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Performance Assistance Teams Performance assistance teams are available upon request or as directed by the ACC/TYCOM to provide assistance and training to activities in evaluating and improving their performance levels. This assistance includes techniques in performance measuring, strategic planning, and removal of roadblocks hindering mission accomplishment. The teams will conduct an in-depth performance evaluation of the activity. While assisting an activity, supporting and supported activities are usually included. The teams identify performance improvement opportunities and assist in implements- tion of performance improvement actions. AVIATION DEPOT LEVEL REPAIRABLE (AVDLR) MANAGEMENT Strict compliance to procedures is a must during the requisitioning, turn-in, and carcass tracking process of AVDLRs. Managing repairable material has become increasingly important to the Navy. While the number of consumables managed by the Navy has declined, the number of repairable has increased. Because most repairable items are high cost, intensive management is required. A two-priced structure was established for DLRs. hey are the standard price and net price. The price charged depends on whether or not there is a related NRFI turn-in. The standard price is charged if there is no turn-in available. The net price is charged for DLR requisitions that have a turn-in. The net price includes the repair cost, replacement fee (for condemned turn-in), and surcharges. The difference between the two prices is the carcass value. The Management List-Consolidated (ML-C) information of the Federal Logistics (FED LOG) data on compact disc contains the prices of DLR items. REQUISITIONING Depot level repairable (DLRs) are designated Appropriations Stores Account (APA), Navy Stock Account (NSA), or interim supported based on the cognizance symbol assigned. In general, each requisition for an NSA DLR will require a creation of a financial obligation of end-use funds. The following transactions do not require an obligation of end-use funds: l Stock replenishment requisitions for Special Accounting Class (SAC) 207 units that have not converted to end-use l Re-AVCAL, re-SHORCAL, re-COSAL requisitions for activities using end-use procedures Price Obligation The price obligated is the net price when an exchange turn-in is or will be made. The standard price will be obligated when there is no turn-in. The APA and interim support DLRs are requisitioned at standard price but do not require a financial obligation. Both APA and interim support DLR requisitions do not result in an expenditure of end-use funds. Use the Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) when ordering DLRs from the supply system. Requisitions from an end-user maybe submitted by using a DD Form 1348 (6 pt), NAVSUP Form 1250-1, or electrical means (computer). The common method of submitting requisitions off station or off ship is by message via DAAS. High priority requisitions may be transmitted by telephone. Advice Codes An advice code is a mandatory entry in requisitions for DLR items. The advice codes used for requisitioning DLRs are 5A, SD, 5E, 5G, 5R, 5S, 5V, 5W, 5X, 5Y, 52,53,54,56, and 57. The definition of these advice codes are listed in NAVSUP P-437, NAVSUP P-485, and NAVSUP P-545. Requisitions that are submitted with invalid or missing advice codes will be rejected with status code RK. OUTFITTING The Naval inventory control points (NAVICPs) develop allowances for ships and shore stations periodically. The allowances are developed based on the equipment/aircraft to be supported during the next operating cycle. These allowances are tailored to each activity and published in the following forms: . Aviation Consolidated Allowance (AVCAL) . Shore Consolidated Allowance (SHORCAL) List List In addition to the allowances discussed above, the NAVICPs also provide Maintenance Assist Modules (MAMs) and Test Bench Installations (TBIs). The 4-13



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