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                             TRAINING LESSON PLAN FORMAT

Title: REORDERS TRAINING

Reference: COMNAVAIRLANT/COMNAVAIRPACINST 4440.2

                                              REORDERS
I. Reorders

        A. Reorders are used to replenish material used during the cruise or inport periods. Reorders directly
        Affects the Supply Effectiveness and the Range and Depth Percentages.

                 -    You do the Reorder in RSUPPLY just go to INV-Management-Inventory Actions-
                      Reorders. Once you get in the Reorder screen you will notice you have six different
                      types of reorders and each reorder will give you different results. The six reorder types
                      are listed below:

                 -    1. AVCAL INCREASE- This is what is used after CNAP request that you run an ISAL
                      which raised your allowance levels and an AVCAL INCREASE will only reorder the
                      material you just raised the allowance for. (X08 or X09). This will ensure APN 6
                      Funding is charged for allowance adds/increases that were provided in the allowance
                      products provided.
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                 -    2. COSAL/LOAD LIST INCREASE- This type of allowance is done by CNAP usually
                      following an REAVCAL. This type o reorder shall only be used after a new AVCAL,
                      CAVCAL, and ISAL have been loaded and after all pre-existeing and non-recurring
                      quantity has been cleared which may have been set in error. This will ensure APN 6
                      Funding is charged for allowance adds/increases that were provided in the allowance
                      products provided.

                 -    3. FILL- fleet Item Load List is a reorder you use to make all your reorders go to the
                      Supporting Supply Ship on Cruise. When you select a FILL Reorder the Ships UIC will
                      be present and you double check to make sure that that is the current Supply Ship. A
                      FILL reorder will generate a reorder that just goes to that ship and no Where else if the
                      ship is NIS the req is Bq’ d and you would do a routine reoder.

                 -    4. NON-FILL- This type of reorder will consider all records will FILL indicator set to
                      zero.

                 -    5. QCOSAL INCREASE- This type of reorder will consider all QCOSAL records with
                      nonrecurring quantity greater than zero. This reorder is used after QCOSAL increase
                      has been processed, and after all pre-existing , non-recurring quantity has been cleared
                      which may have been set in error. This will ensure NAVSEA OPN funding is charged
                      for allowance adds/increases that were included in the allowance product provided.

                 -    6. ROUTINE- Routine is used for regular reorders used to replenish stock and this will
                      ensure that BP28 funding is used.

When you select the reorder you are going to use now you have to select the COMPUTATION TYPE and
there are 4 types but you will only use one. The are listed below.

                 1.   (RO) to (TOTAL O/H + STK DUES + SUBS O/H + SUBS DUE) This is only a Top
                      Off which you use for Pre-Deployment Range/Depth increase.
                 2.   RO TO (TOTAL O/H +STK DUES + SUBS O/H)



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                  3.   RP TO (TOTAL O/H +STK DUES + SUBS O/H +SUBS DUE) This option is your
                       primary reorder computation unless told by CNAP.
                  4.   RP TO (TOTAL O/H + STK DUES +SUBS O/H)


Prior to running any reorders you must make sure there are no outstanding inventories in the system if a
Inventory Flag is present it can cause items not to be reordered.

Reorders are done twice the first time is a Trial and that is how you check the reorder for errors. The second one
is the LIVE and the system will generate req numbers which you will release through req release. Also when
you run a LIVE reorder it is best to run a SAMMA SAL with RAO Detail and that will check for erroneous
orders.

Questions:

    1.   How many times would you do a Reorder?
         Twice- A Trial then the Live

    2.   What Computation would you use for the Reorder?
         RP TO (TOTAL O/H +STK DUES + SUBS O/H +SUBS DUE)

    3.   Should Inventory Flags be cleared before you do a Reorder?
         Always or you won’t get a valid Reorder because if there is a flag present the Reorder won’t be picked
         up.

    4.   After A reorder is placed what report do you run to check for invalid reqs?
         SAMMA SAL RAO Detail

    5.   What Reorder would you most likely run?
         ROUTINE




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