Use record positions 40-43 for entering the
four-position serial number of the requisition. The
document number assigned by the requisitioner will be
cited in all supply and financial documents. Therefore,
do not assign duplicate serial numbers on the same day.
Positions 40 and 41 may consist of alpha or numeric
characters. However, use G in the first position only for
Not Mission Capable Supply (NMCS) requisitions.
Also, use G for Partial Mission Capable Supply
(PMCS), Anticipated NMCS, and Broad Arrow
requisitions. Appendix C of OPNAVINST 4790.2
(series) provides definitions for NMCS, PMCS, and
ANMCS terms. Project code ZF7 signifies Broad Arrow
requirements. Broad Arrow is the requirement for
non-operational ground support equipment (GSE) used
in direct support of aircraft. Broad Arrow is a condition
that is used when GSE is down and there is no backup
GSE locally available. Requirements for material or
services needed to correct a casualty report (CASREP)
are indicated by a W in position 40. The remaining
positions of the serial number will be numeric
(001-999). The SUADPS-RT support procedures
provide a standard document numbering system for
Special Accounting Class (SAC) 207 activities. The
following text describes the recommended assignment
of some serial numbers.
Aviation Fleet Maintenance (AFM) Charges
Serial Number Assigned to
Intermediate maintenance (work
E0 - E9
Organizational maintenance (squadron/
Y0 - Y9
Flight Operations (FLTOPS) Charges
Squadron and ships aircraft
G0 - G8
W0 - W9
Ships CASREP requisitions
Assigned to different divisions of the
ship. The divisions of the supply
department use serial numbers 80-89.
The Aviation Stores division (S-6) uses
86 series document numbers.
Use record position 44 for entering the Demand
code. Demand code R (recurring demand) will result in
the inventory manager reinvesting the funds to replace
the sales. Therefore, the next time a customer demands
the item, it will be available. If the customer enters an
N (nonrecurring demand), the inventory manager will
not reinvest the funds unless the item needs replacement
to cover other requirements. The following paragraphs
describe the rules for coding demands.
Assign a Recurring Demand code (R) to all
requisitions when the item is a replacement for stock or
is in use. These items include equipage, repairable
items, repair parts, and consumable. Some examples are
stock replenishment and preventive maintenance
material, such as oil and lubricants and general-use
consumables. All requisitions for cognizance 0I and 1I
material will have Demand code R assigned.
Assign Nonrecurring Demand code (N) to all
requisitions when the required item is not a replacement
for an existing item in use or stock. Some examples of
requisitions that need a Nonrecurring Demand code are
initial stocks and initial outfitting requirements.
Use record positions 45-50 for entering the
supplementary address. The requisitioner may use this
field to tell the supplier who is to receive material, status,
or billing. When used for this purpose, record position
45 will contain the Service code. Also, record positions
46-50 will contain the UIC of the activity. The
requisitioner also may use this field for local controls.
When used for this purpose, enter Y in record position
45 and any combinations of letters and numbers in
record position 46-50.
Use record position 51 for entering the Signal code.
The Signal code serves a dual purpose. It identifies the
activity to receive the material and the activity to receive
the billing. Signal codes D and M are for free-issue
items. Refer to Appendix A12 of NAVSUP P-437 for a
list of Signal codes and their meanings.
Use record positions 52-53 for entering the Fund
code. The two-digit Fund code was developed to bill an
activity properly for the material received. Unless a
requisition has Signal code D or M (free issue) in record
position 51, enter the Fund code from NAVSO P-3013,
Appendix II. Leave this field blank if the requisition is