Figure 7-12.-Survey procedures flow chart.
Distribution of DD Form 200
After the final action, distribute copies of DD Form
200 according to the following texts.
ORIGINAL. The activity retains the original
copy with all the attachments, except when needed by
DUPLICATE. This copy is returned to the proper
property officer to replace the quadruplicate copy that
may then be destroyed. Submit this copy to higher
authority when required.
TRIPLICATE. Destroy this copy if there is no
financial liability involved. If there is financial liability
involved, send this copy to the disbursing officer.
The individual who started the survey may keep the
remaining copies of DD Form 200 for local use.
Forward copies of DD Form 200 for surveys exceeding
0,000 to the type commander with monthly financial
The term offload applies to material turned in to
shore activities for stock use, or disposal. These shore
activities include fleet industrial support centers
(FISCs), defense reutilization and marketing offices
(DRMOs), and supply departments. The primary reason
for offloading material is to reduce the onhand quantity
to the authorized allowance. There are several factors
that produce excess material in an activity. These
include changes in allowance and adjustments of stock
levels as a result of demand history processing. During
the demand history processing, the high limit may go
down as the demand for the material goes down. Also,
inventory gains, top-off options with automatic
reorders, canceled maintenance actions, and human
error can produce excesses.
Navy material returned to stock points have been
traditionally called material turned in to stores,