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Summary of Revisions DoD Manual 4140.01. DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Procedures. DoDM 4140.01 “ DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Procedures ”. Summary of Revisions. Volume 1: Operational Requirements

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    1. Summary of RevisionsDoD Manual 4140.01 DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Procedures

    2. DoDM4140.01“DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Procedures” Summary of Revisions Volume 1: Operational Requirements • Lays out the framework for the manual and introduces the supply chain strategies. • Incorporates the overarching approach for prevention, detection, reporting, and disposal of counterfeit materiel. Volume 2: Demand and Supply Planning • Incorporates the use of DoD asset visibility capabilities to make maximum use of existing inventories throughout DoD for purposes of procurement offset and order fulfillment. (CIMIP Action B-3.1) • Introduces use of demand intermittency and variation to identify items as forecastable or non-forecastable and establishes conditions under which DoD Components will use quantitative models to forecast future demand. (CIMIP Action A-4.1) • Correlates the inventory performance goals to meet readiness goals of a weapon system throughout its life cycle, balance with stock positioning goals to minimize total costs, and synchronize with inventory planning and distribution.

    3. DoDM 4140.01 “DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Procedures” Summary of Revisions Volume 3: Materiel Sourcing • Clarifies the requirements to maximize the use of DoD owned inventory on all PBL or other DVD arrangements before procuring from commercial sources. (CIMIP Action F-4.2) • Clarifies the processes for minimizing excess on-order assets where cost effective. (CIMIP Actions C-1.1 and C-2.1) • Emphasizes BCA methodology include any storage cost savings derived from a move to a commercial distributions systems for items with high storage requirements. (CIMIP Action F-3.2) • Adds procedures for preventing counterfeit materiel from entering the DoD supply chain. • Adds principles of sustainability to sourcing and procurement of products and services. Volume 4: Make and Maintain Materiel • Clarifies procedures for the procurement hand off of depot-level reparable items which are maintained by government and commercial maintenance facilities. • Adds procedures for the procurement of biobased, environmentally preferable, energy-efficient, water-efficient, and recycled-content products.

    4. DoDM 4140.01 “DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Procedures” Summary of Revisions Volume 5: Delivery of Materiel • Adds distribution considerations to stock positioning decisions to balance inventory, transportation, and materiel handling costs with stockage at wholesale distribution depots or stockage at retail storage activities. • Adds customer distribution planning to bring together the supply chain elements of stock positioning, materiel preparation for shipment, packing, consolidation, in-transit accountability, and traffic management to accomplish delivery of materiel to the customer in the most efficient and effective manner possible. • Establishes requirements for scheduled customer distribution services and delivery truck routes to installations necessary to optimize the supply chain and meet the time definite delivery standards for customer wait time. • Specifies the requirement for government personnel to perform acceptance of materiel that is shipped directly from commercial sources where “destination acceptance” is specified in the contract. • Tightens procedures for physical inventory control with location surveys, quality control, research, accuracy and performance goals, workload and performance management reporting, and reconciliation of records. • Incorporates the use of AIT for asset tracking and ITV.

    5. DoDM 4140.01 “DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Procedures” Summary of Revisions Volume 6: Materiel Returns, Retention, and Disposition • Adds emphasis on accomplishing materiel disposition in contingency operations in accordance with the warfighter’s mission and in the best interest of the U.S. Government using principles of sustainability. • Adds procedures to the annual review of economic and contingency retention stock. (CIMIP Actions E-3.1, E-3.2, and G-1.3) • Adds procedures for the proper categorization of contingency retention stock. (CIMIP Action E-1.2) • Update the guidance for the timeliness and effectiveness of potential reutilization stock reviews. (CIMIP Action H-1.2) • Adds procedures to allow for the pre-screening of returns for disposal. (CIMIP H-2.2) • Establishes procedures to detect, report, and dispose of counterfeit materiel found in the DoD supply chain. Volume 7: Supporting Technologies • Provides current specifications for incorporating technologies into DoD materiel management to handle information, automatically identify items in storage and movement, and analyze process improvements.

    6. DoDM 4140.01 “DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Procedures” Summary of Revisions Volume 8: Materiel Data Management and Exchange • Clarifies the responsibilities for DLA, under the direction of the ASD(L&MR), to administer and manage: • The operation of the Federal Logistics Information System. • The standard logistics data exchanges in the Defense Logistics Management System. Volume 9: Materiel Programs • Updates the charter and establishes DASD(SCI) as the chair for the Defense Packaging Policy Group. Volume 10: Metrics and Inventory Stratification Reporting • Updates procedures for supply chain performance reporting on the performance and cost of supply chain operations and inventory. • Adds procedures to use stratification results to improve decision making on holding inventory, to identify potential for on-order and on-hand excess, and to identify potential reutilization.

    7. DoDM 4140.01 “DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Procedures” Summary of Revisions Volume 11: Management of Critical Safety Items, Controlled Inventory Items including Nuclear-Weapons Related Materiel • Adds increased rigor in managing and handling special types of materiel, intensive item management of Nuclear Weapons-Related Materiel (NWRM) with the highest levels of materiel accountability and asset visibility for the stewardship of critical safety items (CSI) and controlled inventory items (CII). • Replaces procedures for unique item tracking programs with the use of IUID for qualified items. • Increases requirements for REPSHIPS to 100% for all shipments that are CII, to include NWRM, where transportation protective services are required. • Increases requirements for physical inventory count and accuracy to 100% physical count as reflected by the number of items listed on the crates or containers when items are CII, including NWRM, and are banded and crated or are in a sealed container.