DODD 4500.9-R PART II
DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION REGULATION PART II CARGO MOVEMENT
|Publication Date:||8 January 2007|
This regulation prescribes policies and procedures and assigns responsibilities for performing traffic management functions initiated or sponsored by Department of Defense (DOD) activities, to include the transportation and movement of materiel.
It also prescribes standard data elements, codes, formats, documents, forms, rules, methods, and procedures required by DOD Components, other United States (US) Government Agencies/civil authorities, and users of the Canada-United States Integrated Lines of Communication in the transportation and movement of materiel to, within, and outside the Defense Transportation System (DTS).
Defense Transportation Regulation (DTR) procedures apply to the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), Coast Guard, General Services Administration (GSA), United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) and its Transportation Component Commands (TCCs), and other activities/Agencies using the DTS. In some cases, when moving materiel by commercial carriers, only selected procedures and data elements are used.
There are no exclusions from these data/documentation requirements for shipments entering the DTS. Service or Agency regulations cover some shipments that might logically fit the description of movement in the DTS. Those DTS-like shipments not covered by the DTR are:
a. Coal and petroleum products shipped in bulk.
b. Annual resupply projects not entering the DTS.