NAVY - SECNAV 4440.33
(DASN (A&LM)) SPONSOR-OWNED MATERIAL, GOVERNMENT-OWNED MATERIAL AND PLANT AND PROJECT STOCK MANAGEMENT
|Publication Date:||11 February 2009|
This instruction applies to all Naval activities reporting to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) that procure, hold and/or manage material and equipment, including Special Tooling and Special Test Equipment (ST/STE), for the Department of the Navy.
Naval activities affected by this instruction include but are not limited to Program Executive Offices (PEOs), Hardware Systems Commands (HSCs), field activities, In-Service Engineering Agencies, and SOM/GOM/plant and project stock holding activities of the HSCs and/or PEOs.
This instruction refers to material held at government and
contractor sites to include Government Furnished Material (GFM) or
Contractor Acquired Material (CAM) that the Navy has either funded
a contractor to acquire or has provided directly to a commercial
entity, i.e., property in possession of contractor and
This instruction does not apply to general use consumables (e.g., office supplies).
This instruction takes precedence over local instructions in cases of conflict; however, it does not exempt any command or person from the responsibility to comply with local instructions.
The proper financial accounting treatment/classifica
Exceptions. The following material is excluded from the provisions of this instruction:
Material under the cognizance of the Deputy Commander for Nuclear Propulsion, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA 08).
Material under the cognizance of the Director, Strategic Systems Programs Office.
Contingency support equipment and material maintained by or on behalf of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command in support of the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command and other Navy expeditionary forces ashore and stratified against CNO-approved requirements as documented in a unit table of allowance.
Purpose. To establish Navy Sponsor-Owned Material (SOM), Government-Owned Material (GOM) and plant and project stock management policy in accordance with references (a) through (p). This instruction is issued in coordination with the Office of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Fleet Readiness and Logistics (CNO (N4)).