RECEIPTS FROM THE DEFENSE
Material finished by the Defense Logistics Agency
(DLA) or General Services Administration (GSA) will
be accompanied by a Department of Defense (DOD)
form. This form may be a DOD Single Line Item
Release/Receipt Document (DD Form 1348-1) or
Issue/Receipt Release Document (DD Form 1348-1A).
RECEIPTS FROM PURCHASE
Receipts from purchase are those materials and
services procured by using DD Form 1155, or imprest
fund. Usually, a copy of the procurement document also
serves as receipt paperwork.
RECEIPTS FROM SHORE AND
Three copies of DD Form 1348-1 or DD Form
1348-1A will accompany each item of standard material
furnished by a shore supply activity.
Material received from afloat units will have three
copies of DD Form 1348-1 with them. Also, material
may have a white copy of DD Form 1348 or NAVSUP
Form 1250-1 that was submitted as requisition.
RECEIPTS FROM COMBAT
LOGISTIC FORCE SHIPS
Material received from Combat Logistic Force
(CLF) ships normally will have a computer listing of all
the items and DD Form 1348m for each item. The listing
includes, as a minimum, the following data elements:
National stock number
Unit of issue
Extended money value
RECEIPTS FROM OTHER
Material received from other Government activities
are classified into two groups. They are receipts with
reimbursement and receipts without reimbursement.
Receipts With Reimbursement
These are receipts for which Navy department funds
will be used to the credit of the department from which
the material was received. All receipts from
Government departments, except for certain receipts
from the Army and Coast Guard, are subject to
reimbursement. The receiving activity will furnish a
receipt with the supply officers signature to the trans-
ferring organization. The invoice, or other document
confirming the receipt, will be priced, extended, totaled,
and will show the authority of the transfer.
Receipts Without Reimbursement
These are receipts for which the receiving activity
does not transfer Navy department funds to the
department that transferred the material.
The most common types of miscellaneous receipts
are push material and turn-in items.
Push materials are equipment and repair parts
shipped automatically to an activity. These materials are
used for the support of configuration and load list
changes. Material may be shipped in this method to
correct material deficiencies identified by type
commander or inventory control points. In this case, the
receiving activity will receive advance notification of
shipments. The receiving activity is responsible for
making outstanding requisition files to record due-in
quantities and monitor receipts.
This is material turned-in by the activitys depart-
ments, supported units, and nonsupported units.
METHODS OF MATERIAL DELIVERY
There are various methods of material delivery.
They are direct delivery, freight, or mail. The following
texts describe these delivery methods.
Materials or services from a government or com-
mercial source that were received and accepted by a