(WSPD), negotiate changes with TYCOMs as required,
and prepare computer inputs.
. Average SAVAST demand as follows:
Shipboard Nontactical ADP Program
(SNAP I) average monthly demand is
multiplied by three when the demand-based
item (DBI) indicator D is not found in
position 234 of the SAVAST.
When a D indicator is present, the
requisitioning objective quantity is
compared to the ARR quantity and the
higher of the two will become the AVCAL
quantity. The use of requisitioning
objective quantities pertains only to
l Consider ARR constraint exceptions as
designated by the TYCOM and apply the exceptions
l Compute retail requirement levels for
consumable and repairable items for which
NAVICP-Phil has program support responsibility.
. Prepare preliminary AVCAL requirement
packages for OPSITE/TYCOM distribution.
. Submit preliminary AVCAL products to the ship
and the TYCOM according to the AVCAL schedule in
l provide representation for participation in the
AQRC. Negotiate LRCA stock levels and fixed
allowances for other repairable nominated by
conference attendees. Incorporate required changes to
l prepare the final AVCAL and supply aids and
forward to the ship according to the AVCAL schedule.
. Process ACR-F documentation submitted by
. Prepare supplemental AVCALS in support of
major changes in configuration or deckload as required.
Upon completion of the AQRC and override
processing, final AVCAL output (deliverable) products
including tapes and listings will be submitted to the ship
and the TYCOM according to the AVCAL schedule.
The deliverables from the AVCAL process are designed
to interface with the Shipboard Uniform Automated
Data Processing System-Real Time (SUADPS-RT).
The magnetic tape supply aids will update the MRF, the
outstanding requisition file, and the part number and
ARR numbers files within SUADPS. The following
deliverable products comprise the AVCAL.
. The ARR index is a consolidated listing of all
ARRs used to compile the AVCAL.
. The AECL validation list and addendum is
prepared in ARR list code sequence and shows major
component application to specific types of aircraft.
Additional data elements provided include the
Joint Electronics Type Designation System
Aircraft model code
Maintenance level codes (positions 3,4, and
5 of the SM&R code),
Quantity installed by aircraft type,
Total aircraft population.
An AECL addendum that lists ARRs in support of
the aircraft deckload but not identified in the outfitting
directive is developed upon completion of override
l The gross quantity validation lists are multiple
gross requirements listings that display ARR quantities
applicable to line items before optimization. The data
is arranged in both NIIN sequence and in NIIN sequence
within the ARR list code. The ARR list code, compo-
nent code, allowance quantity, and column selected for
each item, including those items with zero allowances,
are shown. If the line item is common to multiple ARRs,
each application and associated data will be displayed.
l The manufacturers cross-reference reports are
multiple listings in NIIN sequence and in part number
sequence within the commercial and government entity
(CAGE) code of all items considered in the ARR gross
computation. The data elements provided include
CAGE and part number, NSN, ARR list, and
l The AVCAL requirements review listing
displays all items that are considered in the AVCAL,
including those with zero allowances, after the
mechanized optimization process. This list is in NIIN
sequence and indicates the program decision made
relative to requirements determination. The data