Submit an annual planning budget to the 2ndNCB/3rdNCB by 1 September of each year.
The 2ndNCB/3rdNCB budget call is normally issued during the January/February timeframe. This budget call is for camp investment items (non-TOA, nonstandard, greater than ,000 unit price). Refer to NAVCOMPT Manual 074060 for specifics on investment items. The CMO coordinates with the 2ndNCB/3rdNCB DET to identify replacement requirements that are satisfied by planned replacements or new requirements. For emergent requirements during the course of the deployment, the resident battalion sends a message request to COM2NDNCB/COM3RDNCB for priority consideration. The message outlines the need for replacement and contains all necessary supporting justification. For any industrial plant equipment (IPE) procurement over ,000, higher command approval is required. For non-IPE, higher command approval is required for all procurements of noncentrally managed equipment over ,000.
Although the 2ndNCB camp facilities are on the host command plant account records, the 2ndNCB is responsible for funding all camp maintenance efforts. Host commands do not provide funding. This is a primary difference in camp maintenance operations between 2ndNCB and 3rdNCB. The 2ndNCB pays the costs of correcting all AIS deficiencies within local authority. Because host commands provide no funding, MRP log keeping and fund tracking are not required at 2ndNCB camps.
Camp class I (real estate) and class II (facilities) property are controlled by host activities. As real estate and facility holders, the host commands provide financial support for routine maintenance and cyclical repair of facilities. However, additional costs for maintenance or repairs that are beyond those prescribed by the hosts and that are performed at the request of the tenant are funded by the tenant. Maintenance, performed on facilities and property (classes III and IV) held by 3rdNCB, is the financial responsibility of the NCF.
A monthly summary of MRP fund use by line item is forwarded to the 3rdNCB and the host command via the 3rdNCB DET OIC at the end of each month. This monthly report includes the balance of funds, item description, cost, date, project number, and quantity. The purpose of this report is to provide the host command with detailed information on where MRP funds are being expended. The MRP fund log provides the data needed for this report.
The battalion turnover of camp maintenance includes a thorough visual inspection of all facilities, utility systems, and dynamic equipment. As a minimum, the inspection determines the availability of the following:
1. Current camp maintenance plan.
2. Facility and equipment history jackets, including the most recent facility inspection reports.
3. As-built drawings of all camp facilities.
4. Utility system and equipment manuals, complete with nameplate data operating instructions, drawings, specifications, and repair parts requirements.
5. All outstanding specific job orders and E/S forms.
6. SJO file.
7. Emergency/service log.
8. PMS checkoff cards for all camp/facility- related dynamic equipment.
9. Project shop load plan.
10. Job requirements and status charts that contain a minimum maintenance backlog of 900 man-days.
11. Up-to-date master of the annotated AIS report. The two CMOs meet with the 2ndNCB/3rdNCB DET and the host SCE/PWO to discuss the AIS and set the stage for the upcoming control inspections.
12. Camp maintenance budget.
13. Current inventory of camp maintenance materials and spare parts.
14. Current maintenance service contracts.
15. Class III and class IV plant property records.Continue Reading