New Distribution Code (111) for the Retail Transportation and Supply Receipt/ Acknowledgement Interchange Transaction. This change revises the distribution code from 1 to 111 to clearly identify the transactions used for the Retail Transportation and Supply Receipt and Acknowledgement Interchange. Revises DLMS 940R and 945A.
Revise DLMS 940R Material Release and DLMS 945A Material Release Advice, to Support Unique Item Tracking for Air Force Positive Inventory Control (PIC) under the Retail Transportation and Supply Receipt and Acknowledgement Interchange. This addendum authorizes the generation of DLMS 940R and 945A information copies to the Air Force PIC Fusion. Revises Chapter 19, Unique Item Tracking.
Air Force-Unique Document Identifier Code Mappings to 940R under the Retail Transportation and Supply Receipt and Acknowledgement Transactions. This change adds DAAS mappings for the Air Force unique DICs XAA and XAR to the DLMS 940R. Revises DLMS 940R and DLMS 945A.
Revised Business Rules for Transshipper-Prepared SDRs.This change establishes new procedures associated with reporting supply discrepancies discovered while the shipment is in-transit. It authorizes two new SDR action codes to distinguish between SDRs requiring expedited response to resolve frustrated freight problems and those requiring no response, but which may be used by the action activity to correct shipping/packaging errors, recoup money from noncompliant vendors, and identify trends. A time standard of 5 days is established for those SDRs requesting expedited response. Revises Chapter 17, Supply Discrepancy Reporting.
Approved Addendum to Transshipper-Prepared SDRs for Documentation and Labeling Discrepancies.This change provides additional discrepancy codes to specifically target high volume discrepancies encountered by transshippers. In addition, this change modifies the text names associated with existing documentation discrepancy codes so that they may be used for various types of documentation, including vendor shipment documentation. Revises Chapter 17, Supply Discrepancy Reporting, as well as, Appendix 3.
Action Activity Replies to Transshipper-Prepared SDRs.This change further enhances the business process associated with transshipper SDRs by clarifying appropriate responses to be provided by action activities. Revises Chapter 17, Supply Discrepancy Reporting.
Revised DLMS 846P to Add Transaction Creation Date; and for Intra-Navy Changes to Migrate Navy BZA/BZC Data Requirements to 846P End of Day Transaction Count Function.This change adds the ‘transaction creation date to 846P, maps Navy DIC BZA and BZC data to DLMS 846P. Revises Chapter 6, Physical Inventory Control, and DLMS 846P.
Addition of Local Catalog ID qualifier to Support Requirements for Theater Enterprise-Wide Logistics System (TEWLS) Requisitions.This change adds the capability to identify a local catalog ID in requisitions and supply status transactions enabling communication of this data between Army Medical Material Agreement sites and DLA. Revises DLMS 511R, 511M, 869F, 842A/W, and 842A/R.
DLMS Procedures for Materiel Returns from National Inventory Management Strategy (NIMS) Sites and Industrial Sites under Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC).This change documents procedures for materiel returns to DLA under the NIMS and BRAC, along with establishing new procedures for authorizing and processing customer credits. Revises Chapter 11, Material Returns, and Redistribution of Assets, and Chapter 12, Due-In and Advance Receipt Information.
DLMS 869A, Requisition Inquiry/Supply Assistance Request, Correction and Clarification of Data Mapping, Administrative Updates, and Coordination of Procedures for Transaction-Based Supply Assistances Requests. This change standardizes the procedures for implementation of the DLMS enhancements associated with the supply assistance requests for planned implementation during modernization. Revises Chapter 4, Requisitioning, and DLMS 869A.
“Off-Line” Requisition Processing: Internet Ordering Application Request for Component Verification of Funds Availability and Recording of the Financial Obligation.This change provides guidance for an interface to be established between the various internet ordering applications and the applicable Service/Agency financial application. The purpose of the interface is to ensure funds availability before allowing the requisition to be processed, and, as a separate, subsequent action, to establish the required obligation within the financial system. Revises Chapter 4, Requisitioning, and DLMS 511R.
Revision to DLMS, Volume 2, Chapter for Logistics Asset Support Estimate (LASE).This change made administrative updates to the DLMS LASE chapter. ADC 333 is overcome by ADC 400 which eliminates the LASE process.
SDR Process for AF Retail Storage Activity Denials.This change documents the process by which the Air Force will identify a supply discrepancy and request credit as the result of storage activity denials after DLA assumes support functions at the three Air Logistics Centers under BRAC. The Air Force will submit a DLMS 842A/W SDR to DLA in response to a storage activity denial. This change requires identification of the denial document number in the SDR using the customer-assigned SDR number field. Revises Chapter 17, Supply Discrepancy Reporting, as well as DLMS 842A/W and 842A/R.
New Advice Code for Surge Requirements of Mission Support Material (MSM) under Navy Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) IMSP.This change was replaced in its entirety by ADC 338A.
New Advice Code for Surge Requirements of Mission Support Material (MSM) under Navy BRAC Inventory Management and Stock Positioning (IMSP).This change republishes ADC 338 to replace the previously assigned advice code with a new management code for use on DLMS transactions associated with requisitioning to identify surge requirements for Mission Support Material (MSM) under DLA-Navy BRAC IMSP. Revises the DLMS Data Dictionary.
Revise DLMS 527R Receipt, 867I Issue, 945A Materiel Release Advice, and 947I Inventory Adjustment to Support Unique Item Tracking for Air Force Positive Inventory Control (PIC).This change adds a new action code to clearly identify the copy of the transaction as an “image” transaction that does not affect the accountable records when the balance-affecting accountable transaction bypassed the normal DLA Transaction Services transaction flow. Revises DLMS 527R, 867I, 945A, and 947I.
Management Code for Product Quality Deficiency Report (PQDR) Replacement Requisitions.This change authorizes the assignment of a new management code for use on requisitions, requisition alerts, and selected follow-on transactions. The new code will indicate the materiel is being re-requisitioned upon determination that the originally requisitioned materiel was deficient and subsequent to submission of a PQDR. The management code alerts procurement personnel not to purchase the replacement material from the vendor identified in the PQDR. Revises Chapter 4, Requisitioning, and DLMS 511R, 511M, 869F, and 870S.
Revised Procedures for Pre-positioned Materiel Receipt (PMR) and Shipment Status for Retrograde and Directed Discrepant/Deficient Materiel Returns Including Corrected Time Standard for Security Assistance/Foreign Military Sales. This change modifies business rules and associated transactions to discretely identify the type of materiel return (discrepant/deficient, retrograde), to provide a matching PMR and materiel returns shipment status, and to require assignment of a unique transportation control number to eliminate duplicate numbers. Revises Chapter 11, Materiel Returns, Redistribution of Assets, Directed Discrepant/Deficient Materiel Returns, and Retrograde Returns, Chapter 12, Due-In and Advance Receipt Information, and Chapter 17, Supply Discrepancy Reporting, as well as DLMS 527D, 856R, and 842A/R.
Revise DLMS 846I, Asset Status Report to Address Intra-Navy Requirements for Navy DIC BA7, Cyclic Asset Status Report - Mobile Activities.Maps Navy legacy DIC BA7 to DLMS 846I. Revises Chapter 22, Asset Status Reporting, as well as DLMS 846I.
SDR Transaction Content/Business Rule Revisions/Clarification and Administrative Updates.This change addresses multiple issues associated with the content of SDR transactions and associated guidance. Changes include: updated mapping and guidance for types of materiel identification, removal of obsolete data elements, inclusion of vendor shipment number on SDR reply, expanded field length for reply remarks, a new reply code value, revised meaning fort Discrepancy Code T8, revised business rules for Action Code 3B, and clarification of "pseudo shipment numbers" identified on SDRs. Revises Chapter 17, Supply Discrepancy Reporting, as well as DLMS 842A/W and 842A/R.
Perpetuation of the Denial Management Code to the DLMS Requisition, and Modification of USAF BRAC IMSP SDR Procedures.This change perpetuates existing management codes on a DLMS requisitioning transaction to indicate a denial has occurred on a prior requested release of materiel purchased by the Air Force from DLA; it also includes the original document number/suffix to enable DLA to support the new requirement from an alternate source in lieu of where the original denial occurred. Revises Chapter 17, Supply Discrepancy Reporting. Revises DLMS 511R, 511M, and 869F.
Procedures and Content Requirements for Catalog Data Support under Navy and Marine Corps BRAC. This change establishes catalog data support procedures and transactional interface for Navy and Marine Corps BRAC usage. Revises Chapter 23, Catalog Data Support and establishes DLMS 832N.
Revised Catalog Data Support under Navy BRAC to Add Catalog Transaction Purpose Codes and Drawing CAGE.This change added two new values (response delayed and manual action required) to the catalog transaction purpose code data element in the DLMS 832N. It also added a new data element (drawing CAGE) to associate the CAGE with a part drawing number. Revises Chapter 23, as well as DLMS 832N.
Requirement for Exception Distribution of a Minimal Content SDR via Electronic Mail (E-mail). This change publishes updated procedures for SDR processing to ensure compliance with HQ DLA guidance for proper labeling and dissemination of “For Official Use Only (FOUO)” documents via e-mail. Revises Chapter 17, Supply Discrepancy Reporting.
Request for Discrepancy Indicator Code to Identify 527R MRA Generated Based on “Virtual Receipt” to Support Navy BRAC SS&D/IMSP. This change request is for the assignment of a new Discrepancy Indicator code for use on DLMS 527R standard transactions indicating the MRA is the result of a virtual receipt being posted in a Navy Maintenance system (Material Access Technology (MAT), or Material Resource Planning (MRP) II (MRPII)). This change allows 527R MRA transactions which are generated from the Navy ‘virtual’ receipt process to include an MRA Discrepancy Indicator code to facilitate recognition by external parties (e.g., logistics response time). Revises the DLMS Data Dictionary.
New and Revised Supply Status Procedures to Support “Virtual Receipt” and Requisition Alert Processes under Navy BRAC SS&D/IMSP.This change establishes new supply status codes for materiel arrival at the local Industrial Activity worksite and delivery when materiel is processed on a local manifest. This change also establishes procedures to provide supply and shipment status on requisition alerts to the Navy Shipyard or Fleet Readiness Center sites as the order is updated by the ICP. Revises DLMS 870S.
Revised Supply Status Procedures to Support “Virtual Receipt” and Requisition Alert Processes under Navy BRAC SS&D/IMSP – Intermediate Supply Status. This change enhances procedures implemented under ADC 379 to include additional supply status requirements to Navy BRAC SS&D sites. The new supply status procedures will provide greater visibility to the Naval Shipyard or Fleet Readiness Center in response to Navy requisition alert transactions in three situations: Pre-shipment Notification, Pre-protection Notification, and Mission Support Materiel (MSM) Allocation Notification.
Revised Supply Status Procedures to Support Requisition and Requisition Alert Processes under Navy BRAC SS&D/IMSP – Intermediate Supply Status.This change enhances procedures implemented under ADC 379 to update supply status requirements to provide notification to Navy Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Retail Supply Storage and Distribution (SS&D)/Inventory Management and Stock Positioning (IMSP) sites when materiel requisitioned by DLA (on behalf of the Navy) from another Service/Agency source of supply (SoS) has been processed for shipment. This change updates the narrative for existing supply status codes to provide more explicit explanation of their usage. This change supplements and modifies ADC 379/379A procedures; it does not replace prior ADCs. Revises Appendix 7.16, Supply Status.
Procedures and Additional Data Content supporting Unit of Use Requirements under Marine Corps BRAC.This change authorizes a data field on multiple DLMS transactions to provide a cross reference to the assigned local stock number (LSN) when a unit of use requirement applies to that materiel. Revises DLMS 527R, 842A/W, 842A/R, 842C/I, 842C/R, 842S/Q, 842S/R, 846P, 846R, 867I, 943A, 945A, 947I.
Administrative Revision to Identify Delivery Location Position in Transactions.This administrative addendum clearly identifies the inclusion of delivery location in the DLMS. Revises 511R, 511M, 527D, 869F.
Special Programs for Non-DoD/Non-Federal Agency Requisitioners; Additions in Support of DLA Disposition Services Under Reutilization Business Integration (RBI). This change amends ADC 384 to establish procedures for additional Special Programs in support of DLA RBI, where the requisitioner is neither a Federal Agency nor a DoD entity. Revises Chapter 4, Requisitioning.
DLMS Enhancement: DLMS 846A Asset Reclassification Transaction and Associated Procedures, and Administrative Update to DLMS 947I Inventory Adjustment.This change expands capability of the 846A DLMS transaction, notes, and procedures. Revises Chapter 7, Inventory Adjustment, DLMS 846A, and DLMS 947I.
Inventory Control Point /Integrated Item Manager (ICP/IMM)-Directed Shipments of Non-Requisitioned Government Furnished Materiel (GFM).This change authorizes an alternative process based on a bill of materiel enabling the source of supply to “push" GFM from the supply system, without initializing the requirement via a requisition (per current MILSTRIP "pull" for GFM). Revises Chapter 4, Requisitioning.