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Supply (DanG!)
2011-05-23 13:33:23

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  1. For a credit card purchase, how much can you spend up to?
  2. Open purchase starts at what minimum amount of dollars?
    $3000 or more
  3. What is the dollar cap on a servmart run?
  4. What does OMMS-NG stand for?
    Organizational Maintenance Management System- Next Generation
  5. What is the DD Form 200 also known as?
    The Survey Report
  6. What is the Survey Report used for?
    To document lost or damaged items of value $6000 or greater.
  7. What does FEDLOG stand for?
    Federal Logistics
  8. What two things does FEDLOG tell you about an item?
    Price and Manufacturer
  9. What does SPMIG stand for?
    Standard PMS Maintenance Information Guide
  10. How many digits does a CAGE Code have?
  11. What does CAGE stand for?
    Commercial and Gov't Entity
  12. What is a CAGE Code used for?
    The Gov't buys items from multiple commercial companies. The CAGE code is a unique number that represents that particular company in case their is a discrepancy.
  13. What is the NAVSUP 2002?
    List of forms or publications
  14. What does GDSC stand for?
    Global Distance Support Center
  15. What is one touch?
    The computerized GDSC
  16. What does ATAV stand for?
    Afloat Total Asset Visibility
  17. What does QDR stand for? What is its form?
    • Quality Deficiency Report.
    • SF 368
  18. What does SDR stand for?
    What is its form?
    • Supply Discrepancy Report.
    • SF 364
  19. What does DLR stand for?
    Depot Level Repair
  20. How many types of codes are their for DLR?
    2: Advice Codes and COG Codes
  21. What are the Advice codes for DLR?
    • 5S- Remain in place (5 Stay)
    • 5G- Turn in (5 Go)
  22. What are the 6 categories of Hazardous Materials?
    FATCOC: Flammable , Aerosol, Toxic, Corrosive, Oxidizing Materials, and Compressed Gases
  23. What is incompatible materials
    Substances that should not be stored near each other because any contact between them would cause a hazardous new substances. i.e. ammonia and bleach.
  24. What are the steps to take in case of a Hazardous Material spill?
    • *Notify DC Central
    • *Post a safety watch
    • *Remove/Wash down spilled
    • *Ventilate/Disinfect space
  25. What are the steps to take in case of a Toxic spill, or dangerous in nature such as a CHT Leak?
    • *Evacuate the Space
    • *Notify DC Central/OOD/DCA
    • *Secure spill area to all traffic
    • *Wait until proper responders arrive and take control of the situation
  26. What are the PPE requirements when dealing with Hazardous Material?
    • Coveralls/Aprons
    • Rubber Gloves/Leather Gloves
    • Steel Tip Boots/Rubber Boots
    • SCBA and EEBD
    • Safety Goggles/Face Shield
  27. What is hazardous material?
    any material b/c of quantity, concentration, physical or chemical characteristics, may pose a substantial danger to human health or environment when accidently spilled.
  28. What is hazardous waste?
    Any material which is discarded and meets the definition of hazardous material
  29. What is Oily Waste?
    Material generated by the ship during operation and is usually found in the bilge. that oily waste is usually measured by an Oil Content Monitor and then separated by an oily waste separator for discharge.
  30. What is Waste Oil?
    Any oil residue or the turn in Oil as waste after use. IE used in cooking oil and engine oil.
  31. What is OPNAVINST 3100.6?
    What is OPNAVINST 5090.1?
    • OPREP-3 Reporting
    • Environmental Protection Manual
  32. How should a oil spill in the ocean be reported?
    • Via a SITREP with documentation to include response action performed.
    • Notify US Coast Guard or Local Authority
  33. What does MSDS stand for?
    Material Safety Data Sheet
  34. What can you find on a MSDS?
    • Identity of the material
    • Hazard Ingredients
    • Physical and Chemical Characteristics
    • Health and Physical Hazards
    • Precautions and Safe Handling
    • Emergency First Aid Procedures
    • MSDS Preparation Date
    • Chemical Manufacturer info
  35. What does HMUG stand for?
    What is it?
    Hazardous Material User's Guide
  36. What is the official Dept Navy label?
    DD-2521 and DD-2522
  37. Where are the spill containment stations located?
    On the port and starboard sponsons next to the refueling stations
  38. What are discharge limitations from land for:
    Paint/Mineral Spirits?
    Oily Waste?
    • Trash= 25nm
    • Garbage= 12nm
    • Sewage= 3nm
    • Paint/Mineral Spirits= not
    • Oily Waste= 12-50nm
  39. What is the purpose of the Fleet Frieght Cargo Message?
    Who Generates it?
    To provide a Continuous update of routing instructions in accordance to the ship's schedule.

    COMLOGWESTPAC generates it.
  40. What does the Fleet Frieght Cargo Message contain?
    Location/Port where ship will receive cargo, with inclusive dates.
  41. What does BDFA stand for?
    What NAVSUP form does it use?
    • Basic Daily Food Allowance
    • NAVSUP 1359
  42. How many different parts is the BDFA broken into?
    Where is the BDFA generated from?
    5- Rations, Cash Statement, Receipts, Expenditures, and Subcharges.

    The DOD Food Cost Index, and it changes everyday
  43. How often is the BDFA submitted?

    Where is the NAVSUP form 1359 submitted to?
    Every month on the 5th

  44. What does NTCSS stand for?
    Naval Tactical Command Support System
  45. How does R-Supply, Radmin, OMMS-NG connected?
  46. What is the purpose of FEDLOG?
    Allows users to retrieve information from the FEDLOG INFO SYS FLIS database
  47. What is GDAPL?
    General Distribution Allowance Parts List- database to lookup APLs/AELs.
  48. What is NALCOMIS?
    Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Info Sys
  49. What are the 3 objectives of NALCOMIS?
    • 1. To increase aircraft readiness by providing timely and accurate info for decision making.
    • 2. To reduce the administrative burden on the fleet.
    • 3. To improve the quality of upline reported data.
  50. What is R-Supply?
    Provides online, real time interactive capability for automated supply and financial management such as the Configuration, Inventory, Logistics Financial & Management, and query functions.
  51. How many levels of R-Supply are there?
    • 2- Force Level- Big Activities
    • Unit Levels- Small Activities
  52. What does NIIN stand for?
    • National Item ID Number
    • National Stock Number
  53. How many digits in a NIIN?
    • 9
    • 13
  54. Who is DISBO?
    ENS Colon
  55. What is the Safety Manual?
    OPNAVINST 5100.19E
  56. What is the purpose of the RPPO?
    To be the liaison between Supply dept and theie division.
  57. How many processes of COSAL are there?
  58. What are non-aviation Depot Level Repairables identified by?
    Cognizant codes.
  59. What are examples of cognizant codes?
    7HERS: 7H 7E 7G 7Z 7N 7R 2S 2F
  60. What is ATAV?
    • Afloat Total Asset Visibility
    • Allows Afloat units to see what assets are available on other afloat units.
  61. What is the purpose of GDSC?
    Provides worldwide support with full asset visibility to afloat and shore commands
  62. What is CMP?
    • Continuous Monitoring Program
    • used to investigate and correct business processes that affect CMP pulse point area which provides useful info to the Supply dept team and help them to improve support to the ship
  63. What is your Fleet COSAL Feed Back Report?
    Expressmart (Servmart Run) form?
    • NAVSUP 1371
    • NAVSUP 1314