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system. Some of the responsibilities of the FSA are as follows: Control access to the computer system by assigning user IDs and, if necessary, removing user IDs and passwords. Ensure database backups are performed. Restore the FOSAMS data base when files are damaged or lost. Ensure required reports from the computer system (especially ammunition transaction reports) are forwarded to the communications center in a timely manner for transmitting. Serves as the principal point-of-contact in communications with the FOSAMS Program management office and the FOSAMS trouble desk for system-related discussions. Ensure new software and/or operating system updates provided by the PMO are installed on the local FOSAMS. FOSAMS REPORTS The FOSAMS generates various reports to aid in the management of ammunition. There are three basic report categories—daily transaction reports, monthly reports, and general reports. Daily Reports The following reports are part of the daily functions. Application and various inquiries of the data base can be made in the inquiry subsystem. DAILY TRANSACTION REPORT.— This report will list all transactions processed that day and should be run every workday. AGED VERIFICATION REPORT.— This report lists transactions from receipt and asset maintenance that have not been verified by scanning. If the record is between 5 and 9 days old, it is printed on the report. Aged Scanner Work File.— For each record of the scanner work file, the transaction date is compared to the system date. If the record is between 5 and 9 days old, it is printed on the report. If the record is 10 days old or older, it is printed on the report with an indication that the record has been deleted from the scanner work file. Scanner work records are obtained from receipt, issue, asset maintenance, inventory, and restow applications. Aged Temporary Stow Record.— Each activity assigns a specific number of days in which material can be temporarily stowed at another activity. The number of days assigned are added to the date of the temporary stow, and a list is printed for each record that is within 10 days of the system date, or older than the system date. The report is printed each day until the temporary stow indicator is removed, or the item is issued. Monthly Reports The monthly reports should be run at the beginning of every month (or as often as needed). AGED NAR REPORT.— The Notice of Ammunition Reclassification (NAR) history file is searched for all records that do not have a date entered in the NAR completion date field. A listing is provided for all lots with the specific NAR number with a transaction date more than 2 days older than the current system date. MASTER LOT ASSET DISCREPANCY REPORT.— This report is produced after various checks of data base quantities to assure data integrity. INVENTORY ADJUSTMENT REPORT.— This report lists inventory adjustments and adjustment reversals by ATR Source code and extended dollar value of the adjustment. The report provides the Physical Security code. Information from this report is used to prepare the Physical Inventory report section of the DOD Inventory Control Effectiveness Report and to determine if there is a requirement to prepare a missing, lost or stolen report. INVENTORY REMINDER REPORT.— This report lists assets that are required to be inventoried within the next 30 days. A requirement for annual or semiannual inventory is based on the Security Risk Code of the item. The date of last inventory of each National Item Identification Number in the master asset file is compared to the current system date and the inventory frequency requirement. MAINTENANCE DUE DATE REMINDER REPORT.— Each record in the lot/serial asset file with a maintenance due date that expires within the next 3 months is listed on this report. General Reports The general reports are accessed through the inquiry subsystem and should be printed/run as often as needed. 17-3



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