Unit 1. Customer Service

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Unit 1. Customer Service
2013-07-10 14:11:34

Volume 3. Material Managment
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  1. What is an allowance Standard?
    Are documents that describe the items and quantities of equipment normally required by Air Force activities and individuals to accomplish there mission
  2. Where can you find allowance standards?
    AS are available through on-line query screens in AFEMS (C001)
  3. What is a BOI?
    Represents the maximum quantity of an equipment item that may be authorized If properly substantiated by workload utilization data, or other adequate justification
  4. What code tells you if an equipment item is an EAID item?
    Equipment management code (EMC)
  5. How are non-EAID items identified?
    As ERRCD NF1
  6. What form is used to request equipment items where the approval authority is at base level or below?
    AF Form 2005
  7. What form is prepared to recommend/request changes to equipment allowance standards?
    AF Form 601
  8. When are multiple items with different federal supply classes included on a single AF Form 601 requiring higher than base level approval?
    When the requirements are against the same ASC and the background and justification for all the items are the same
  9. What AFEMS (C001) screen is used to input an AF Form 601 request?
    The automated allowance change request (TACR)
  10. List the four situations when you would NOT input a 601 in to AFEMS (C001)?
    Explosive ordinance disposal (EOD) equipment, special weapons, multiple items, or requests containing classified information
  11. What is the purpose of authorized and in-use details?
    To control and account for the item from the time of issue to turn-in
  12. What TRIC is used to load, change, or delete EAID records?
  13. What FCI format do you use to load an authorized/in-use detail?
    FCI Format 1
  14. What are the two methods for processing equipment turn-ins?
    Post-Post and Prepost
  15. Which turn-in method is used to process the TIN after picking up the property?
    Post-Post is used for after picking up property
  16. How are non-EAID items turned in?
    Prepared on AF Form 2005 using TRIC TIN and activity code P
  17. How are EAID turn-ins processed?
    Processed using TRIC TIN with activity code E
  18. What reject is produced when you try to process a turn-in against an NSN that has due-outs?
    383 Reject
  19. What TRIC is used to transfer equipment from one custodian account to another?
  20. What listing provides you with the capability to ensure that equipment authorizations are maintained within prescribed allowances?
    Q09- Allowance Source code listing
  21. What is identified by the Q10 as a result of comparing the authorized quantity against the in-use and due-out quantities?
    Identifies out-or-balance conditions
  22. What is the primary purpose of the CA/CRL?
    To serve as a custody receipt when signed by the property custodian
  23. What does a CA/CRL jacket file normally consist of?
    Consists of current CA/CRL and a letter appointing a primary and alternate custodian to that particular account
  24. How often are CA/CRL jacket files verified?
    Verified quarterly to ensure that a current CA/CRL is on file
  25. Who may sign for equipment?
    Only Primary, alternate or organization commander may sign
  26. AFGLSC
    Processes equipment transfers when they are identified by the equipment accountability office
  27. EAO
    Oversees all equipment items and serves as the base equipment review and authorization activity (ERAA)
  28. Property Custodian
    Assumes custodial responsibility for equipment on their account
  29. Every individual
    Each individual is financially liable and must compensate the AF for property lost, destroyed, or damaged due to his or her mismanagement or negligence in its use, care, custody, or safeguarding