MARINE CORPS-WIDE PHYSICAL INVENTORY OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT

Date Signed: 5/12/2014
MARADMINS Active Number: 234/14

R 121602Z MAY 14
MARADMIN 234/14
MSGID/GENADMIN,USMTF,2007/CMC WASHINGTON DC DMCS(UC)/F002//
SUBJ/MARINE CORPS-WIDE PHYSICAL INVENTORY OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT//
REF/A/DOC/DODI 5000.64/19 MAY 2011//
REF/B/DOC/DFMR 7000.14-R/JUN 2009//
REF/C/DOC/PUBLIC LAW 111-84/28 OCT 2009//
REF/D/MEMO/USDC/11 AUG 2009//
REF/E/MEMO/USD-ATL/2 NOV 2009//
REF/F/DOC/USDC CFO/DEC 2011//
REF/G/MSG/CMC WASHINGTON DC L/R201223Z JUN 12//
REF/H/DOC/MCO 4400.150/29 JAN 2014//
REF/I/DOC/DOD 4000.25-2-M/SEP 2001//
REF/J/DOC/DOD 4000.25-M/FEB 1996//
REF/K/DOC/DODM 4140.01/10 FEB 2014//
REF/L/DOC/SECNAV M-5210.1/NOV 2007//
REF/M/DOC/OMB CIRCULAR A-123//
NARR/REF A OUTLINES ACCOUNTABILITY AND MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR DOD EQUIPMENT IN THE POSSESSION OF CONTRACTORS, AND/OR CONTRACTOR ACQUIRED PROPERTY. REF B IS THE DOD FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION. REF C IS THE NATIONAL DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010. REF D IS THE USD(C) MEMORANDUM, PRIORITIES FOR IMPROVING FINANCIAL INFORMATION AND PROCESSES AND ACHIEVING AUDIT READINESS. REF E IS THE USD (ATL) MEMORANDUM, PRIORITIES FOR IMPROVING FINANCIAL INFORMATION AND ACHIEVING AUDIT READINESS. REF F IS THE USD(C) CFO FINANCIAL IMPROVEMENT AND AUDIT READINESS (FIAR) GUIDANCE. REF G IS MARADMIN 329-12, EQUIPMENT ACCOUNTABILITY AND VISIBILITY: MARINE CORPS ENTERPRISE GROUND EQUIPMENT MANAGER. REF H IS THE USMC CONSUMER-LEVEL SUPPLY POLICY MANUAL. REF I PRESCRIBES POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR THE VALIDATION AND RECONCILIATION OF SUPPLY SOURCE MATERIEL. REF J PROVIDES POLICY FOR THE DEFENSE LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (DLMS). REF K PRESCRIBES DOD SUPPLY CHAIN MATERIAL MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS. REF L IS THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY RECORDS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM MANUAL. REF M PROVIDES GUIDANCE TO THE SERVICES ON IMPROVING THE ACCOUNTABILITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF EQUIPMENT ACCOUNTABILITY AND VISIBILITY OPERATIONS BY ESTABLISHING, ASSESSING, CORRECTING, AND REPORTING ON INTERNAL CONTROL.//
ATTACHMENT 1/INVENTORY RESULTS AND COMMANDER'S CERTIFICATION LETTER//
ATTACHMENT 2/INVENTORY GAIN/LOSS LISTING//
ATTACHMENT 3/HIGHER HEADQUARTERS NAVAL MESSAGE TEMPLATE//
POC/S. PEREZ/CIV/DC IL LPC-2/LOC: WASHINGTON DC/TEL: 571.256.7113/DSN 260/EMAIL: SAMUEL.PEREZ1(AT)USMC.MIL//
POC/M. MURCHISON/LTCOL/DC IL LPC-2/LOC: WASHINGTON DC/TEL 571.256.7112/DSN 260/EMAIL: MICHAEL.J.MURCHISON(AT)USMC.MIL//
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. SITUATION. AS THE MARINE CORPS FOCUSES ON RESETTING AND RECONSTITUTING THE FORCE AFTER TWELVE YEARS OF CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS, PLANS ARE BEING DEVELOPED FOR REDUCING THE MARINE CORPS' GROUND EQUIPMENT INVENTORY TO MEET WARFIGHTING CAPABILITY REQUIREMENTS WITHIN AUTHORIZED FORCE STRUCTURE. SPECIFICALLY, AS FORCE STRUCTURE AND SUSTAINMENT FUNDING IS REDUCED; WE MUST ENSURE THE RESPONSIBLE DRAWDOWN AND TAILORING OF OUR GROUND EQUIPMENT SET TO MEET FUTURE REQUIREMENTS. IN SUPPORT OF CMC STRATEGIC DECISIONS ON DIVESTMENT AND RETENTION OF GROUND EQUIPMENT, THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCURATE INVENTORY DATA THROUGHOUT THE MARINE CORPS CANNOT BE OVERSTATED. ACCORDINGLY, THE PURPOSE OF THIS MARADMIN IS TO DIRECT THE EXECUTION OF A MARINE CORPS-WIDE PHYSICAL INVENTORY OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT TO SERVE AS CONFIRMATION THAT INVENTORY ACCOUNTABILITY IN ACCOUNTABLE PROPERTY SYSTEMS OF RECORD (APSR) ACCURATELY REFLECTS ACTUAL PHYSICAL INVENTORY HELD BY THE MARINE CORPS, THEREBY ESTABLISHING AN ACCURATE BASELINE AGAINST WHICH EQUIPMENT EXCESSES CAN BE IDENTIFIED.
2. MISSION. DURING THE PERIOD 14 MAY TO 15 AUG 2014, ALL COMMANDERS AND ACCOUNTABLE OFFICERS WILL CONDUCT PHYSICAL INVENTORIES OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT IN THEIR CHARGE IN ORDER TO VALIDATE CURRENT INVENTORY DATA.
2.A. NOTE: IF COMMANDS / ORGANIZATIONS / ACTIVITIES HAVE CONDUCTED THEIR REQUIRED ANNUAL PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR THIS FISCAL YEAR, AND THE COMMANDER IS CONFIDENT THAT HIS ACCOUNTABLE RECORDS ARE AN ACCURATE REFLECTION OF THE CURRENT ON-HAND INVENTORY, THE COMMANDER MAY USE THOSE RESULTS FOR THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS IN PARAGRAPHS 3.A.2 AND 3.A.3 FOLLOWING.
3. EXECUTION.
3.A. CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS. THIS MARINE CORPS-WIDE (WALL-TO-WALL) PHYSICAL INVENTORY AND COMMANDER'S CERTIFICATION WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED IN THREE PHASES IN ORDER TO VALIDATE THE ACCURACY OF OUR PROPERTY RECORDS AND FACILITATE STRATEGIC PLANNING EFFORTS. THE VALIDATION AND REPORTING OF OUR CURRENT INVENTORY WILL REQUIRE DETAILED COORDINATION BETWEEN HQMC, THE MARFORS AND THE SUPPORTING ESTABLISHMENT THROUGHOUT THE 90-DAY VALIDATION PROCESS. THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES AND REPORTING SCHEDULE APPLY:
3.A.1. PHASE ONE - HQMC INVENTORY DATA PULL.
3.A.1.A. ON 6 MAY 2014, HQMC IL (LPC-2) WILL CAPTURE ENTERPRISE-WIDE ON-HAND INVENTORY DATA FOR MILITARY EQUIPMENT (I.E., TAMCN ITEMS) HELD AT MARINE CORPS SUPPLY AND PROPERTY CONTROL ACTIVITIES. DODAAC-LEVEL INVENTORY REPORTS WILL BE ORGANIZED BY ORGANIZATIONAL HIERARCHY (MARFOR, MEF, MSC, MARCORLOGCOM, MARCORSYSCOM, ETC.) AND WILL REPRESENT CURRENT ACCOUNTABLE PROPERTY RECORDS FROM GCSS-MC, SASSY, AND THE STOCK CONTROL SYSTEM (SCS). ALSO INCLUDED WILL BE MILITARY EQUIPMENT REPORTED BY OTHER ACTIVITIES (I.E., CRANE, EKMS, ETC) THAT ARE NOT CURRENTY LOADED TO ACCOUNTABLE PROPERTY RECORDS.
3.A.1.B. ON 9 MAY 2014, DODAAC-LEVEL INVENTORY REPORTS WILL BE POSTED ON THE IL SHAREPOINT SITE FOR DOWNLOAD AND DISSEMINATION.
3.A.1.C. NLT 14 MAY 2014, MAJOR SUBORDINATE COMMANDS (MSC'S) WILL ENSURE THAT ALL DODAAC-LEVEL SUPPLY OFFICERS AND ACCOUNTABLE PROPERTY OFFICERS (APO'S) WITHIN THEIR ORGANIZATION ARE PROVIDED WITH THEIR INVENTORY REPORT. VALIDATING THE ACCURACY OF THESE INVENTORY REPORTS AGAINST CURRENT PROPERTY AND ACTUAL ON-HAND ASSETS IS THE MAIN EFFORT OF THIS INITIATIVE.
3.A.2. PHASE TWO - PHYSICAL INVENTORY AND COMMANDER'S CERTIFICATION.
3.A.2.A. BEGINNING 15 MAY 2014, COMMANDERS AND ACCOUNTABLE OFFICERS WILL EXECUTE PHYSICAL WALL-TO-WALL INVENTORIES OF ALL MILITARY EQUIPMENT WITHIN THEIR ORGANIZATION. ON-HAND QUANTITIES AND SERIAL NUMBERS FOR ALL MILITARY EQUIPMENT IDENTIFIED DURING THE PHYSICAL INVENTORY WILL BE RECONCILED AGAINST DODAAC-LEVEL INVENTORY DATA IN ORDER TO VALIDATE THE ACCURACY OF THESE INVENTORY REPORTS AGAINST CURRENT PROPERTY AND ACTUAL ON-HAND ASSETS IN ORDER TO IDENTIFY POSSIBLE INVENTORY ADJUSTMENTS. ONCE ALL CAUSATIVE RESEARCH HAS BEEN CONDUCTED TO RESOLVE INVENTORY DISCREPANCIES, AND ALL APPROVED INVENTORY GAIN/LOSS ADJUSTMENT TRANSACTIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED, THE RESULTS OF THE INVENTORY AND COMMANDER'S CERTIFICATION LETTER WILL BE PREPARED BY THE SUPPLY OFFICER/APO FOR SIGNATURE AND FORWARDED TO THE NEXT HIGHER COMMAND ECHELON. AT A MINIMUM, THE FOLLOWING POINTS WILL BE ADDRESSED AS A RESULT OF THE PHYSICAL INVENTORY:
3.A.2.A.1. STATE THE ACCOUNT VALUE PRIOR TO THE INVENTORY.
3.A.2.A.2. STATE THE NET LOSS AND GAIN VARIANCES IDENTIFIED AS A RESULT OF THE INVENTORY.
3.A.2.A.3. STATE THE POST-INVENTORY ACCOUNT VALUE AFTER PROCESSING APPROVED GAIN/LOSS INVENTORY ADJUSTMENTS.
3.A.2.A.4. STATE THE PROPORTION OF VARIANCES ATTRIBUTED TO ADMINISTRATIVE ERRORS AS A RESULT OF CAUSATIVE RESEARCH.
3.A.2.A.5. STATE OPINIONS, IF ANY, AS TO THE CAUSE OF VARIANCES FOR WHICH CAUSATIVE RESEARCH WAS INCONCLUSIVE.
3.A.2.A.6. STATE ANY CORRECTIVE ACTION REQUIRED OR INITIATED TO REDUCE FUTURE VARIANCES.
3.A.2.B. IAW REFS A AND H, THE COMMANDER'S CERTIFICATION LETTER VALIDATING THE RESULTS OF THE PHYSICAL INVENTORY (SEE ATTACHMENT 1 FOR FORMAT), AND THE LISTING OF ALL INVENTORY GAIN AND LOSS TRANSACTIONS AS A RESULT OF THE INVENTORY (SEE ATTACHMENT 2) WILL BE FORWARDED TO THE NEXT HIGHER COMMAND ECHELON (I.E. MSC) FOR CONSOLIDATION, TREND ANALYSIS AND FORWARDING TO HQMC, IL (LPC-2). AS PART OF FINANCIAL IMPROVEMENT AND AUDIT READINESS (FIAR) REQUIREMENTS IDENTIFIED IN REFS D, E AND F, A COPY OF ALL DOCUMENTATION WILL BE RETAINED ON FILE FOR A PERIOD OF NOT LESS THAN SIX YEARS, THREE MONTHS.
3.A.3. PHASE THREE - HIGHER COMMAND ECHELON VALIDATION AND FORWARDING TO HQMC. THIS VALIDATION WILL INFORM THE DC, IL AND DC, CDI CO-SPONSERED GROUND EQUIPMENT REVIEW GROUP DESIGNED TO DEVELOP AN INTEGRATED PLAN THAT OPTIMIZES THE MARINE CORPS' GROUND EQUIPMENT SET IN ORDER TO SUPPORT A COMBAT-READY FORCE, MAXIMIZE THE UTILITY OF SURPLUS INVENTORY, IDENTIFY AND ELIMINATE UNNECESSARY SUSTAINMENT COSTS, PROVIDE OPTIONS FOR REVERSIBILITY AND ENABLE SOUND PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING DECISION.
3.A.3.A. NLT 15 AUG 2014, ALL PHYSICAL INVENTORY RESULTS AND VALIDATIONS WILL BE PROVIDED TO HQMC IL (LPC-2) VIA THE CHAIN OF COMMAND. DURING THIS PHASE, COMMANDERS/ACCOUNTABLE OFFICERS AT EACH COMMAND ECHELON WILL CERTIFY THAT PHYSICAL INVENTORIES HAVE BEEN COMPLETED AT ALL SUBORDINATE ORGANIZATIONS WITHIN THEIR PURVIEW, AND THAT THE ADJUSTED (POST-INVENTORY) PROPERTY RECORDS ARE CORRECT AND TRUE. EACH COMMAND ECHELON WILL CONSOLIDATE TOTAL INVENTORY VALUES FOR ON-HAND MILITARY EQUIPMENT IN THE CATEGORIES OF "PRE-INVENTORY" AND "POST-INVENTORY". TOTAL DOLLAR VALUES FOR EACH CATEGORY WILL THEN BE REPORTED TO HQMC, IL (LPC-2) BY NAVAL MESSAGE VIA THE CHAIN OF COMMAND. THE TEXT OF THE NAVAL MESSAGE WILL READ AS FOLLOWS (SEE ATTACHMENT 3 FOR MESSAGE TEMPLATE):
3.A.3.A.1. THE PRE-INVENTORY VALUE OF ON-HAND MILITARY EQUIPMENT (TAMCN ITEMS) ON CHARGE TO THIS COMMAND PRIOR TO PHYSICAL INVENTORIES CONDUCTED DURING THE PERIOD 15 MAY 2014 TO 15 AUG 2014 WAS (MONETARY VALUE IN DOLLARS).
3.A.3.A.2. THE POST-INVENTORY VALUE OF ON-HAND MILITARY EQUIPMENT (TAMCN ITEMS) AFTER PHYSICAL INVENTORIES CONDUCTED DURING THE PERIOD 15 MAY 2014 TO 15 AUG 2014 IS (MONETARY VALUE IN DOLLARS).
3.A.3.B. EXAMPLE: 1ST MARINE DIVISION'S NAVAL MESSAGE WOULD LIST THE TOTAL DOLLAR VALUE OF ALL ON-HAND TAMCN ITEMS WITHIN THE DIVISION (I.E., FOR ALL 28 SUBORDINATE UNITS) PRIOR TO THE CONDUCT OF PHYSICAL INVENTORIES. THE MESSAGE WOULD ALSO PROVIDE THE TOTAL DOLLAR VALUE OF ALL ON-HAND TAMCN ITEMS WITHIN THE DIVISION AFTER THE COMPLETION OF PHYSICAL INVENTORIES AS CERTIFIED BY ALL UNIT COMMANDERS.
3.B. TERMS OF REFERENCE.
3.B.1. MILITARY EQUIPMENT. FOR LOGISTICS, ACQUISITION, AND FINANCIAL REPORTING PURPOSES, MILITARY EQUIPMENT REFERS TO ITEMS THAT HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED A TABLE OF AUTHORIZED MATERIAL CONTROL NUMBER (TAMCN) BY THE DEPUTY COMMANDANT FOR COMBAT DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION (DC, CDI).
3.B.1.A. THIS INCLUDES MILITARY EQUIPMENT THAT HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY REMOVED FROM SERVICE/USE WITH THE EXPECTATION THAT THE EQUIPMENT WILL EVENTUALLY BE RETURNED TO SERVICE. ACCORDINGLY, THIS MARADMIN APPLIES TO MARCORLOGCOM ACTIVITIES THAT STORE MILITARY EQUIPMENT, AND ALSO APPLIES TO MILITARY EQUIPMENT SENT TO A DEPOT FOR TEMPORARY STORAGE.
3.B.2. BORROWED MILITARY EQUIPMENT. EQUIPMENT WHICH HAS BEEN BORROWED FROM OTHER ORGANIZATIONS MUST NOT BE INCLUDED IN DODAAC-LEVEL PHYSICAL INVENTORIES; HOWEVER, MILITARY EQUIPMENT ON THE ACCOUNTABLE RECORDS THAT IS ON LOAN TO ANOTHER ORGANIZATION MUST BE INCLUDED.
3.B.3. EQUIPMENT OFF THE PROPERTY RECORDS. MILITARY EQUIPMENT RECEIPTED FOR AND ISSUED TO MARINE CORPS ORGANIZATIONS BUT NOT YET LOADED TO THE ACCOUNTABLE PROPERTY RECORDS MUST BE PROPERLY IDENTIFIED, LOADED TO AN ACCOUNTABLE PROPERTY SYSTEM OF RECORD (APSR), AND REPORTED AS PART OF THIS PHYSICAL INVENTORY. THIS ENSURES ACCURATE ACCOUNTABILITY AND FINANCIAL REPORTING OF ALL MARINE CORPS ASSETS.
3.C. THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT WILL ALSO HAVE PHYSICAL INVENTORIES CONDUCTED AS PART OF THE MARINE CORPS-WIDE PHYSICAL INVENTORY.
3.C.1. NEWLY PROVISIONED MILITARY EQUIPMENT.
3.C.2. DEPOT MAINTENANCE FLOAT.
3.C.3. EQUIPMENT MANAGED BY THE FLEET SUPPORT DIVISION AT MARCORLOGCOM.
3.C.4. MILITARY EQUIPMENT STORED AT MARCORLOGCOM REGARDLESS OF PURPOSE CODE.
3.C.5. PREPOSITIONED WAR RESERVE.
3.C.6. GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT IN THE POSSESSION OF GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS.
3.C.7. GOVERNMENT PROPERTY MANAGED BY COMMERCIAL CONTRACTORS.
3.C.8. EQUIPMENT MANAGED OR HELD BY OTHER SERVICES (E.G., CALIBRATIONS LAB, IT EQUIPMENT HELD AT SPAWAR, ETC.).
3.C.9. MARINE CORPS MILITARY EQUIPMENT POSITIONED ON MARITIME PREPOSITIONING SHIPS (MPS).
3.C.10. MARINE CORPS PREPOSITIONING PROGRAM-NORWAY (MCPP-N).
3.C.11. CONSOLIDATED STORAGE PROGRAMS (E.G. INDIVIDUAL ISSUE FACILITIES (IIF), UNIT ISSUE FACILITIES (UIF), CBRNE, AND TENTS).
3.C.12. FORWARD-POSITIONED EQUIPMENT OWNED BY MARCORLOGCOM (E.G., MEU AUGMENTATION PROGRAM (MAP) ASSETS IN KUWAIT).
3.C.13. ALL MILITARY EQUIPMENT POSITIONED AT REGIONAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES (RSA'S) MARCORLOGCOM (E.G., RESERVE IN STORES).
3.D. TASKS.
3.D.1. DEPUTY COMMANDANT, INSTALLATIONS AND LOGISTICS (DC, IL (LPC-2)).
3.D.1.A. MAINTAIN OVERALL COGNIZANCE OF THIS MARINE CORPS-WIDE PHYSICAL INVENTORY AND PROVIDE GUIDANCE AS REQUIRED.
3.D.1.B. CONSOLIDATE ALL PHYSICAL INVENTORY REPORTS (DUE 15 AUG 2014) PROVIDED BY MAJOR COMMANDS AND PROVIDE TOTAL DOLLAR VALUES FOR MILITARY EQUIPMENT TO DC, PR FOR INCLUSION IN APPLICABLE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.
3.D.2. DEPUTY COMMANDANT, PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES (DC, PR).
3.D.2.A. COORDINATE FINANCIAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR PHYSICAL INVENTORIES OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT WITH DC, I&L (LPC-2) AND PROVIDE GUIDANCE AS NECESSARY.
3.D.3. MARINE FORCES, MARINE EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, MAJOR SUBORDINATE COMMANDS.
3.D.3.A. NLT 14 MAY 2014, ENSURE COMMANDERS OF DODACC-LEVEL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES ARE PROVIDED WITH HQMC INVENTORY DATA FOR THEIR ORGANIZATION.
3.D.3.B. COORDINATE PHYSICAL INVENTORY SCHEDULES WITH SUBORDINATE COMMANDS AND HIGHER HEADQUARTERS TO ENSURE SUBMISSION OF ALL VALIDATED REPORTS TO DC, IL (LPC-2) NLT 15 AUG 2014.
3.D.3.C. ENSURE DODACC-LEVEL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES SUBMIT PHYSICAL INVENTORY COMMANDER CERTIFICATIONS TO THE NEXT HIGHER COMMAND ECHELON VIA NAVAL LETTER AS PRESCRIBED IN THIS MESSAGE.
3.D.3.D. CONSOLIDATE SUBORDINATE ELEMENT INVENTORY RESULTS AND FORWARD FINAL COMMANDER CERTIFICATIONS TO DC, IL (LPC-2) BY NAVAL MESSAGE, VIA THE CHAIN OF COMMAND. NAVAL MESSAGES MUST FOLLOW THE REPORTING FORMAT PROVIDED IN PARAGRAPH 3.A.3 OF THIS MESSAGE.
3.D.4. SUPPORTING ESTABLISHMENT (MARCORLOGCOM, MARCORSYSCOM AND AFFILIATED PEO-LS, TECOM, MCWL, MCCDC, MCICOM).
3.D.4.A. NLT 14 MAY 2014, ENSURE COMMANDERS/ACCOUNTABLE OFFICERS OF DODACC-LEVEL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES ARE PROVIDED WITH HQMC INVENTORY DATA FOR THEIR ORGANIZATION.
3.D.4.B. COORDINATE PHYSICAL INVENTORY SCHEDULES WITH SUBORDINATE ACTIVITIES AND HIGHER HEADQUARTERS TO ENSURE SUBMISSION OF ALL VALIDATED REPORTS TO DC, IL (LPC-2) NLT 15 AUG 2014.
3.D.4.C. ENSURE DODACC-LEVEL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES SUBMIT PHYSICAL INVENTORY COMMANDER/ACCOUNTABLE OFFICER CERTIFICATIONS TO THE NEXT HIGHER COMMAND ECHELON VIA NAVAL LETTER AS PRESCRIBED IN THIS MESSAGE.
3.D.4.D. CONSOLIDATE SUBORDINATE ELEMENT INVENTORY RESULTS AND FORWARD FINAL COMMANDER/ACCOUNTABLE OFFICER CERTIFICATIONS TO DC, IL (LPC-2) BY NAVAL MESSAGE, VIA THE CHAIN OF COMMAND. NAVAL MESSAGES MUST FOLLOW THE REPORTING FORMAT PROVIDED IN PARAGRAPH 3.A.3 OF THIS MESSAGE.
3.E. COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS.
3.E.1. ON 13 MAY 2014, DODAAC-LEVEL INVENTORY REPORTS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE DC, IL (LPC-2) SHAREPOINT SITE AT THE FOLLOWING LINK: HTTPS:(DOUBLE SLASH)IL.USMC.MIL/ORG/IL/LP/LPC/LPC2/PAGES/90DAYINVENTORY.ASPX.
3.E.2. WAY AHEAD. IN ORDER TO ENSURE THE MARINE CORPS ACCURATELY REPORTS THE VALUE OF ON-HAND MILITARY EQUIPMENT ON AN ANNUAL BASIS, ALL MARINE CORPS ORGANIZATIONS WILL ALSO BEGIN TO REPORT THE "MONEY VALUE REPORT OF THE INVENTORY" BEGINNING 30 SEPT 2014. THIS REPORT WILL BECOME AN ENDURING REQUIREMENT AT THE END OF EACH FISCAL YEAR TO SATISFY FINANCIAL REPORTING AND AUDIT READINESS REQUIREMENTS IDENTIFIED IN THE REFERENCES. THE REPORTING SCHEDULE AND PROCEDURES WILL BE PUBLISHED SEPARATELY.
4. ADMIN AND LOGISTICS.
4.A. IAW THE REFERENCES, THIS CMC-DIRECTED PHYSICAL INVENTORY MEETS DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPLETION OF ANNUAL PHYSICAL INVENTORIES DURING FISCAL YEAR 2014.
4.B. FSMAO AND IL FIAR TEAMS WILL CONDUCT TESTING OF THE RESULTS PROVIDED TO HQMC DURING VISITS, OR AS DIRECTED BY THIS HEADQUARTERS.
5. COMMAND AND SIGNAL. QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE CONTENTS OF THIS MESSAGE CAN BE DIRECTED TO THE POCS LISTED ABOVE.
6. RELEASE AUTHORIZED BY J.M. PAXTON JR., ASSISTANT COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS.//