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  1. Perform Property Management in the Contemporary Operational Environment LE-150

  2. “What is the worst incident/example of Property Management you’ve heard about in your career?”

  3. Enabling Learning Objective ELO 701-MLC-9000.03 Action: Perform Property Management in the Contemporary Operating Environment Condition: Mid-Grade leaders in a classroom environment working individually and as a member of a small group, using doctrine, practical exercises, case studies, personal experience, handouts and discussion. Standards: Identify the basic principles of property management in the COE. Discuss property management tactics, techniques, and procedures in the COE. Summarize property management pre-deployment planning. Summarize deployment property management procedures. Summarize sustainment property management procedures Summarize re-deployment property management procedures Summarize post-deployment property management procedures Learning Domain: Cognitive Level of Learning: Comprehension 3

  4. THE ARMY AUTHORIZATION DOCUMENT SYSTEM (TAADS) • Table of Organization and Equipment (TOE). • Modification Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE). • Tables of Distribution and Allowances (TDA). • Joint Tables of Allowances (JTA). • Other Authorization Documents: • Common Tables of Allowances (CTAs). • Army Regulations (ARs). • Technical Manuals (TMs). 4

  5. TYPES OF PROPERTY (AR 735-5, Chap 4) • Personal Property • Organization Property: property authorized under an MTOE or deployable TDA authorization document and all CTA property which deploys with the unit. • Installation Property: non-deployable property issued to a unit by authority of a CTA or other HQDA approved or NGB authorization documents, except expendable items and personal clothing. • Theater Provided Equipment: property (organizational or installation) that has been identified and forward positioned to offset equipment deployment requirements. • Real Propertyconsists of lands, buildings, structures, utilities systems, improvements, and appurtenances thereto. Includes equipment attached to and made part of buildings and structures (such as heating systems) but not movable equipment (such as plant equipment). 5

  6. CLASSIFICATION OF PROPERTY • Nonexpendable - An item of Army property coded with and ARC of “N” in the FEDLOG. Nonexpendable items require property book accountability after issue from the stock record account. • Expendable - An item of Army property coded with an ARC of “X” in the FEDLOG, no formal accountability required after issue form a stock record account. • Durable - An item of Army property coded with an ARC of “D” in FEDLOG. Durable items do not require property book accountability after issue from the stock record account, but requires hand receipt control when issued to user. • $5K Threshold – AR 710-2, Chapter 2-5. Accounting records are no longer required for property having a unit cost of less than $5000, regardless of the FSC. Items meeting this criteria will have the same controls as durable property. 6

  7. Command Supply Discipline Program • A commander’s program directed at ensuring compliance with HQ, DA supply policies and procedures outlined in Chapter 1 and Appendix B of AR 710-2, and Chapter 11 of AR 735-5. • Responsibilities of the commander/supervisory personnel to instill supply discipline in their operations. • Guidance for evaluating supply discipline. • Feedback through command and technical channels for improving supply policy and procedures to monitor supply discipline. • Follow-up to ensure discipline is maintained. 7

  8. Enforcement of CSDP • Leadership. The biggest aspect of CSDP is leadership • Command emphasis. Enforcing discipline and compliance with regulations requires continuous reinforcement. • Training. To maintain supply discipline, commanders must adhere to CSDP and conduct supply discipline training for all subordinates. • Administrative measures. AR 735-5 provides various administrative measures for accounting for lost, damaged, and destroyed property. • Disciplinary measures. Designed to assist in the deterrence and corrective action for lost, damaged, or destroyed property. These disciplinary measures include reprimands, adverse efficiency reports, and Uniform Code of Military Justice (UMCJ) action. 8

  9. Key Property Management Terms • Accountability – Is the obligation to keep records of property, documents, or funds. • Accountable Officer - The accountable officer is a person officially appointed on orders to maintain a formal set of accounting records of property or funds. This person may or may not have physical possession of the property or funds. The three types of accountable officers are Transportation officer; Stock record officer, and Property book officer. • Responsibility – Is the obligation of an individual to ensure that Government property and funds entrusted to his or her possession, command, or supervision are properly used and card for and that proper custody and safekeeping are provided. There are five types of responsibility: 9

  10. What are the Different Types Of Responsibility? Division Brigade Or Regiment • Command • Supervisory • Custodial • Direct • Personal COMMAND RESPONSIBILITY Responsibility for all property within their command. Battalion Or Squadron CUSTODIAL RESPONSIBILITY Supply Sergeant, supply Clerk, or warehouse person responsible for property in storage awaiting issue or Turn-in. Company, Troop, Battery or Detachment Platoon SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY Responsibility for all property in the possession of personnel under their supervision DIRECT RESPONSIBILITY Responsibility for all property within their command. PHRH Responsibility for property in their possession Section Squad PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY Responsibility for property in their possession Individual 10

  11. Logistics STAMIS • The Unit Level Logistics System –A (ULLSA) - is a menu-driven, automated information system, used by field level aviation maintenance personnel to track PMCS, on-hand shop stock usage. • The Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) system is a Web-based property accountability application designed to deliver total asset visibility in real-time. • The Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS) is the primary automation system used in Army DS/GS supply units. It processes customer requests from ULLS, SAMS, SPBS-R, and PBUSE. • The Standard Army Maintenance System – Enhanced (SAMS-1E) merges ULLS-G and SAMS-1/2 functions; Automates unit level maintenance supply, unit status reporting and provides automated Field/ Sustainment support using readiness status reporting and maintenance management tools. • STAMIS Connectivity • CSS VSAT • CAISI 11

  12. Hand Receipts • The Primary Hand Receipt (PHR) is generated primarily through PBUSE; if you are not using PBUSE, the PHR can be maintained using DA Form 2062. The Primary Hand Receipts incur transactions regularly. These transactions are broken down into the following categories: • Transactions affecting the Primary Hand Receipt balance • Transactions not affecting the Primary Hand Receipt balance. • An item issued from the PBO, turned into the PBO or laterally transferred from unit-to-unit affects the balance on a Primary Hand Receipt . • The Key Leader delegates a designated representative, usually the Unit Supply NCO/ Manager/ Clerk to receive sign and/or turn in property at the Property Book Office. This is done using a delegation of authority for DA Form 1687, DA Pam 710-2-1, Ch 2, paragraph 2-32; Figure 2-14 provides an example Delegation of Authority 12

  13. Hand Receipt Transactions • Change documents: • DA Form 3161; DA Form 581, DA Form 4949. • All supporting documents generated by the PBO will have a document number validating the action taken. • As changes occur, file all change documents in a supporting document file. This file is kept and secured in the Unit Supply Room. • Organize this file in Julian date sequence. The Julian date is the part of the document number the PBO used to record changes to the PHR balance. • Because all these forms affect changes on your Primary Hand Receipt Balance, they are called change documents. 13

  14. Documentation • When property is turned in because of unserviceability, use the following accounting records: • DA Form 5988 E (Technical Inspection, (T/I), Work Sheet). This is commonly refereed to as a T/I for turn in. • DA Form 2765-1 (Request for Issue or Turn –In). • DA Form 3161 (Change Document). • When property is being issued as a result of a shortage being filled, a fielding or new item is introduced to the unit; equipment is being upgraded due to a Modified Work order; or a lateral transfer has been directed, use the following forms: • DA Form 5988 E (Technical Inspection Work Sheet). • DA Form 2765-1 (Request for Issue or Turn –In). • DA Form 3161 (Change Document). • When a lateral transfer from one unit to another unit is directed by the PBO, use the following forms: • Memorandum directing lateral transfer and detailed instruction. • DA Form 5988 E (Technical Inspection Work Sheet). • DA Form 3161 (Change Document). • In most cases, all directives concerning the lateral transfer of Property Book Items are managed through the PBO. Units will not make independent decisions to lateral transfer Property Book Items. 14

  15. Why Do We Use the Sub Hand Receipt? The sub hand receipt process is basically the breaking down of your PHR and assigning to your subordinate leaders property book items they authorized by MTOE in order to accomplish their mission. You are assigning the items to the leader who will use the items. The sub hand receipt holder should have all the tools in his/her possession to ensure successful management of their property to include: a copy of the current sub hand receipt, a copy of all change documents, and copies of all TMs, SCs and SBs and the unit’s MTOE. This will ensure that if they are managing their SHRs correctly; it will ensure your PHR is more accurate. NOTE: Only the sections paragraph of the MTOE is needed. 15

  16. Rules for Sub Hand Receipt Holders • Under no circumstances will sub hand receipt holders make independent decisions to loan Primary Hand Receipt items to units without prior approval of the PBO and Key Leader of that unit. • Property will not be issued for more than 30 days. • Verify that temporary hand receipts are prepared in two copies when they are used. Ensure individual receiving the property prints their complete name and notes their day time phone number in the event contact is needed. • Verify that temporary hand receipts are filed separately from hand receipts/sub-hand receipts in date sequence to allow for daily review. • Ensure that supply personnel are notifying the temporary hand receipt holder to arrange for the return of property no later than the expiration date. • Verify that both copies of temporary hand receipts are destroyed when the equipment is returned. (There is no requirement to maintain receipts upon return of property.) 16

  17. What are BII and COEI? • BII (Basic Issue Item) and COEI (Components Of End Item) Listings are descriptions (usually with pictures), contained in each end item's Technical Manual (TM), of the various parts and equipment which are required for that item to be "complete." For instance, the Component Listing of a HMMWV shows the tools (jack, lug wrench, sledge hammer), fire extinguisher, first-aid kit, and other items that the operator would need to operate safely on a daily basis. • Components are generally broken down into 3 areas, and will be displayed in this order: Components of the End Item (COEI), Basic Issue Items (BII), or the Additional Authorization List (AAL). • If not prepared in PBUSE, component hand receipts are prepared on DA Form 2062. 17

  18. An inventoryis the physical count of all supplies and equipment on hand. What Are the Procedures for Conducting an Inventory? • Determine what is to be inventoried • Set the dates • Use correct publications • Notify the hand or sub-hand receipt holder • Conduct the inventory • Record results and adjust records 18

  19. Take these actions prior to the inventory: • Coordinate with the next higher commander/supervisor for any instructions. • Make sure all hand or sub-hand receipts and annexes with change documents are updated. • Review hand receipts to find the type of items to be inventoried. If needed, select personnel to assist with the inventory and give them instructions. • Notify sub-hand receipt holders of when and how the inventory is to be conducted. • Review DA Pam 25-30 to ensure the most current publications are used for the inventory. 19

  20. Take these actions during the inventory: • Check all items to make sure the item and their description on the unit property book and hand receipt match. • Make a visual check of the condition of the property. Make a list of any damaged equipment. • Count all items listed on the hand receipt. Make a list of any overages or shortages. • Check end items for completeness. Use the proper Technical Manual (TM) or Supply Catalog (SC) to identify components. Make a list of discrepancies. • Check the serial numbers on the item with that recorded on the HR. Make a list of any serial number discrepancies. • Identify damaged equipment and report to unit maintenance personnel for repair. • Identify damaged/unserviceable equipment and report to unit maintenance personnel for repair. 20

  21. Take these actions after the inventory: • Ensure property accounting is complete and accurate. • Ensure property is on hand and serviceable. • Ensure property is safeguarded. • Evaluate all supply operations using the standards of the Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) outlined in AR 710-2, Appendix B. • Ensure inventory is conducted IAW AR 710-2, table 2-2. • Ensure lost, damaged or destroyed property is accounted for IAW the appropriate regulation. • Ensure causative research is conducted to determine the reason for inventory discrepancies. 21

  22. Examples of Event Driven Inventories? • Change of Command • Receipt/Turn-in of Property • Cyclic ( i.e. 10%) • Command Directed • Change of Armorer • Task Force/Rear Detachment • Deployment/Redeployment 22

  23. Commodity Driven Inventories • Weapons & Ammunition • Sensitive Items • Controlled Cryptographic Item (CCI) • COMSEC • Loads • Organization Clothing & Individual Equipment 23

  24. Commander’ Role in Requesting Supplies • Ensure that equipment and components listed in the authorized column (of the MTOE and TDA) are on hand or on request. PBUSE will be used to request MTOE/TDA items in the automated process. • Quantities of basic load items authorized by a MACOM commander will be on hand or on request. • When authorized substitute items (SB 700–20, appendix G) are on hand, the preferred item will be requested. • Request for items having a recoverability code of A, D, F, H, or L requires the turn-in of the unserviceable item at the same time the request is presented to the SSA (CL IX repair parts requests). • Supply requests will be prepared IAW DA Pam 710–2–1. • A document register for all supply actions will be kept by each organizational element authorized by the PBO to request supplies. • All supply requests will be submitted to the appropriate SSA. Exceptions are DRMO and Local Purchase. • As an exception to using local purchase, unit commanders and activity chiefs may obtain material below the micro-purchase threshold by submitting requirements directly to a purchase cardholder. 24

  25. Commander’ Role in Requesting Supplies (Cont’d) Local Purchase/Credit Card Requests • Purchase cardholders will by-pass the stock record account when purchasing items that are not in the Army inventory. However, demands must be recorded for purchases of repair parts. • Cardholders must observe established priorities for use of Government supply sources. • Local purchase provisions prescribed by paragraph 14–16 of AR 710-2 do not apply to purchase card purchases. • Hand receipt holders must prepare DD Form 250 (Material Inspection and Receiving Report) to acknowledge and report purchases of nonexpendable or controlled items to the PBO. Use the procedures outlined in DA Pam 710-2-1 when completing the DD Form 250. • The PBO processes the receipt of supplies and equipment upon receipt of documentation per paragraph 2–8 of AR 710-2. 25

  26. Commander’ Role in Requesting Supplies ARNG Specific Policy • Commanders will submit requests for authorized supplies as directed by the USPFO of their respective states. • Document registers will be kept as follows: • For the property book, non-expendable items, and ammunition; one register per property book. • For durable and expendable items; as directed by the USPFO. • The USPFO, division or separate brigade command level staff will make sure document numbers from various registers are not duplicated. USPFO approval is required for assignment of blocks of document numbers. USAR Specific Policy • Requests for which funds are not available (unfinanced demands) will be sent to the unit funding activity (MUSARC) and managed as directed by the MACOM. Requests for items for which there is no maintenance capability or storage space will be managed as prescribed by the MACOM. 26

  27. Commander’ Role in Requesting Supplies COMSEC Requirements • Commanders will coordinate with their supporting COMSEC account custodian for transactions concerning classified COMSEC material. COMSEC custodians managing a COMSEC account that does not have a direct support or intermediate supply support mission will comply with the applicable policies contained in this chapter, related procedural publications, and TB 380–41. • COMSEC equipment fielded through Total Package Fielding (TPF) will be provided in a separate package through coordination between USACSLA and the fielding command. Classified COMSEC material must be shipped to a designated COMSEC account. 27

  28. Receiving supplies • The Commander designates responsible persons to sign for the supplies using DA Form 1687 Notice of Delegation of Authority – Receipt for Supplies. • Customers will pick up supplies from the Supply Support Activity (SSA) within 2 days of notification of availability. Any supplies not picked-up by the customer after 5 days will return to SSA stocks. • Supplies received will be counted manually or electronically by quantity and compared to the receipt document. Discrepancies will be documented and reported to the SSA within 3 days (30 days for USAR) of receipt. Supplies that are received from other than the SSA will be reported through the PBO to the SSA whether there is a discrepancy or not. • Serial, lot, and registration numbers will be entered on receipt documents for those items that require serial and registration number entry on the property book. • Detailed procedures for processing receipts of classified COMSEC equipment and material by COMSEC accounts are contained in TB 380–41. 28

  29. Receiving Supplies Cont’d • Property book items received or reported as found on installation (FOI) will be posted to the property book within 3 workdays. • Excesses caused by unit pack may be kept and used. Documentation accompanying material received directly from a contractor or a vendor under the Prompt Payment Act will be sent to supporting SSA within 3 workdays of receipt. • Receipt of material purchased with the Army purchase card that is received at a consolidated receiving point or an individual’s office or desk will be reported immediately to the purchase cardholder to confirm receipt of the property. Items considered to be nonexpendable, durable, or pilferable will be reported to the PHRH who will follow the instructions in paragraph 2–6m(3)(g) of AR 710-2 on how to prepare DD Form 250 (Material Inspection and Receiving Report) to acknowledge receipt. • When receiving any type of property to include property book items or an end items with components an inventory must be performed and results recorded prior to signing the receipt documents. 29

  30. Supply Receipt Forms • The following forms can be used to receive supplies: • DA Form 2765-1 (Request for Issue or Turn-in). • DA Form 581 (Request for Issue and Turn-In of Ammunition). • DA Form 3161 (Request for Issue or Turn-in). • DD Form 1348–6 (DOD Single Line Item Requisition System Document). • DD Form 250 (Materiel Inspection and Receiving Report). • DD Form 1155 (Order for Supplies or Services). • Government credit card purchase receipt. • SF 44 (Purchase Order-Invoice-Voucher). 30

  31. Issuing Supplies • When issuing supplies and equipment the primary form used is DA Form 3161. • When issuing supplies and equipment the following should be ensured: • Conduct an inventory of equipment and/or supplies being issued using current publications. • If the item being issued has components; a component hand receipt (DA Form 2062) should also be used in conjunction with DA Form 3161 to validate shortages. • Upon completion of the inventory ensure appropriate data and signatures are posted to DA Form 3161. • When used for a lateral transfer, forward a copy to the PBO (accountable officer) for posting. 31

  32. Adverse Actions • Commanders may take adverse administrative or disciplinary measures if it is determined the loss, damage, or destruction was the result of negligence. These actions include, but are not limited to: • An oral or written reprimand. • Appropriate remarks in the individual’s evaluation report. • Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) reclassification. • Bar to reenlistment. • Action under the Uniform Code of Military Justices (UCMJ). • (6) Adverse actions against civilian personnel as authorized. 32

  33. What Are the Methods for Obtaining Relief? • DA Form 4949, Administrative Adjustment Report (AAR) is used for minor property records adjustments. • DD Form 362, Statement of Charges/Cash Collection Voucher (S/C/CCV) is used when an individual admits liability and desire to pay through payroll deduction or cash collection. • DD Form 200, Financial Liability Investigation Property Loss (FLIPL) is used when liability is not admitted. • Cash Purchase is used when liability is admitted and wishes to purchase a suitable like item. 33

  34. Criteria of Use for DA Form 4949 • Discrepancies in Makes, models or sizes. • DA directed NSN changes. • Unit of issue changes that affect hand receipt holders. • Changes in accountability requirements. • Assembly/disassembly of an end item • Adjust serial number posting due to equipment exchanges or obvious posting errors (one or two digits, used the wrong serial number from the data plate and both serial numbers are present) 34

  35. DA Form 362 Criteria • The Statement of Charges/Cash Collection Voucher, DD Form 362, is the preferred method for accounting lost, damaged or destroyed property. Funds collected by this technique remain at the installation and may be used to replace the property in question. The voucher method may be used when an individual admits pecuniary liability for lost, damaged, or destroyed government property. • DD Form 362 may never be used for the loss of a sensitive item (CIIC of 1–6, 8, 9 $, N, P, Q, R, and Y). This method may only be used if the cost does not exceed the individual’s monthly base pay. Depreciation may be granted IAW AR 735-5, Appendix B, Para B-2. • Once completed, the form must be processed through the section maintaining the document register. Non-expendable property is not taken off the hand receipt until a receipt copy from finance has been returned to PBO. It is the supply sergeant’s responsibility to ensure that all property paid for on a DD Form 362 is taken off the sub-hand receipt holder’s sub-hand receipt as well as the PHR. 35

  36. DD Form 200 Criteria • A FLIPL must be initiated for the following reasons: • Negligence or willful misconduct is suspected as the cause but there is no admission of liability and refusal to make payment. • For all sensitive items (CIIC of 1–6, 8, 9 $, N, P, Q, R, and Y) an AR 15-6 investigation is required and the results are attached to the DD Form 200. In this case, the FLIPL is used as a voucher to adjust the property. • The property involves a change of accountable officer’s inventory and there is no voluntary reimbursement by the outgoing accountable officer. • The value of the property involved exceeds the individual’s base pay 36

  37. DEPLOYMENT PROPERTY MANAGEMENT • Pre-deployment preparation. • Develop a request for information list to gain pertinent information relating to your deployment. use with the unit you will relieve in theater. • Use your TACSOP, supply SOP, policy letters, MOA’s to help develop the request for information list. 37

  38. DEPLOYMENT PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (CONT’D) • Coordinate property management issues with key staff elements, unit leaders, and external agencies and organizations. • Identify deployment actions related to property accountability. • Identify unit deployment requirements. • Coordinate with S3/4 through PBO to identify deploying equipment. • Coordinate with SPO CL V on weapons requirements. • Request assistance from the designated Battalion staff element. 38

  39. CONDUCT CSS STAMIS TRAINING • Use STX or other types of exercise to ensure soldiers are trained on: • Setting up tactical communications. • The policies and procedures to load the derivative UIC (DUIC) with the PBO . • The policies and procedures to load derivative DODAAC. • Management of UBL ammunition. • Battle loss procedures. 39

  40. PRE-DEPLOYMENT COORDINATION • Coordinate with the Battalion Staff to provide unit requirements to the Pre-Deployment Site Survey (PDSS) team. • Coordinate Relief in Place (RIP) inventory actions. • Coordinate derivative Unit Identification Code (DUIC)/Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DODAAC) requirements with the S4 through the PBO . 40

  41. ACTIONS AFTER RECEIPT OF SPLIT HR’S • Coordinate with the CSSAMO to split unit logistics STAMIS. • Direct supply sergeant to reconcile the current hand receipts with requirements for the deployment, LBE, and RDE hand receipts. • Direct sub-hand receipt holders to conduct inventories. • Coordinate the turn in of LBE from the sub-hand receipt holders to the supply sergeant. • Ensure supply sergeant reconciles hand receipts with hand receipt/sub-hand receipt holders. • Reconcile hand receipts with the PBO. 41

  42. ACTIONS AFTER RECEIPT OF SPLIT HR’S (CONT’D) • Perform the required property adjustments. • Conduct any supply actions IAW PBO guidance (if required). • Prepare new sub-hand receipts according to property book split. • Coordinate with the PBO on time frame to conduct lateral transfer of LBE/RDE with AMC. • Sign deployment hand receipt. • Sub-hand receipt holders sign updated deployment hand receipts. • Direct supply sergeant to obtain deployment project codes from the PBO. 42

  43. CONDUCT SUSTAINMENT PROPERTY MANAGEMENT • Perform the following actions upon arrival in the AOR: • Coordinate with supporting PBO/PBT upon arrival. • Coordinate issue of unit RFI. • Coordinate the issue of individual RFI. • Inventory deployed property upon arrival. • Use CONEX validation sheets to account for all containers. • Conduct 100% inventory if seal broken or missing. • Coordinate with PBO on activation of DODAAC and validating TAC (Type of Address Code) addresses thru CFLCC. 43

  44. CONDUCT SUSTAINMENT PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (CONT’D) • Receive Rapid Equipment Fielding Equipment. • Receive Class V Items. • Receive Theater Provided Equipment (TPE) to include Long Term Transfer (LTT) and Short Term Loan (STL) equipment. • Receive Installation Property. • Receive Organizational Property. 44

  45. RIP/TOA ACTIONS • Conduct joint inventories. • Ensure supply sergeant reconciles hand receipts with hand receipt holders. • Sub-hand receipt equipment to subordinates. • Reconcile hand receipts with appropriate PBOs. • Sign hand receipts. • Perform lateral transfer actions. • Revalidate MEEL 30 days after TOA and provide to the S4 for submission to CFLCC. • Establish accounts with supporting activities. 45

  46. SUSTAINMENT OPERATIONS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT • Maintain supplies and equipment while deployed in the AOR using applicable policies and regulations. • There is no “Wartime Supply Policy”, it is rescinded. • Conduct battlefield loss property accountability actions. • Return LTT and/or STL equipment to the owning unit prior to their redeployment. 46

  47. CONDUCT REDEPLOYMENT PROPERTY MANAGEMENT • Actions upon receipt of re-deployment orders. • Coordinate actions for TPE, organizational and installation hand receipts with supporting PBO/PBT. • Perform lateral transfer actions. • Coordinate turn-in/transfer of ammunition. • Coordinate the disposition of excess TPE equipment. • Coordinate with AMC liaison on equipment requiring national level reset. 47

  48. ACTIONS PRIOR TO CONDUCTING RIP/TOA • Prepare TPE and redeploying equipment. • Conduct inventory with sub-hand receipt holders. • Include Sets, Kits and Outfits (SKO) and Components of End Items (COEI). • Identify TPE and return to home station equipment. • Ensure equipment to be hand receipted meets 10/20 standards. • Identify and turn-in equipment meeting criteria for reset/recap. • Reconcile hand receipts • Coordinate with CSSAMO. • Coordinate with rear detachment commander. 48

  49. CONDUCT RIP/TOA • Conduct Relief in Place/Transfer of Authority (RIP/TOA) actions with the incoming unit. • Conduct change of hand receipt holder inventory of all equipment with the incoming unit commander(s). • Resolve any discrepancies with the incoming commander(s) and the PBO/PBT. • Coordinate with the theater PBO/PBT. • Upon completion of the RIP/TOA, all TPE ( to include excess TPE), and REF equipment is transferred from your unit to the incoming unit(s) as a change of hand receipt holder through the Army Field Support Command (AFSC) PBT. 49

  50. POST-DEPLOYMENT PROPERTY MANGEMENT • Post-Deployment begins with the arrival at home station or the demobilization station (DMS). • Effective property management procedures are just as important as they were when gearing up for deployment. • Deployment operations can place severe demands on a unit’s supplies and equipment. • Prior to the return of the unit from deployment, the rear detachment commander/PHRH performs the following actions. • Conduct 100% task force/rear detachment inventory of LBE. • Submit adjustment documents to the supporting property book office. • Upon return to home station, the deployed commander should perform the following actions. • Conduct 100% inventory of returning equipment. • Resolve any discrepancies brought about by the inventory. • Submit adjustment documents to the supporting property book office. • Coordinate with AMC for turn-in of RDE (if required) • Initiate relief from responsibility (when required). 50