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Compare the Central Library Listing from the TPL computer program with actual manuals on hand. Ensure that all manuals are reviewed, not just those in binders on the shelf. Ensure each entry on the listing has a matching manual and that each manual in the library is on the list. Record date and the discrepancies. Perform TPL program "NAVSUP P2002" and record the date and the discrepancies. Indicate the date of the NAVSUP P2002 that was used to perform the audit in the 2002 DATE column of the Central Library Listing and update the information in the DATE LAST 2002 field in the TPL computer program, if necessary. Compare the verified and corrected audit list with a current copy of your activity’s automatic distribution requirements list (ADRL). Record the discrepancies and the date. Perform TPL program “Distribution Analysis.” When all discrepancies are corrected, place the audit form in Central Library Transaction file. This file should contain a cover sheet that shows the date of each audit and who performed the audit. This file should be retained for a minimum of 1 year. DISPERSED LIBRARY AUDITS An audit of each dispersed library is required quarterly. The CTPL librarian schedules and performs the audit. It is often convenient to schedule dispersed library audits at the same time as the quarterly work center audit. In addition, the CTPL librarian should audit a dispersed library when directed to do so by competent authority, when a new work center supervisor is assigned, or when a new dispersed librarian is assigned. To perform an audit of a dispersed library, carry out the following steps: 1. Run a Work Center Audit List from the TPL program. 2.    Use a locally prepared form to record discrepancies that you discover during the audit. At a minimum, the form should provide for the following information: NAVAIR number Discrepancy 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Corrective action taken Corrective action required Using your file of CECR forms (Part 2), ensure that each of the manual changes issued to the work center has been made properly. Ensure that all manuals that are assigned to the work center are in usable condition. Ensure all manuals assigned to the work center are appropriately labeled. Ensure that canceled and out-of-date pubs have been purged from the library or marked appropriately. Ensure that classified publications are stored in accordance with SECNAVINST 5510.36. Ask the dispersed librarian and the work center supervisor if they have all the manuals they need. When all discrepancies are corrected, place the audit form in the work center audit folder and retain it for at least 1 year. This folder should contain a cover sheet that indicates a chronological record of audits. Also, show the date of each audit, who performed the audit, and who the dispersed librarian was at the time of the audit. Q30. At least how often should a dispersed technical publication library be audited? NAVAL AVIATION MAINTENANCE DISCREPANCY REPORTING PROGRAM (NAMDRP) LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Identify the reports submitted under the Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP). Describe procedures for reporting discrepancies in maintenance and operational publications. The Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP), outlined in Volume V of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP), OPNAVINST 4790.2, establishes policy, respon- sibilities, and requirements for reporting substandard workmanship, improper quality assurance procedures, and deficiencies in material or in technical publications. NAMDRP reports include: Hazardous material report 3-26



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