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1

What year was the Naval Medical Supply Depot in Brooklyn, NY established?

1850

2

What year did congress authorize the Medical Supply Depot to produce supplies for the DON?

1853

3

What year was the Naval Medical Supply Depot changed to the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts?

1952

4

DLA?

Defense logistics agency

5

NAVSUP?

Naval Supply Systems Command

6

NAVMEDLOGCOM?

Naval Medical Logistics Command

7

Logistics encompasses the acquisition, accounting, __________ and __________ of assets with the DON?

Sustainment & Disposition

8

Fiscal administration is the ultimate responsibility of who?

Each commanding officer

9

Who established the organizational structure for Medical Logistics Departments?

The Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED)

10

Food service or Linen Management may also be assigned to medical logistics?

TRUE

11

How does the DLA maintain centralized inventory management and distribution of material worldwide?

Federal Supply System

12

What are the most notable forms of procurement used by material managers?

Defense Supply Center Philadelphia (DSCP) prime vendor program & International Merchant Purchase Authorization Card (I.M.P.A.C.)

13

What is the NAVSUP P-485?

Manual designed to institute standardized supply procedures

14

The NAVSUP P-485 consists of what three volumes?

1) Afloat
2) Appendices
3) Ashore

15

What is the NAVSUP P-409, MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP manual?

A handy reference booklet containing codes and definitions used on a daily basis

16

What is the NAVMED P-5132, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Equipment Management Manual

Reiterates the DON policy & provides equipment management procedures.

17

Contracting Authority?

Dollar limitation and acquisition methods

18

Commitment?

Funds approved and set aside

19

Ratification?

Commitment reviewed and documentation forwarded to ratifying official

20

Procurement Administrative Lead Time (PALT)?

Time between order and requisition.

21

Priority Designator?

Two digit # used by customer to determine urgency of an item

22

Required Delivery Date (RDD)?

Date required by customer

23

Authorized Requisitioner?

Designated in writing. Usually DIVO or DEPT Head

24

Micro-Purchase?

Supplies or services that do not exceed the current competitive threshold of $3,000

25

Non-procurement official?

Non-purchasing official may place orders with government-wide commercial purchase card. < $3,000 & no more than 20K annually

26

SERVMART?

Source to purchase non-medical admin material, including cleaning gear

27

Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)?

Primary regulation used by all Federal Executive agencies

28

Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS)?

Guidance for the FAR regarding DOD activities

29

Navy Acquisition Procedures Supplement (NAPS)?

A document providing guidance to FAR and DFARS for Navy contracting personnel

30

Competitive Threshold?

Quotes from at least 3 different vendors must be obtained in excess of $3,000