DODD 4160.21-M 08/18/97
DEFENSE MATERIAL DISPOSITION MANUAL (CANCELLING NAVSEA 4570.3)
|Publication Date:||18 August 1997|
1. The contents of this manual are applicable to all elements of the DoD, their subordinate commands, installations and activities, worldwide, except as otherwise indicated. It applies to the disposition of excess, surplus and FEPP, and other property as authorized. Provisions of this manual affecting Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) operations are also applicable to Federal civil agency excess and surplus property turned-in to a Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO), for disposition under applicable Interagency Agreements.
2. Specific guidance for property identified as Munitions List Items (MLI)/Strategic List Items (SLI) is found in DoD 4160.21-M-1, Defense Demilitarization and Trade Security Control Manual.
3. Unless otherwise stated, this manual is not applicable to:
a. Items under management control of the Defense Nuclear Agency (DNA), in Federal Supply Group (FSG) 11; all Department of Energy (DoE) special design and quality controlled items; and all DoD items designed specifically for use on or with nuclear weapons (identified by manufacturers' codes 57991, 67991, 77991, and 87991 in the Defense Logistics Services Center [DLSC] master item file). These items shall be processed in accordance with Technical Publication, Supply Management of Nuclear Weapons Materiel, DoE-DNA Technical Publication (TP) 100-1, Navy Special Weapons Operating Procedure (SWOP) 100-1, Army Technical Manual (TM) 39-100-1, Air Force Technical Order (TO) 11N-100-1.
c. Naval Nuclear Propulsion Plant Materiel. This materiel shall be processed in accordance with Naval Sea Systems Command Instruction (NAVSEAINST) C5511.32 and Ships Parts Control Center Instruction (SPCCINST) 4440.376H as stated in, Chapter 4, Property Requiring Special Processing, paragraph B44.
d. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Property. The DRMS may be utilized on a reimbursable basis.
e. Automation Resources (AR) items under the management control of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Chief Information Officer, Defense Automation Resources Management Program Division.
f. Property provided to foreign governments under security assistance programs.
4. Suggested revisions and/or requests for waivers to this manual should be submitted through DoD component channels (see Chapter 2, Attachment 1), to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), for consideration.