reinduct component when the last bits and
piece parts requirement is received.
The report used for conducting AWP
validation by location is the A W P
Component Overage Report. The printed
report is requested by using conversation
The weekly validation of AWP components against
the related outstanding requisitions should maintain
accurate records. The goal for AWP accuracy is 98
percent. When conducting the validation, record the
results in the following categories:
1. One or more valid outstanding requisitions
exists for each AWP component. Submit
requisitions when a discrepancy is noted.
2. A valid AWP component exists for each
outstanding requisition. Cancel requisitions
when a discrepancy is noted.
3. The component is in the correct location as
reflected in the records. Use conversation code
N649 to update the location.
Supply Screening Unit (SW)
The SSU is responsible for processing repairable
items returned from the IMA. The unit also performs
carcass tracking functions of items that are confirmed
BCM and shipped to the DOP or the hub.
Supply screening unit is responsible for the
. To receive repairable items and associated logs,
records, and documents from the IMA.
. To verify the condition of the component by
using the associated tags, labels, and documents.
. To forward RFI repairable items to the
designated storage areas or pick-up points.
. To ensure NRFI repairable items are shipped
according to the MRIL.
l To process transactions involving material
exhibits for engineering investigation (EI) or
quality deficiency report (QDR).
. To ensure that shipping documents are correct
and all the required markings such as EI or QDR
l To obtain retrograde shipment proof of delivery
copy signed by shipping personnel.
l To process documents for the repair and return
The primary conversation codes used by SSU are
N618 and N667. The supporting conversation codes
used by SSU are N659, N660, N668, N675, N677,
The NALCOMIS contingency operations are
defined as the procedures that must be performed after
the computer system downtime. When the computer is
down or inoperable, manual procedures are used to
continue providing supply support to maintenance.
These manual procedures are established by the
activity. When the computer system operations are
restored, the transactions that were processed manually
are backfitted to NALCOMIS. The backfit/recovery
procedures are performed immediately after the
computer system is restored.
Only authorized personnel are allowed to perform
the backfit/recovery procedures into NALCOMIS. The
conversation codes used for backfit/recovery
procedures are N601, N271, N282, N605, and N602.
Refer to the NALCOMIS Contingency Manual for
more information about the backfit/recovery
The NALCOMIS is capable of producing reports
for supply and maintenance managers and supervisors.
The hardcopy batch reports may be requested by a user
or by an operator.
The user requested reports are submitted via an
on-line conversation in the computer terminal. The
request is automatically sent to the batch process report
queue in the system. The request will be reviewed by
authorized personnel and release the report to be
Operator requested reports are those that are
regularly recurring and are provided without the request
from the user. In the operator initial batch environment,
jobs are submitted by the operator. The batch jobs are
scheduled to run at a lower priority than the jobs running
in the on-line environment. Most of the batch jobs that
are resource intensive are scheduled at off-peak hours
or scheduled downtime periods.
The reports serve as management tools for review
so that action can be taken to correct, adjust, or update