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  1. TOPIC 2.15 SUSPENSE AND SUBCUSTODY PROCESSING

  2. SUSPENSE AND SUBCUSTODY PROCESSING Enabling Objectives 2.53 PERFORM TRANSFER TO SUBCUSTODY/SUSPENSE 2.54 PERFORM RETURN FROM SUBCUSTODY/SUSPENSE

  3. SUSPENSE AND SUBCUSTODY PROCESSING TRANSFER TO SUBCUSTODY

  4. Purpose: (1) Transfers an RFI asset from the Supply Officer to another individual or organization on a subcustody basis. An example of this is…. for detachments to areas without adequate support. (i.e. Fallon Nevada) This is SUPO material and does not belong to the squadron. Packup processing in disscussed further in Lesson topic 17. SUBCUSTODY of SUPPO material is also performed when temp loaned to AIMD for bench verification. TRANSFER TO SUBCUSTODY

  5. CONTD…. • (2) Transfers a RFI asset from the Supply Officer to a specific ORG for deployment purposes. • (3) Transfers RFI assets to suspense for further processing.

  6. TRANSFER TO SUBCUSTODY System Action: (1) Deletes RFI item record. (2) Creates subcustody item record. (3) Creates transaction record. (4) Generates subcustody Notice for signature purposes.

  7. TRANSFER TO SUBCUSTODY System Action: (5) All Subcustody items can be reviewed on-line by specific NIIN via Subcustody Stock Status Inquiry. (6) Report available, Subcustody Status Report, identifying items held within WC within ORG.

  8. SUSPENSE AND SUBCUSTODY PROCESSING RETURN FROM SUBCUSTODY

  9. RETURN FROM SUBCUSTODY Purpose: (1) Return subcustody assets to the Supply Officer’s direct control. (2) Return suspense assets to the Supply Officer’s direct control.

  10. RETURN FROM SUBCUSTODY System Action: (1) Deletes the subcustody item record. (2) Creates an RFI item record or suspense item record. (3) Creates a transaction record.

  11. This is used if the NIIN of the item being returned is different than what was originally sub-custodied. eg. The squadron brings back a sub-NIIN.

  12. SUSPENSE PROCESSING Purpose: • Repairable Items are placed in suspense for a variety of reasons but some of the more common reasons are: • TD incorporation • Re-identify material • Protect RFI qty • Engineering Investigation • Induct item for test and check to validate RFI condition. (i.e. RFI tag lost or missing)

  13. SUSPENSE Purpose: (3) Transfer material to suspense for: (a) TD incorporation (b) To re-identify a Supply Officer’s asset from one to another within the same FGC.

  14. SUSPENSE System Action: (1) Decrements RFI quantity and increases suspense quantity. (2) Creates suspense item record with MA suspense management code, indicating the item is awaiting maintenance action.

  15. VERIFY RFI BALANCES BEFORE ATTEMPTING SUSPENSE PROCESSING

  16. This selection could be used when an inventory issue arises such as a warehouse refusal and you want to protect the RFI quantity

  17. ANY QUESTIONS ???

  18. REVIEW AND SUMMARY • DESCRIBED SUBCUSTODY AND SUSPENCE • PROCESSING • DESCRIBED DUE REPAIRABLE STOCK STATUS • INQUIRY

  19. Topic 2.14Review

  20. Shall We Play A Game?

  21. ROUND FOURTEEN There are 4 questions in this round. Each question is worth 25 points. There are no Team points remaining. Good Luck

  22. D. SUP/REQ/SUB/NEW A. SUP/REP/SUB/NEW A. SUP/REP/SUB/NEW B. SUP/REP/SUS/NEW What Path is used to transfer assets to subcustody? C. SUP/REQ/SUS/NEW 50/50

  23. D. SUP/REQ/SUB/NEW A. SUP/REP/SUB/NEW A. SUP/REP/SUB/NEW What Path is used to transfer assets to subcustody?

  24. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE A. SUP/REP/SUB/LIST/NIIN B. SUP/REP/SUB/LIST/FGC What Path is used to return material in subcustody, to the direct control of the Supply Officer? C. SUP/REP/SUB/LIST/ALL D. ALL OF THE ABOVE 50/50

  25. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE B. SUP/REP/SUB/LIST/FGC What Path is used to return material in subcustody, to the direct control of the Supply Officer? D. ALL OF THE ABOVE (CONDITIONAL)

  26. D. RFI QTY INCREASES/SUBCUSTODY QTY DECREASES A. RFI QTY DECREASES/SUS QTY INCREASES A. RFI QTY DECREASES/SUS QTY INCREASES B. RFI QTY DECREASES/SUB QTY INCREASES C. RFI QTY INCREASES/SUS QTY DECREASES After utilizing path SUP/REP/SUS/NEW, what happens to your stock posture? 50/50

  27. A. RFI QTY DECREASES/SUS QTY INCREASES A. RFI QTY DECREASES/SUS QTY INCREASES B. RFI QTY DECREASES/SUB QTY INCREASES After utilizing path SUP/REP/SUS/NEW, what happens to your stock posture?

  28. D. Yes. If both NIINs are consumables. A. No. Once in suspense the item cannot be issued. B. Yes. If both NIINs are in the same FGC. B. Yes. If both NIINs are in the same FGC. C. No. They must be of the same NIIN Is it possible to issue a subcustody item to a NIIN other than the original? Under what circumstances. 50/50

  29. D. Yes. If both NIINs are consumables. B. Yes. If both NIINs are in the same FGC. B. Yes. If both NIINs are in the same FGC. Is it possible to issue a subcustody item to a NIIN other than the original? Under what circumstances.

  30. D. All of the above A. Return RFI to Stock B. Transfer to Susp. for TD Incorp. The action required for return from subcustody is? C. Transfer to Susp. for Work Request D. All of the above 50/50

  31. D. All of the above A. Return RFI to Stock The action required for return from subcustody is? D. All of the above (Conditional)

  32. D. X71 C. X40 A. X30 C. X40 OBTW ……….What Doc ID will cross over through the interface when SUS Proc is performed for TD Incorp? (Hint Look in the Interface Design SPECS) B. X22 50/50

  33. C. X40 C. X40 What Doc ID will cross over through the interface when SUS Proc is performed for TD Incorp? B. X22

  34. D. All of the above A. Repairables – Suspense - Search B. Repairables – Suspense - New C. Repairables – Suspense - List Under Supply Subsystem, what path is needed to verify all items in Suspense? C. Repairables – Suspense - List. 50/50

  35. A. Repairables – Suspense - Search C. Repairables – Suspense - List. C. Repairables – Suspense - List Under Supply Subsystem, what path is needed to verify all items in Suspense?

  36. D. None of the above A. Transfer RFI Qty for later issues on demands B. Transfer RFI Qty for later Subcustody C. Transfer RFI Qty-avoiding inventory discrepancy C. Transfer RFI Qty-avoiding inventory discrepancy The basic benefit to Suspense Processing is to……. 50/50

  37. B. Transfer RFI Qty for later Subcustody C. Transfer RFI Qty-avoiding inventory discrepancy C. Transfer RFI Qty-avoiding inventory discrepancy The basic benefit to Suspense Processing is to…….