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AP2.8. APPENDIX 2.8DEMAND AND SUFFIX CODESNUMBER OF CHARACTERS:One.TYPE OF CODE:Alpha/Numeric.EXPLANATION:Has dual use and the meaning of the code entered is dependent upon the directional flow of the document.RECORD POSITION:44AP2.8.1. Demand Codes. Requisitions requiring demand codes shall be entered in this position by the activity creating the request. The demand code is a mandatory entry of an alphabetic character to indicate to the management element of a distribution system whether the demand is recurring or nonrecurring as follows:CODEEXPLANATIONIINACTIVATED ITEM DEMAND. This code will be entered only in requisitions (document identifier code (DIC) A0_) applicable to inactivated items by DAAS.NNONRECURRING DEMAND. A request made for a requirement known to be a one-time occurrence; for example, a modification work order (MWO) kit for application or an initial request for storage. Requisitions shall be coded nonrecurring when the demand is anticipated to be nonrepetitive.O(Alpha)NO DEMAND. To be assigned by requisitioning activities in submitting requisitions for substitute items which are acceptable in lieu of previously requisitioned but delayed items and for initial fill of prepositioned war reserve materiel stock (PWRMS) consumable item requirements. Also applicable to resubmission of previously requisitioned requirements under a new document number when associated with shortage or nonreceipt for which shipment status was received. May be prescribed by the program manager on the basis of a nonrepetitive program requirement for which use of Demand Code N or P is determined to be inappropriate.PNONRECURRING DEMAND FOR SPECIAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS. Entered in requisitions by a requisition initiator to identify a requisition for special program/requirements for which stocks were known to have been acquired by the ICP in anticipation of such demands.RRECURRING DEMAND. A request made periodically or anticipated to be repetitive by an authorized requisitioner for consumption or use, or for stock replenishment. The occurrences encompass most demands; therefore, a demand shall be considered recurring when a doubt exists. Note: This requirement is not applicable to resubmission of previously requisitioned requirements under a new document number when associated with shortage or nonreceipt for which shipment status was received; use Demand Code O for these requirements.SCOMMISSARY RESALE DEMAND. A demand for perishable and nonperishable subsistence items only for resale. Commissary demands for troop issue subsistence shall be identified with Demand Codes R or N only.AP2.8.2. Suffix Codes – GeneralAP2.8.2.1. Suffix codes shall be entered in this position by elements of the distribution system as transactions occur. The purpose of the suffix code is to relate and identify requisition and Materiel Returns Program (MRP) transaction “partial actions” taken on the original requisition or MRP transaction without duplicating or causing loss of identity of the original number.AP2.8.2.2. Suffix codes do not relate to separate transportation units involved in the shipment of materiel. Neither do they identify final shipments nor differentiate between partial and final shipments.AP2.8.2.3. Suffix codes shall be alphabetic or numeric with the exception that the following alpha and numeric characters shall never be used:ALPHANUMERICI, N, O, P, R, S, and Z1 and 0AP2.8.2.4. Suffix Y is reserved for used by Navy and DLA only in their intra-Service action involving duplicate shipments.AP2.8.2.5. Service/Agency (S/A) implementation of these instructions shall provide for block assignment of suffix codes in a decentralized system to preclude duplicate assignment of suffix codes against the same document number. Block assignment of the suffix codes should be accomplished essentially as follows:PROCESSING SOURCEASSIGNED SUFFIXESInitial SourceA through EFirst Secondary SourceF through H, J and KSecond Secondary SourceL, M, Q, T, and UThird Secondary SourceV through XFourth Secondary Source2 through 9AP2.8.2.6. Suffix assignment within centralized distribution systems shall be accomplished from the authorized codes as listed below:AUTHORIZED SUFFIXESCentral Processing SourceA through Z and 2 through 9, exclusive of I, N, O, P, R, S, Y, and ZAP2.8.2.7. Storage and other activities responsible for processing transactions containing suffixes shall always perpetuate the suffix code onto related transactions that they generate.AP2.8.2.8. When assigned, suffix codes shall be sequentially advanced within code assignments as split actions occur. Recipients of status transactions containing suffix codes shall consider the suffix codes in combination with dates, status codes, and quantities when accounting for split transactions.AP2.8.3. Suffix Codes – Requisition TransactionAP2.8.3.1. Processing elements of the distribution system shall enter a suffix code in rp 44 of transactions involving partial quantities such as:AP2.8.3.1.1. Referral actions for a partial quantity.AP2.8.3.1.2. Passing actions for a partial quantity.AP2.8.3.1.3. Release of a partial quantity.AP2.8.3.1.4. Rejection of a partial quantity.AP2.8.3.1.5. Backorder of a partial quantity.AP2.8.3.1.6. Backorder release of a partial quantity.AP2.8.3.1.7. Procurement of a partial quantity for direct delivery by a vendor.AP2.8.3.1.8. Any other action applicable to a partial quantity.AP2.8.3.2. Processing elements of distribution systems shall not enter suffix codes under the following conditions:AP2.8.3.2.1. Referral actions for a total quantity.AP2.8.3.2.2. Passing actions for a total quantity.AP2.8.3.2.3. Release of a total quantity.AP2.8.3.2.4. Rejection of a total quantity.AP2.8.3.2.5. Backorder of a total quantity.AP2.8.3.2.6. Backorder release of a total quantity.AP2.8.3.2.7. Procurement of a total quantity for direct delivery by a vendor.AP2.8.3.2.8. Any other action applicable to a total quantity.AP2.8.4. Suffix Codes - Materiel Returns ProgramAP2.8.4.1. Processing elements of the distribution system shall enter a suffix code in rp 44 of MRP transactions involving partial quantities, such as:AP2.8.4.1.1. Return partial quantity with credit.AP2.8.4.1.2. Return partial quantity without credit.AP2.8.4.1.3. Partial quantity authorized for disposal.AP2.8.4.1.4. Effect lateral redistribution of partial quantity.AP2.8.4.1.5. Effect split returns by separate priority.AP2.8.4.1.6. Any other action applicable to a partial quantity.AP2.8.4.2. Processing elements of distribution systems shall not enter suffix codes in MRP transactions for total quantity.

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