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106.1 Explain the importance of the Consolidated Shipboard/Shorebased Allowance List
(COSAL/COSBAL) in relation to the commands mission and sustainability.
CONSOLIDATED SEABEE ALLOWANCE LIST a list of the allowed repair parts to be stocked by the NMCB in order to accomplish a mission. Not all APL/AEL items are stocked just the most requested items.
106.2 Discuss the following processes in reference to the COSAL/COSBAL:
a. COSAL validation
b. COSAL updates
The battalion S4 is to validate material in COSAL with each department head. (Do we need more, less, this or that before deployment) The DH is responsible for submitting recommended changes to the
Supply Officer. Changes are done using a Allowance Change Request (ACR) (NAVSUP Form 1220-2):
106.3 Explain how frequently ordered parts affect demand processing.
The allowance quantities are based on the NMCB's demand records.
106.4 Discuss the purpose of the Material Obligation Validation (MOV) Program.
To provide supply personnel and Company Commanders a tool to validate outstanding requisitions. (Is the Material Still required)
106 .5 Discuss the following:
b. BOR
NCF units are granted an Operating Target (OPTAR) by Naval Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) that is utilized to fund required materials and services. The Budget Optar Report is a monthly report to NECC to report how NCF unit funding was Obligated.
106.6 Discuss the following
a. Departmental budget
b. Defense Reutilization Marketing Office (DRMO)
A) The CO provides for an equitable distribution of the OPTAR to the various departments by means of a departmental budget. Each WORK CENTER is required to operate within this budget. The budget may be exceeded only with the approval of the commanding officer.
B) DRMO is where material no longer required by the NCF is disposed. Also DRMO is a resource to get material free issue with S4 approval.
106.7 State the criteria for which a requisition cancellation request is warranted.
Material Outstanding will be canceled when NCF unit has been scheduled for inactivation or the requirement for the material no longer exists. (i.e. decom or JCN is closed out)
106.8 Define the following:
a. Plant property
b. Minor property
a) Plant Property has a unit cost of $100,000 or more and useful life over two years
b) Minor property is acquired for immediate use and having a unit cost between $2,500 and $100,000.
106.9 Discuss what qualifies as a controlled item.
Component or material placed under the direct control of an authorized person or agency (for its purchase, storage, and consumption) because of its cost or scarcity, or classified or harmful nature.
106.10 Explain the purpose of the Allowance Change Request (ACR).
ACR may be required for a) material failure rates which are significantly greater or less than initially estimated; b)new operating areas or conditions which require different levels of support; c). mission assignments which require additional equipment, equipage, and/or repair parts d) technological improvements in equipment/systems and repair parts which can provide the NMCB with additional capabilities.
106.11 Discuss the following forms:
a. NAVSUP 1250-1/1250-2
b. DD Form 1348
c. DD Form 1149
d. DD Form 200
a. NAVSUP 1250-1/1250-2 are used at non automated Det sites as the originating document for all requisitions, turn-ins, and issues, also used to document all loans of shelf tools and tool kits.
b. DD Form 1348 is the DOD Single Line Item Requisition System Document (manual) Obligates funds from Units OPTAR.
c. DD Form 1149 Requisition and Invoice/Shipping Document
d. DD Form 200 Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss to report the facts and circumstances supporting the assessment of financial charges for the loss, damage, or destruction of DOD-controlled property.
106.12 Define the acronyms and state the responsibilities for the following functional
a. ARP
b. CTR
c. CSR
d. MLO
e. Infantry
a.Automotive/ Construction Equipment Repair Parts responsible for the receipt, storage, issue, and inventory control of all CESE repair parts and technical manuals. Typically located in the Alpha yard.
b. Central Tool Room (CTR) is responsible for the receipt, stowage, issue, inventory control, and preventive maintenance of all tools, including kits, power, special and augment tools.
c. Central Store Room is the central shipping and receiving outlet in the battalion and Manages and issues administrative and consumable items of the TOA. Located in Supply spaces.
d. Material Logistics Office staffed by OF-13 rates is responsible for procuring, receiving, storing, issuing, shipping, transferring,
and accounting for all construction project material. Under the S4 officer.
e. Individual Infantry Equipment (782 Gear or PGI) is maintained in accordance with TOA Assembly 02000. The Infantry equipment Outlet Custodian will replace lost or damaged items on a \one-for-one basis. In home port it is the SRG’s responsibility to outfit each Seabee with required gear. Lost/stolen material will require a survey DD200 and a possible pay checkage.
106.13 Define the following abbreviations and acronyms: [ref. f, app. G]
a. NSN
b. COG.
c. APL
d. AEL
e. NC
f. NIS
g. SIM
a) NSN is a 13 digit stock number used to identify an item of material in the Federal Supply System
b) COG is a Two position alpha-numeric code that Identifies the Navy inventory manager, or cognizant authority, of the specific category of material that item falls under. Example: The COG for all CESE is 2C
c) Allowance Parts List (APL) Lists all the repair parts installed in the equipment or component to which it applies. Also lists the equipment or component’s operating parameters and capabilities. Each piece of equipment or component has a separate APL. APLs are filed in Part II of the COSAL.
d) Allowance Equipage List (AEL) Lists all the equipment a specific unit or platform is supposed to have. Examples: Camp Maintenance Builder Shop would have an AEL.
e) Not Carried (NC) is Material the supply department does not stock.
f) Not in Stock (NIS) is Material the supply department carries, but is out of when requested.
g) Selected Item Management (SIM) is under Inventory control. If a part is requested two or more times in a six month period, it is identified for SIM. All SIM items are inventoried quarterly. Non-SIM items are inventoried semi-annually.
106.14 Discuss the purpose of a Report of Deficiency (ROD) (SF-364) and the Quality Deficiency Report (QDR) (SF-368).
a) Report of Deficiency (ROD) - SF 364 Used to record shipping or packaging discrepancies. Material shipped to a wrong activity. Erroneous material or unacceptable substitutes. Items not received or are received in damaged condition (at least $100 per line item). Wrong quantity shipped (at least $100 per line item). Technical data markings are missing or incomplete
b) Quality Deficiency Report (QDR) - SF 368 Documents deficiencies with the quality of the product due to design flaws. Two categories: Category I: Quality deficiency which will cause death or serious injury or illness; would cause loss or major damage to weapon system; directly restricts combat readiness of a unit; or causes production line stoppage. Category II: All other quality deficiencies.
106.15 Describe the functions of a supply department organization.
S4-Supply Officer
S4A-Services to include Disbursing, Food Service, and Billeting.
Material Liaison Office MLO
Outlets S4C to include ARP, CTR, CSR, Infantry Gear Issue (PGI)
102.1 NMCB Specific: State the purpose of the NMCB Table of Allowance TOA as it relates to
B: P32
Use web site:
worth 65 Million Dollars!
B. ABFC: P32 CONSTRUCTION CAPABILITY AUGMENT (CCA) valued at $384,802,452.23! Examples include Asphalt, Waterwell.
What is the ABFC/TOA?
(ABFC/TOA) is a program that displays data at the Component, Facility/Group, Assembly, or NSN level along with the associated drawings and allows search by keys or Key words. All data in NAVFAC Pub P-437 Vol 2, Facility Planning Guide, and the Civil Engineer Support Table of Allowance database is available through this program and its associated databases.
301.2.26 Complete a 1250-1
A) Requisitioning
B) Turn-in
A)Complete in accordance with the NAVSUP P-485 para 3025.
B)Turn-in of DLR items use para 8320-8325.
301.2-27 Complete a DD form 200
Fill out the FINANCIAL LIABILITY INVESTIGATION OF PROPERTY LOSS using instructions located in NAVSUP P-485 in accordance with pars. 5127-5134
301.2.28 Locate a specific item within TOA using ABFC View: