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Department  of  Defense  Identification  Code (DODIC). The Department of Defense Identification Code (DODIC), is a four-digit code assigned by the Defense Logistics Services Center (DLSC) and it identifies ammunition and explosive items. The acronyms DODIC and NALC, or their respective meanings are used interchangeably in the remainder of this chapter. Expenditure. An expenditure occurs when an item is  permanently  removed  from  the  Navy  inventory.  A round   that   is   detonated,   burned,   fired,   exploded, surveyed  or  lost  by  inventory,  deepwater  dumped,  or transferred   to   other   services   or   another   country   is posted  and  reported  as  an  expenditure.  Transfers  of ammunition to other Navy/Marine Corps activities are NOT  expenditures.  The  various  types  of  expenditures include combat, training, test and evaluation, operational,  disposal,  loss  by  inventory,  and  transfers out of the Navy reporting system. Gain by inventory (GBI). A GBI is an increase in the asset position based upon physical inventory of an ammunition item. Issue. An issue is the transfer of an item, regardless of its serviceability condition, to another activity. This includes  off-loads  to  shore  activities  and  transfers  to other ships. Lead time. Lead time is the time difference between the   Julian   date   of   the   requisition   and   the   required delivery date (RDD). It consists of submission time, or the time to transmit the requisition from the requisitioner  to  the  stock  point,  plus  processing  and delivery time at the stock point. Loss by inventory (LBI). An LBI is a decrease in the asset  position  based  upon  a  physical  inventory  of  an ammunition item. Maintenance due date (MDD).  The  maintenance due date of a weapon is predicated on the component of the    weapon    that    next    requires    intermediate-    or depot-level  maintenance  or  testing.  MDDs  vary  from weapon   to   weapon   and   within   configurations   of weapons.  They  are  used  to  determine  serviceability. Weapons with an expired MDD are not serviceable. National stock number (NSN).   An   NSN   is   a 13-digit number used to identify an item of material in the  supply  distribution  system  of  the  United  States.  It consists of a four-digit federal supply class (FSC) and a nine-digit national item identification number (NIIN). (See fig. 17-1.) Navy ammunition reclassification (NAR) system. NARs provide information pertaining to the degree of serviceability  of  non-nuclear  explosive  ordnance  or explosive material used by the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. Reclassification refers to the change of an item's  material  condition  code.  NARs  are  issued  by message and often contain information directly related to the safety of personnel and/or equipment. NARs are numbered   consecutively   within   each  calendar  year and    serve    as    supplements    to    the    Ammunition— Unserviceable, Suspended, and Limited Use, TW024-AA-ORD-010, until incorporated by a change or revision. Receipt. A receipt is any transaction that increases the  on-hand  inventory  of  an  item,  regardless  of  its serviceability  condition.  Receipts  from  another  ship, activity, service, and GBIs are included. Reconciliation.  Reconciliation  is  the  process  of reporting  on-hand  assets  of  items  that  have  had  no transactions  since  the  previous  reconciliation.  Naval Ammunition   Logistics   Center   Mechanicsburg   uses reconciliation  reports  to  identify  and  correct  errors  in individual ship or activity's data files and in the CAIMS database. Serial/lot item tracking (SLIT).   Serial/lot   item tracking  is  a  subsystem  of  CAIMS  that  accounts  for certain  items  of  ordnance  by  individual  serial,  lot,  or register number. Temporary custody ashore.   Temporary   custody ashore refers to ammunition temporarily stored ashore by a ship that intends to reload the ammunition aboard at  a  later  date.  It  does  not  include  ammunition  held temporarily for further transfer (FFT). Transaction. For reporting purposes, a transaction is   any   change   in   the   reported   asset   posture   of   an ammunition item. Examples of transactions are receipt; reclassification from suspended to serviceable, expenditure, and issue. Transfer. Transfer is the movement of assets from a Navy    activity    to    an    activity    outside    the    Navy accounting system such as the Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, or a foreign government. Type Maintenance Due Code (TMDC).  A  Type Maintenance  Due  code  is  a  code  that  indicates  what type of maintenance action is due next for an individual item. Unserviceable/suspended ammunition. Unservice- able/suspended  ammunition  are  components  that  are not ready for use and cannot be made serviceable using 17-4



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