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1 Department of the Army Pamphlet 710 2 1. Inventory Management Using unit Supply System (Manual Procedures). Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC. 31 December 1997. UNCLASSIFIED. SUMMARY of CHANGE. DA PAM 710 2 1. Using unit Supply System (Manual Procedures). This revision-- o Revises and changes COMSEC procedures throughout. o Changes the address for submission of requests for clarification (para 1-6). o Lists requirements to be included in Requests for Deviation (para 1-6). o Excludes USAR units from submitting reports of Supply constraints for unfinanced requirements, if the requirements have already been identified through budget submissions (para 1-8). o Adds new information to show new time standards for requisitions with a specific RDD (table 2-2).
2 O Deletes instructions for requesting Modifications Work Orders (para 2-13). o Changes the address for source of COMSEC materiel (througout). o Adds status listings to the due-in status files (para 2-21). o Allows the unit commanders' next higher headquarters to authorize turn-in or transfer of property no longer needed or authorized by VTAADS (para 3-5). o Adds procedures for transfer of property among Army components (paras 3-14. and 3-15). o Explains the procedure for the turn-in of IMPE equipment when instructed by the Software Management Support Department (SMSD) (para 3-15). o Deletes the requirements to account for commissary store equipment (para 4- 1). o Adds the requirement to account for property that has been donated to the Army (para 4-1v).
3 O Adds the requirement to account for all abandoned property that is under the control of the Army (4-1w). o Adds the requirement for other on hand items not otherwise authorized by paragraph 4-1 (para 4-2). o Explains when the commander's assumption of command orders are used in lieu of the PBO appointment memorandum (para 4-4). o Requires units to continue to report changes under CBS-X throughout wartime (para 4-28a). o Changes the Army Central Vehicle Registry maintained by USAMC from MRSA. to LOGSA (para 4-28). o Explains how to account for support items authorized separately in authorization documents (para 4-35). o Explains exemptions from property book accountability for copiers leased under a cost per copy contract (para 4-39). o Changes requirements in accountability for the property book level accountable officer's statement (para 5-2).
4 O Adds procedures for loans of equipment among Army components (para 5-4). o Deletes all reference to DD Form 1131 throughout. o Adds procedures for loans of ARNG and USAR equipment (para 5-5). o Lists class of supplies authorized under operational loads (para 7-1a(2)). o Deletes definition of combat prescribed loads (para 7-1a(4)). o Changes listed USAMC activities from USACDA/MRSA to LOGSA (chap 8). o Clarifies the term Initial Mandatory Parts List (IMPL) (chap 8). o Changes the prescribed number of days for the ARNG (para 8-1a). o Adds the due-in status file to the PLL records (para 8-1g). o Changes repair parts stockage codes at organizational level that agree with codes used at the SSA. o Revises figures 8-3, 8-4, and 8-5 to shown new stockage codes.
5 O Adds figure 8-6 to show a sample of an Initial Mandatory Parts List. o Specifies the number of DA Forms 3645/3645-1 copies required for USAR OCIE. transactions (para 10-6a). o Specifies what items can be summarized in the ARNG/USAR (para 10-7a). o Authorizes the unit commander in the USAR, the issue of camouflage maternity uniforms (para 10-9a). o Explains procedures for transfer of AAFA/AASF/AVCRAD OCIE issued to individuals in the event of mobilization (para 10-21c (3)). o Changes office authority for ammunition procedures in chapter 11. o Changes the date of the monthly POL Inventory (para 12-21c). Headquarters *Department of the Army Department of the Army Pamphlet 710 2 1. Washington, DC. 31 December 1997. Inventory Management Using unit Supply System (Manual Procedures).
6 Reproducible forms not included in the prin- agency in the grade of colonel or the civilian ted copy. equivalent. Summary. This pamphlet provides unit and Suggested Improvements. Users are in- organization manual Supply procedures. vited to send comments and suggested im- Applicability. This pamphlet applies to the provements on DA Form 2028. Active Army, the Army National Guard, the (Recommended Changes to Publications and Army Reserve (USAR), the Army Re- Blank Forms) directly to Commandant, serve Officers Training Corps (Army ROTC), Army Quartermaster Center & School, and the National Defense Cadet Corps ATTN: ATSM-LTD-SP, Fort Lee, VA. (NDCC). Unless specified by prescribing di- 23801-1601. For the Army National Guard, rectives, this pamphlet does not apply when requests for change will be submitted through an Army element is accounting for the items command channels to Chief, National Guard listed in paragraph 1-5.
7 Bureau ATTN: NGB-ILE-LL-P, 111 S. Proponent and exception authority. George Mason Drive, Arlington, VA 22204- The proponent of this pamphlet is the Deputy 1382. Do not submit changes directly to the Chief of Staff for Logistics (DCSLOG). The proponent agency. History. DCSLOG has the authority to approve excep- Distribution. Distribution of this publica- This Update printing publishes a revision. tions to this pamphlet that are consistent with tion is made in accordance with the Initial Because the publication has been extensively controlling law and regulation. The DCSLOG Distribution Number (IDN) 095511, intended revised, the changed portions have not been may delegate this approval authority, in writ- for command level A, B, C, D, and E for the highlighted.
8 This electronic edition contains ing, to a division chief within the proponent Active Army, the Army National Guard, and the Army Reserve. Contents (Listed by paragraph and page number) Forms used to request supplies 2 7, page 4. Preparation of DA Form 2765 1 2 8, page 4. Chapter 1 Preparation of DA Form 3161 when used as a request for issue General, page 1 2 9, page 4. Purpose 1 1, page 1 Preparation of DA Form 581 when used as a request for issue References 1 2, page 1 2 10, page 4. Explanation of abbreviations and terms 1 3, page 1 Preparation of DD Form 1348 6 as a request for issue 2 11, Requesting clarification and deviation of authority 1 4, page 1 page 4. Nonapplicability of special items 1 5, page 1. Requesting an accounting waiver 1 6, page 1 Section II.
9 Reports of Supply constraint (exempt from RCS under AR 335-15) Special Request Instructions, page 4. 1 7, page 1 Requests for recoverable or nonexpendable components 2 12, UIC and DODAAC changes to property accounts 1 8, page 1 page 4. General instructions for Using this pamphlet 1 9, page 1 Not Mission Capable Supply (NMCS) and Anticipated Not Mission Requesting deviation authority 1 10, page 2 2 13, page 4. Modification work order (MWO) and modification kits 2 14, Chapter 2 page 5. Requesting and Receiving Supplies, page 2 Classified items 2 15, page 5. Types and sources of classified COMSEC materiel 2 16, page 5. Section I Requests for items in addition to authorized allowances 2 17, Requesting Supplies, page 2 page 5. General 2 1, page 2 Preparation for overseas movement (POM) requests 2 18, The Uniform Materiel Movement and Issue Priority System page 5.
10 (UMMIPS) 2 2, page 2 Requests for construction-type equipment 2 19, page 5. Control of priority designator utilization 2 3, page 3 Request for repair parts in support of commercial construction Use of the standard delivery date (SDD) in the Using unit 2 4, equipment (CCE), materiel handling equipment (MHE), and page 3 commercial vehicles or commercial design tactical vehicles The required delivery date (RDD) 2 5, page 3 2 20, page 5. End item codes (EIC) 2 6, page 4 Requests for medical items 2 21, page 5. *This pamphlet supersedes DA Pam 710-2-1, dated 28 February 1994. DA PAM 710 2 1 31 December 1997 i UNCLASSIFIED. Contents Continued Exception data requests 2 22, page 5 Chapter 4. Accounting for Property, page 41. Section III. Document Register, Supply Status, and Due-In Status File Section I.