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NAVY - OPNAV 8015.2D

(N4) CONVENTIONAL ORDNANCE INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

active, Most Current
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 23 June 2023
Status: active
Page Count: 19
scope:

Scope and Applicability.

The policies and processes contained in this instruction are applicable to those mentioned in subparagraphs 3(a) though 3(d).

a. All material, regardless of condition code, held in the naval accountable property system of record (APSR), in the custody of the Navy or a third-party and classified as ordnance, including; inert weapons, components, sonobuoys, ordnance containers or packaging and handling equipment designated as reusable (hereafter referred to as conventional ordnance). This instruction does not apply to nuclear weapons, ballistic missiles or biological and chemical weapons.

b. All naval activities that use, manufacture, maintain, receive, issue, store or ship conventional ordnance.

c. All government and contractor personnel involved with naval conventional ordnance production, operational logistics support and life cycle and information systems management are included under the provisions of this instruction.

d. All activities responsible for reporting transactions via the Ordnance Information System (OIS). This includes all major claimants or commands, type commanders and regional commands with subordinate commands and activities that handle, store or report conventional ordnance. Shore activities with large customer bases, high throughput and large amounts of stock under management are designated as stock points.

Purpose.

To provide Department of the Navy (DON) policy and issue responsibilities and procedures regarding accountability, inventory accuracy and inventory effectiveness performance objectives for conventional ordnance per references (a) through (e). This instruction is a complete revision and must be reviewed in its entirety.

Document History

OPNAV 8015.2D
June 23, 2023
(N4) CONVENTIONAL ORDNANCE INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
Scope and Applicability. The policies and processes contained in this instruction are applicable to those mentioned in subparagraphs 3(a) though 3(d). a. All material, regardless of condition code,...
December 29, 2015
(N4) CONVENTIONAL ORDNANCE INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
The policies and processes contained in this instruction are applicable to: a. All material, regardless of supply material condition code, held in naval inventory records or in contracted custody...
September 30, 2014
(N4) CONVENTIONAL ORDNANCE INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
The policies and processes contained in this instruction are applicable to: a. All material, regardless of supply material condition code, held in naval inventory records or in contracted custody...
May 14, 2007
(N4) CONVENTIONAL ORDNANCE INVENTORY ACCOUNTABILITY
Purpose a. To issue policy regarding the accountability for conventional ordnance inventory. b. To assign responsibilities for achieving and sustaining ordnance inventory accuracy. c. To establish...
May 15, 2001
(N411) CONVENTIONAL ORDNANCE INVENTORY ACCOUNTABILITY
a. Materiel Inclusions. This instruction applies to material in any condition held in Navy inventory records or in contracted custody, and classified as ordnance, inert ordnance cognizance materiel...
July 1, 1998
(N411) CONVENTIONAL ORDNANCE INVENTORY ACCOUNTABILITY
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