Army Regulation –1. Inventory Management. Centralized. Inventory Management of the Army Supply System. Headquarters. Department of the Army. scope: Purpose. This regulation prescribes Department of the Army (DA) policies, responsibilities, and procedures for integrated inventory management of Army. scope: Purpose. This regulation prescribes Department of the Army (DA) policies and responsibilities for integrated inventory management of Army materiel.
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Inventory Management of the Army Supply System. Department of the Army. Deputy Chief of Staff, G—4.
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T h i s p u b l i c a t i o n i s a m a j o r requesting activity and forwarded through characteristics of a committee, as found in. Refer to AR 25—30 for specific. This publication is availa. States, and the U. Proponent and exception authority. Contents Listed by paragraph and page number. Purpose, References and Explanation of Abbreviations and Terms, page 1.
Integrated Materiel Management and Stockage Policy, page 6. National Stockage Criteria, page 8. Materiel Support Requests, page Transfers of Assets, page Inventory Management Control Programs, page Component Items within Equipment Assemblages, page Positioning of Stocks, page Automatic Return Items, page Special Commodity Control Programs, page Requirements and Demand Forecasting, page Acquisition Strategies and Supply Chain Management, page Financial Inventory Management, page Management of Army Prepositioned Stocks, page Release and Use of Army Prepositioned Stocks, page Army Prepositioned Stocks Unit Sets, page Army War Reserve Sustainment, page Supply Chain Metrics and Data Management, page Major Item Overview, page Major Item Identification, page Force Structuring, page Major Item Floats and Factors, page Standard Study Number Process, page Data Interchange, page Major Item System Map, page Distribution of Major End Items, page Major Item Distribution Process, page Distribution, Delivery and Disposition of U.
Army Aircraft, page Overview and Policies, page War Reserve Secondary Item Process, page Composition of Material Category Structure Code, page Major Item Management Topics, page Internal Control and Operational Metrics, page Supply support request timeframe objectives, page Army focal points for items managed by other Services or agencies, page Automatic Return Item codes, page Hard target requirements 5-year forecastpage 31 Table 3—4: Condition classifications for containers, page Approval levels for all supply actions, page APS prepositioning authorization document management codes for use with APS unit set authorization documents, page Supply chain performance metrics reported semi-annually, page Data quality assessment dimensions, page Major item management topic to Army regulation cross-reference, page 79 Table 10—1: Standard Study Number System data elements, page Army appropriations and standard study number relationship, page Requirement category codes, page Cross reference relationship generator, stationary, gas enginepage Procurement indicator codes, page Office of the Secretary of Defense sequence numbers, page Major element ammo codes, page Ammunition quantity multiplier codes, page Standard study number, deletion indicator codes, page P—1 classification codes, page Major Item System Map code format, page Major Item System Map codes defined, page Appropriation and budget activity account code position 2 of the materiel category code for Army working capital fund items, page Management inventory segment of the category structure position 3 of the materiel category codepage Major Item Topics Reference Table, page Management determination logic schematic, page 11 Figure 3—1: Overview of routine reclamation, page Instructions for completing DA Formpage Instructions for completing DA Form continuationpage Inventory analysis matrix, page Sample of central secondary item stratification for budget, page Details for Forecast Accuracy Computation, page Army Divestiture Process, page Purpose, References and Explanation of Abbreviations and Terms.
AR Centralized Inventory Management Of The Army Supply System
This regulation prescribes Department of the Army DA policies and responsibilities for integrated inventory management of Army materiel.
It covers the management of secondary items, major items and conventional ammunition. References See Appendix A. Explanation of abbreviations and terms See the glossary. Provide overall staff supervision for type classification TCmaterial release, fielding and transfer of major. Provide technical details, advice, and timely responses on component major item CMI and associated support. Major item divestiture duties as listed in paragraph 15—3.
Establish and develop TC, fielding, and transfer program policy and guidance. As the Program Manager for Instrumentation, Targets, and Threat Simulators ITTSmanage the research, development, design, acquisition, fielding, modification, and capability accounting of targets used for development and operational test and evaluation and training for the Army.
AR 710-1 Centralized Inventory Management of the Army Supply System
Chief, National Guard Bureau. Ensure ARNG units use of obsolete or excess end items and threat representative targets to support training and. Track program execution in the ARNG. Ensure the provision of flight crews and provide support for the delivery of aircraft as required. Ensure compliance with additional responsibilities in paragraphs 13—6 l13—6 nand 14—1 d.
Integrate munitions management across the Army in accordance with Army Regulation AR 5—13, including. Perform major item distribution responsibilities listed at paragraph 13—12 and mediate discrepancies and unresol.
Provide special guidance on distribution priorities for specific major items of equipment. Allow for constraints imposed by the existing organization of units scheduled for deployment to receive APS as.
Arm or disapprove operational project OPROJ requirements, and ensure that the requirements do not. Approve variances in the data interchange DI process and provide oversight of the DI program.