or ordering repair parts. The appropriate shop supervisor is responsible for ensuring that they are prepared according to COMCBPAC/COMCB- LANTINST 4400.3 series.
After the shop supervisor or higher authority authenticates the request, the cost control clerk submits the form to the repair parts storeroom with the ERO, After receiving the required part, the receiver signs NAVSUP Form 1250-1 (fig. 2-1 5) in data block 31. The repair parts person then enters the NSN quantity and price on the ERO worksheet and verifies the issue by initials.
Repair Parts Not in Stock (NIS), Not Carried (NC), or Procured from Salvage or Local Manufacture If the repair part requested is NIS or NC, the storeroom storekeeper marks an "X" in the appropriate box in data block 12 and verifies data entries.
The request for an NIS/NC repair part will be attached to the ERO and returned to the cost control office for review by the maintenance supervisor and assignment of the urgency-of-need designator. The ERO, with NAVSUP Form 1250-1 or 1250-2 attached, is then passed to the cost control clerk, who records the information in the DTO log and DTO Summary Sheet. The cost control clerk pulls the yellow copy of the ERO and files it with the DTO Parts Summary Sheet. Nonoperational ready supply (NORS)/ anticipated nonoperational ready supply (ANORS) entries in the DTO log are annotated in red ink.
Requests for repair parts with an urgency-of- need designator "B" in data block 3 require the approval signature of the ALFA FOUR or designated assistant in data block 30. All urgency- of-need designator "A" requests require the approval signature of the ALFA SIX.
The supply department orders the NIS/NC repair part and returns the yellow copy of NAVSUP Form 1250-1 or 1250-2 (fig. 2-16) within 72 hours after assigning the Julian date and serial number in data block B (fig. 2-15). The Julian date and serial number, referred to as the requisition number, are entered in the DTO log and will always be used for reference whenever a request is made for the requisition status of an outstanding order.
When any NIS/NC repair part is received, the item is given to the DTO clerk. The DTO clerk notates the part received on the DTO log and the appropriate DTO Summary Sheet. The yellow copy of the NAVSUP 1250-1 or 1250-2 (figs. 2-15 and 2-16) is taken from the file and attached to the part, which is then stored in the DTO bin according to the PM group of the equipment for which it was ordered. Any DTO part received for a deadline piece of equipment must be brought to the attention of the maintenance supervisor for disposition.
Repair parts from salvage or local manufacture (fabrication within the unit) may not involve procurement or issue action through the repair parts storeroom but must be documented for purposes of cost control and historical demand.
NON-NSN Requisition, NAVSUP Form 1250-2 (fig. 2-16), is processed in the same manner as NAVSUP Form 1250-1 (fig. 2-15).
The job control number consists of fourteen alphanumeric characters. The first six characters are the service designator (R, V, or N) and unit identification code (UIC). The next four characters are the work center (WC) code (for example, "AAOO") as defined in COMCBPAC/ COMCBLANTINST 4400.3 series. The last four- character group is a locally assigned job sequence number (JSN).
Each year millions of dollars are wasted by ordering wrong parts. As a maintenance supervisor, you are responsible for ensuring that the Construction Mechanics assigned to the technical library are researching and ordering repair parts accurately. Strict adherence to proper supply procedures and a strong working relationship with your supply department will help prevent waste, save the government thousands of dollars, and curb unnecessary CESE downtime.
In the event, for one reason or another, that "the wrong parts" arrive at your site, do NOT ignore the problem. Such actions as hiding or burying them, giving them away, or destroying them are all illegal, and severe disciplinary action can be taken against you. Leaving these parts "onContinue Reading