Lesson 4/Learning Event 2
Shipment status is the status of estimated or actual shipment dates.
Exception status results from any of the following supply decisions
made by the supplier:
Substitution of an authorized stock number.
Change of unit of issue and/or quantity.
Establishing a back order when material cannot
standard delivery date or the required delivery date.
Partial supply action on a requested quantity.
Request rejection (returned without action) for a specific reason.
Procurement of material for direct shipment from vendor to customer.
Indication that material may not be sent to the requester within the
set time frame for the assigned priority or the required delivery date.
Due-In Status File. A due-in status file is maintained under the manual PLL
system. The file contains--
Status cards with information in the form of status codes about due-
Duplicate/carbon copies of requests.
When status is received, DA Form 2064 document Register for Supply Actions)
is posted with the status and date of status. The status cards are filed by
document number sequence.
Status cards are destroyed.
On receipt of the total quantity of due-in material.
On cancellation, verification, or rejection.
Follow-up actions are sometimes needed to determine
the status of an unfilled request.