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An essential part of logistics operations. It covers the basic logistics responsibilities such as inventory management and distribution .
Includes all kinds of property except real estate property which maybe needed in the transaction of official business or for public use in the nature of furniture, stationery, construction materials, livestock's and such other properties of similar nature of equipment for issue to troops, units and installations.
Classification of Supplies
1. As to nature
2. As to source
3. As to technical service
4. As to General classification
Those by which are consumable or perishable in nature and those which lose their identities when attached to a major item property.
Non Expendable Supplies
Those which are durable in nature and which when used do not suffer any material or substantial change or alteration in their sizes or forms. Generally, all equipment fall under this category.
Supplies purchased from appropriated or reimbursable funds of the AFP.
Non Republic Supplies
Supplies acquired by means other than purchase from appropriated or reimbursable funds of the AFP.
Military Assistance Program (MAP) Items
Supplies made available to the AFP by the US government through either Grant Aid at no cost ,or through purchase under the Mutual Security Military Sales Program.
FOUND IN STATION
Un-accounted Property found in station regardless of source.
CAPTURED ENEMY PROPERTY
Property captured from the enemy in the course of military operations, whether within or outside of the Philippine territorial jurisdiction.
Serviceable components reclaimed or recovered from condemned unserviceable property.
Property which are unserviceable and beyond economical repair or property, the residue remaining after serviceable components have been reclaimed from condemned unserviceable property.
Individual issue except Firearms
Weapons, Vehicles, others
All radios and accessories
Construction materials & equipment
Used by the doctors and dentists.
Ammo & Explosives
Personal Demand items
Major end items
Material to support non-mil projects
The personal obligation and responsibility for:
1. Proper care of supplies,
2. Economical use of supplies,
3. Security and proper disposition of supply and equipment
Principles of Supply Discipline
1. Economical Use
2. Safeguarding and preserving
3.Adherence to regulations
Methods of Achieving Supply Economy
2. Application and Practice
a. Proper indoctrination of individual, instill a natural habit of conservation.
b. Stressing of supply economy in every phase of the training.
c. By example of leaders
Application and Practice
Applying the knowledge of training then practice.
Point out minor correction of the present supply economy
Action must be taken against violation of rules for the program of supply economy.
Know whether an instruction on matters pertaining to supply economy and discipline are being adhered.
Instill initiative in the individual to practice improved supply economy.
Something that is owned by a person or the organization. Any asset including cash, title to which is ordinarily transferable between persons.
All properties received by a public officer in any capacity or upon any occasion must be accounted for.
Obligation of an individual for the proper care, custody, safeguarding, disposition of property entrusted to him or under his jurisdiction whether receipted or not.
Types of Responsibility
1. Command Responsibility
2. Supervisory Responsibility
3. Custodial Responsibility (End User)
Commanders of all levels are charged with
command responsibility of all properties under their jurisdiction. They are not included exempted from pecuniary liability.
Officer - RSOs/SAOs
To make good for the loss, damage, destruction of government property caused by mal-administration or negligence.
Applied to any person who exercise supervision over property received, in use, in transit, in storage or undergoing modification or repair. EP - NCOICs
Responsibility that has been assumed by an individual who has acquired physical possession of government property.AM or CE (Property Custodian)
-CONSIDERATION OF DEMAND DATA
-ACTUAL NEED OF END USERS
• PUBLIC BIDDING
• NEGOTIATED PURCHASE
• LIMITED SOURCE BIDDING
• DIRECT CONTRACTING
• REPEAT ORDER
PHASES OF ACQUISITION
•DELIVERY OF ITEMS
STORAGE AND MAINTENANCE
• ENSURE THAT SUPPLIES ARE IN SERVICEABLE CONDITION
• MOVING MATERIALS TO THE POINT OF USE
• LOCATION OF STOCKPILES
• DETERMINATION OF THE AMOUNTS AND TYPES OF MATERIALS
• PROPER DOCUMENTATION (RIS/IRP/ARE)
• SOLD THRU PUBLIC AUCTION