special clothing, food and other naval material for which such responsibility is not otherwise assigned; e. Performing supply management functions with respect to items of naval material which are assigned to the Naval Supply Systems Command for that purpose; f.
Maintaining the official stores accounts for Navy material entrusted to the custody of an accountable officer; g. Managing, funding, and controlling, worldwide, the transportation of Navy property and the authorization and administration of the transportation and storage of property of naval and civilian personnel consistent with responsibilities assigned to the single manager agencies for transportation; h.
Researching and developing efforts associated with the functions, methods, equipment, and materials assigned; i. Providing technical guidance with respect to preparation and service of food in galleys except at naval hospitals , and providing assistance in the planning and layout of supply spaces ashore and afloat. The Naval Supply Systems Command has cognizance of the procurement of materials and services throughout the department of the Navy for which no other procuring activity, office, or command is otherwise delegated procurement authority.
In the discharge of this responsibility, the Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command may delegate appropriate procurement authority to personnel, both within and without his command, whom he designates as contracting officers. He may also authorize the heads of activities under his command to redelegate their procurement authority, or a portion thereof, to responsible personnel within their respective activities whom they designate as contracting officers..
Such authority will be exercised in accordance with limitations and requirements prescribed by the Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command and applicable regulations. Material and Services for other Navy Procuring Activities. Within the limits of its capabilities, the Naval Supply Systems Command will procure material and services for other Navy procuring activities when requested to do so. The Naval Supply Systems Command is responsible for conducting the formalities of procurement by formal advertising for other Navy procuring activities to the extent provided in applicable regulations.
The Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command, as the Navys supply manager, will be responsible for the development and supervision of the Navy Supply System as an integrated and comprehensive entity. He is responsible also for combining into one overall system those supply and distribution systems composed of inventory managers, distribution activities, and methods of operation that function on the basis of centralized control of item assets and have as their objective responsive and efficient material support of the operating forces of the Navy, the hardware systems commands, and other offices and organizations.
Navy inventory managers are those organizational elements assigned the primary responsibility for the management of assigned groups or classes of items of supply. The primary function of a Navy inventory manager is to assure the proper balance between requirements and assets which will provide effective and efficient support to the fleet and the shore field activities of the Navy. A complete list of Navy inventory managers is contained in Appendix Inventory control responsibility requires the application of managerial supervision to integrate the actions involved in computation of quantitative and monetary requirements, initiation of procurement and disposal action, the positioning and repositioning of material, and the development of world wide quantitative and monetary inventory data.
All material used by the Navy will be considered as items of supply and will be managed by the ICP except items assigned for management to a single agency or military service inventory manager for supporting retail stock or end use requirements of all the military services, and items managed by other Navy inventory managers. In managing consumer end-use material, FISCs are responsible for determining inventory levels, procuring, receiving, stowing, issuing, shipping or delivering material to the customer.
Fleet units send requisitions to the FISCs. FISCs also contract out to provide Servmarts which function as retail outlets. Fleet customers can use the Servmarts on a walk-in basis or have material delivered. An on-line shopping tool through the internet provides a standardized global means for procuring Servmart material. This responsibility includes, but is not limited to the following: a. Conducting purchase training programs buying activity with PMR ; b. Assisting Type Commanders in reviewing and appraising afloat performance of purchasing functions buying activity with PMR ; e.
The Fleet and Industrial Supply Center located in San Diego has regional purchasing functions for procurement actions accomplished under Small Purchasing procedures. The Naval Shipyards NSYs Norfolk, Pearl Harbor and Puget Sound are Navy owned, operated, and funded industrial installations stocking a selected range of material for the support of assigned industrial and maintenance requirements.
Material management supply functions are provided by respective FISCs, under partnership agreements. The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is assigned a mission of stocking a selected range of Navy owned material for the support of Fleet units and Navy shore activities.
Together they constitute the Afloat Central Design Agency CDA responsible for designing, developing, integrating, implementing, and sustaining Fleet logistic, financial, and maintenance automated information systems.
Fleet Commanders have the following logistic responsibilities: a. Promulgation of general logistic policies, plans, and orders for the support of Fleet and shore activities in the area; b. Establishment of standards of logistics and logistic readiness; c. Coordination of logistic activities of subordinate commanders; e. To assist in carrying out his logistic responsibilities, each fleet Commander has a professional adviser for supply and transportation matters, the fleet Supply Officer.
The U. These are as follows: a.
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