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DODD 4000.25-2-M CE-05

MILSTRAP MILITARY STANDARD TRANSACTION REPORTING AND ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES

active, Most Current
Organization: DODD
Publication Date: 30 June 2006
Status: active
Page Count: 413
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PURPOSE

This manual provides policies and prescribes uniform procedures for recording inventory management data passed between elements of a single Service or Agency distribution system or between the various distribution systems of the Department of Defense. The procedures govern the interchange of information for all materiel in the supply control/distribution systems and financial management of the DoD and other participating Agencies, unless specifically exempted by the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Logistics) (DUSD(L)).

The forms, formats, and codes prescribed herein were developed on the basis of the Components' requirement for standard transaction reporting and accounting procedures used in item accounting and financial inventory of Department of Defense materiel. The prescribed codes are mandatory for inter- and intra-Component use when data are interchanged among elements of a distribution system.

The requirements of other logistics functional areas (exclusive of the specific codes and procedures for accomplishment) related to MILSTRAP have been considered and are included to provide procedural clarity and/or to describe procedural interface with other DoD logistics standard systems. Certain techniques for deriving financial billing data are provided within the purview of this manual. Financial billing procedures are prescribed in appropriate DoD publications.

APPLICABILITY. 

This manual applies to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Unified and Specified Commands, the Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Defense Nuclear Agency, Defense Logistics Agency, and, in part (chapter 11 and appendix AP2.5), to the General Services Administration (hereafter referred to collectively as "DoD Components" or "Components").

The U.S. Coast Guard, as established by Title 14 of the United States Code, "...shall be a Military Service and a branch of the armed forces of the United States at all times." While the Coast Guard is an element of the Department of Transportation, it functions as a specialized Service in the Navy during times of war.

As a Military Service, the Coast Guard relationship, with regard to MILSTRAP will be the same as the DoD Military Services.

Document History

DODD 4000.25-2-M CE-05
June 30, 2006
MILSTRAP MILITARY STANDARD TRANSACTION REPORTING AND ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES
PURPOSE This manual provides policies and prescribes uniform procedures for recording inventory management data passed between elements of a single Service or Agency distribution system or between...
January 1, 2006
MILSTRAP MILITARY STANDARD TRANSACTION REPORTING AND ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES
PURPOSE This manual provides policies and prescribes uniform procedures for recording inventory management data passed between elements of a single Service or Agency distribution system or between...
MILSTRAP MILITARY STANDARD TRANSACTION REPORTING AND ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES
PURPOSE. This manual provides policies and prescribes uniform procedures for recording inventory management data passed between elements of a single Service or Agency distribution system or between...
MILSTRAP MILITARY STANDARD TRANSACTION REPORTING AND ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES
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MILSTRAP MILITARY STANDARD TRANSACTION REPORTING AND ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES
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