Requirement Determination, Inventory Management & Disposal
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It is the capability to project and anticipate the amount of support and the ability to predict events that will possibly influence the demand on military resources.
It serves as the prime consideration of the AFP Logistics System.
It varies greatly through mission and environment of the forces deployed. It may be obtained by construction contruction, purchase or rental.
These are materiel support requirements that vary depending on environment, tactical concept, training level, and intensity of combat.
Logistics Services Requirments
These are furnished by military organizations, government organizations and contractors.
List of items that are proven by experience to be sufficiently active and are authorized to be stocked.
It refers to the quantity of goods that is held for some purpose or use.
It is the process of efficiently overseeing the constant flow of units into and out of an existing inventory.
Level of Supply
A general supply term used to plan and control supply operations.
It refers to the maximum quantity of materiel authorized to be hand and in order to sustain certain operations.
It refers to the quantity of materiel required to sustain operation in the interval between requisitions or between the arrivals of successive shipment.
The quantity of materiel in addition to the operating level required to be on hand to permit continuous operations where there is minor interruption in the demand.
It refers to the maximum quantity of material authorized to be on hand to sustain the current operations and to meet unforeseen requirements.
The point in time when a stock replenishment requisition should be submitted to maintain the stockage objective.
It refers to the supplies accumulated in excess of the requisitioning objective and authorized to be retained for specific purpose.
It refers to materials having a ready resale value highly and technical or hazardous in nature.
It refes to unserviceable, condemned, in excess and all items that are no longer needed in operation and rendered obsolete due to changes to procedures, functions or usage patterns.
A decrease in an asset's value due to usage (wear and tear) over time. It also refers to a method of allocating the cost of a tangible asset over its useful life.
The primary mode of disposal pursuant to Department Order Nr 77.
The purpose of this disposal sub-process is to set the government's minimum selling price or the floor price and to ensure that governement receives fair compensation for items sold.
Condemnation/Destruction of Property
Valueless, unsalable or hazardous property may be condemned and destroyed by pounding,burning,breaking,shredding,throwing or any other method by which the property is disposed beyond economic recovery.
Transfer of Property
Upon the initiative of the owning agency or upon submission of request to the owning agency, property recommended for disposal may be transferred to another government agency. Transfer shall be done either with or without cost.
It refers to a modified form of "Transfer of Property" wherein an agency transfwrs property to another government agency in exchange for another piece of property.
Donation of Property
Property recommended for disposal may be donated to charitable, scientific, educational or cultural institutions.
Supply Accountable Officer (SAO)
Accomplishes dropping of accountability form; requests resident Auditor to drop item from the book of accounts.
It refers to a partial payment upon determination of the winning bid or awardee.
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