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101-92Y-0003 (SL2) - Enforce Compliance with Supply Discipline Procedures

Standards: Enforced the CSDP in accordance with AR 710-2 and AR 735-5.

Conditions:
Given the requirement to ensure
compliance with Command Supply Discipline
Program (CSDP) by using existing assets to
avoid duplication or fragmentation of effort
and stewardship of resources. Given AR
710-2, AR 735-5, and local unit standing
operating procedures (SOP).

Standards:
Enforced the CSDP in accordance with AR
710-2 and AR 735-5.

Performance
Steps

1.   Initiate CSDP in accordance with AR 710-2, appendix
B, and AR 735‑5, paragraph
11-1.

a.
Define CSDP.

(1) 
A compilation of
existing regulatory requirements.

(2) 
A mandatory program.

(3) 
A program designed to
simplify command, supervisory, and
managerial responsibilities.

b.
Develop CSDP to implement
in unit.

(1) 
Provide the personal
interest necessary to establish an
effective CSDP.

(2) 
Identify the
appropriate CSDP requirements
listing from AR 710-2,
appendix B.

(3) 
Review the requirements
listing within the CSDP to become
familiar with applicable
regulatory requirements.

(4) 
Make adjustments to the
requirements listing as dictated
by the unit unique
requirements/missions.

(5) 
Incorporate local SOP
requirements into the CSDP.

c.
Obtain parent-level
inspection checklists.

d.
Obtain parent-level
evaluation schedule for your unit.

e. Report to the immediate
higher headquarters any applicable
requirements within the requirements
listing or checklists that cannot be
completed.

2.   Execute the CSDP in accordance with AR 710-2 and AR
735-5.

a.
Perform routine duties
using the CSDP.

b.
Review past evaluations
conducted by higher headquarters to
determine if any discrepancies have
not been corrected.

c.
Perform general
regulatory requirements.

d.
Check property
authorization documents.

e.
Check requesting and
receiving supplies.

f. 
Check disposition of
property.

g.
Check property
responsibility.

h.
Check organizational
clothing and individual equipment (OCIE)
and personal clothing.

i.  
Check management of
loads.

j.  
Check prescribed load
list (PLL).

k.
Check inventories.

l.  
Check adjustments for
lost, damaged, or destroyed
property.

m.  
Check storage.

n.
Check petroleum
management.

o.
Perform automated system
checks.

3.   Maintain the CSDP in accordance with AR 710-2 and
AR 735-5.

a.
Develop measures to
enforce supply discipline.

(1) 
Continue command
emphasis on supply discipline by
unit leadership.

(2) 
Provide training to
unit personnel on supply
requirements, procedures, and
methods.

(3) 
Take administrative
measures to account for lost,
damaged, or destroyed property.

(4) 
Take disciplinary
measures to deter and/or correct
fraud, waste, negligent damage,
and/or loss of government
property.

b.
Update SOP and CSDP to
align with changing unit
requirements.

c.
Submit to the commander
any systemic problems that cannot be
resolved.

Evaluation
Preparation:
This task can be evaluated
during routine unit operations.

Brief
Soldier:
Inform soldier that the
evaluation is measured on the ability to
perform the listed performance measures.

Performance
Measures

GO

NO
GO

1.   Initiated the CSDP.





a.
Defined the CSDP.

 


 


b.
Developed
the CSDP to implement in the unit.

 


 


c.
Obtained
parent level inspection checklist.

 


 


d. Obtained parent level
evaluation schedule for the unit.

 


 


e.
Reported
to the immediate higher headquarters
any applicable requirements within
the requirements listing or
checklists that cannot be completed.

 


 


2.   Executed the CSDP.





a.
Performed routine duties
using the CSDP.

 


 


b.
Reviewed
past evaluations conducted by higher
headquarters to determine if
discrepancies had not been
corrected.

 


 


c.
Performed
general regulatory requirements.

 


 


d.
Checked
property authorization documents.

 


 


e.
Checked
requesting and receiving supplies.

 


 


f. 
Checked disposition of
property.

 


 


g.
Checked
property responsibility.

 


 


h.
Checked
OCIE and personal clothing.

 


 


i.  
Checked management of
loads.

 


 


j.  
Checked PLL.

 


 


k.
Checked
inventories.

 


 


l.  
Checked adjustments for
lost, damaged, or destroyed
property.

 


 


m.  
Checked storage.

 


 


n.
Checked
petroleum management.

 


 


o.
Performed
automated system checks.

 


 


3.   Maintained the CSDP.





a.
Developed measures to
enforce supply discipline.

 


 


b. Updated
SOP and CSDP to align with changing
unit requirements.

 


 


c.
Submitted
systemic problems that could not be
resolved to the commander for
resolution.

 


 


Evaluation
Guidance:
Score the soldier GO if all
performance measures are passed. Score the
soldier NO GO if any performance measure is
failed. If the soldier fails any performance
measure, show what was done wrong and how to
do it correctly.

References

 

Required

Related

 

AR
710-2

 

 

AR
735-5

 


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