Release/Receipt Document, DD Form 1348-1,
(fig. 14-7). Regardless of the type of receipt docu-
ment, the end-use receiver must:
1. Date the document upon receipt.
2. Circle the quantity accepted.
3. Sign the document to indicate receipt.
Small quantities of stores received on a daily
basis require no special preparations for receipt.
Stock large quantities of stores in a central area
out of the traffic flow and hold there until
preliminary identification and package count are
completed. Then sort them according to the
department or storeroom to which they will be
Report of Discrepancy
Item or packaging discrepancies attributable to
the shipper (including contractors/manufacturers
or vendors) will be reported on SF 364, Report
of Discrepancy (ROD), by the receiving activity.
The purpose of ROD is to determine the cause
of the discrepancy, effect corrective action, and
prevent recurrence. When both item discrepan-
cies and packaging discrepancies are noted on the
same shipment, both blocks on the top of SF 364
will be checked and the types of discrepancies
noted. The types of discrepancies required to be
reported are described in chapter 4 of NAVSUP
P-485. Detailed instructions for the preparation
and distribution of ROD are contained in NAV-
MATINST 4355.73 series.
The term custody is used to mean the respon-
sibility for proper care, stowage, and use of Navy
material and records pertaining to such. Material
in store will be kept under lock and key in all cases
except when the material is in such quantity or
dimensions as to make it impractical. Lock
storeroom spaces securely when not in use.
Figure 14-7.DOD Single Line Item Release/Receipt Document, DD Form 1348-1.