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ARMY - AR 735-11-2

REPORTING OF SUPPLY DISCREPANCIES

active, Most Current
Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 6 August 2001
Status: active
Page Count: 46
scope:

Applicability. This publication is applicable to the Headquarters, Defense Logistics Agency (HQ DLA) and all DLA field activities, Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), other DOD agencies, and the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and General Services Administration (GSA) activities, shipping and receiving material through the military or GSA supply and distribution systems. It applies to shipments made from Working Capital Funds (WCF) (formerly Defense Business Operations Fund (DBOF)) and non-WCF funded activities, Security Assistance shipments made under the International Logistics Program, personal property shipments, and shipments received from commercial sources.

PURPOSE. This instruction:

Supersedes references DLAI 4140.55/SECNAVIST 4355.18/AFR 400.54, Reporting of Supply Discrepancies, 21 Jan 99, (superseded); and DLAR 4140.60/AR 12-12/SECNAVIST 4355.17A/AFJI 16-106, Processing Discrepancy Reports Against Foreign Military Sales Shipments, 17 Dec 91, (cancelled).

Implements DoD 4140.1-R, DoD Material Management Regulation.

This instruction provides procedures governing the methods and conditions under which shipping (item) discrepancies and packaging discrepancies, collectively referred to as supply discrepancies, are reported and replies furnished. For shipments to Security Assistance customers these procedures also include reporting of product quality deficiencies, including services, and billing errors. The purpose of preparing supply discrepancy reports is to determine the cause of discrepancies, effect corrective action, and prevent recurrence. Such reports provide support for adjustment of property and financial inventory accounting records; information as a basis for claims against contractors; notification to shippers; visibility of preservation, packing, marking, and unitization discrepancies; required corrective actions; disposition instructions; and information for management evaluations. Guidance specific to discrepant Security Assistance articles or services is provided in appendix G and reference DoD 5105.38-M, Security Assistance Management Manual (SAMM)

Significant Changes. This change modifies multiple areas of SDR guidance as follows. Table 1 SA Time Standards

APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE. This publication is applicable to the Headquarters, Defense Logistics Agency (HQ DLA) and all DLA field activities, Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), other DoD agencies, and the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and General Services Administration (GSA) activities, shipping and receiving material through the military or GSA supply and distribution systems. It applies to shipments made from Working Capital Funds (WCF) (formerly Defense Business Operations Fund (DBOF)) and non-WCF funded activities, Security Assistance shipments made under the International Logistics Program, personal property shipments, and shipments received from commercial sources. This document was developed by agreement among the Military Services, DLA, Coast Guard, and GSA. This publication will be implemented by GSA in the Discrepancies or Deficiencies in GSA or DoD Shipments, Material, or Billings Guide for the above cited purposes.

Document History

AR 735-11-2
August 6, 2001
REPORTING OF SUPPLY DISCREPANCIES
Applicability. This publication is applicable to the Headquarters, Defense Logistics Agency (HQ DLA) and all DLA field activities, Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), other DOD agencies, and...
December 6, 1991
REPORTING OF SUPPLY DISCREPANCIES
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