Sev1 Tech, Inc. - Camp Afrijan

Supporting the Department of the Army initiative on property accountability and the command supply discipline program at Camp Afrijan Kuwait, the Supply Support Technical will be responsibile for the following:

  • Support the Government in maintaining accountability by establishing an audit trail for all supplies and materials, as well as other associated items received until issued to the gaining activity.
  • Use the Army Electronic Product System (AEPS), Department of Defense Electronic Mall (DoD E- MALL), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Customer Resources Requisitioning, and the Army supply system to order materials and parts. The Subcontractor shall ensure that all supply requests are transmitted through the current STAMIS system of record (PBUSE/GCSS-A) to the governing Supply Support Activity (SSA). The Subcontractor will not process any OFFLINE requisitions without written approval of the
  • Designated Unit’s Property Book Officer. Purchase requests shall be processed. ensuring that the documentation is correct, verify serial numbers, NSN, Line Item Numbers (LIN), and Nomenclature prior to issuing equipment to the gaining activity. The Subcontractor shall ensure that a copy of the transaction is placed in the container prior to shipping and verify the ship to information. The Subcontractor shall verify the Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DODAAC), Unit Identification Code (UIC), and Recipients address.
  • Track transportation shipments in both the Army and commercial pipeline (i.e., Government Bill of Lading, FEDEX, etc.) and recommend to the Government on actions to expedite delivery when required or to resolve shipment discrepancies. The Subcontractor shall ensure that only authorized personnel sign for the unit’s property. The Subcontractor shall verify that individuals signing for property are on the Delegation of Authority Card.
  • Support the Battalion PBO in maintaining the Signal Battalions’ property books using the current STAMIS system of record (PBUSE/GCSS-A). The Subcontractor shall ensure that daily reconciliations are performed against the Commander’s hand receipt and ensure that no assets are left on the Commanders hand receipt. The Subcontractor shall ensure that all supporting documents as it pertains to the Commanders hand receipt is filed IAW with ARIMS.
  • File documents and ensure that all suspense’s are met in a timely manner
  • Ensure all documentation are prepared IAW regulatory policies and SOP’s to account for expendable and nonexpendable at the Property Book Officer level durable, consumable and non-expendable supplies and equipment.
  • Support the Government with physical inventories to ensure that all hand receipts are maintained IAW regulatory guidance.
  • Ensure that monthly reconciliations are performed with the SSA and copies maintained
  • Support the PBO to ensure that all property on the Commander’s hand receipt is sub hand receipted.
  • Ensure that the Government is provided with a copy of the Unit Readiness List by the second day of the month.
  • Support the PBO in maintaining a current and valid listing of Authorized LINS which are not required to be reported through the Net-centric Army Unit Status Report (NetUSR) System (as issued through ALARACT messages) and which is coded as "Exception".
  • Ensure that high priority requests are approved by the Government prior to processing.
  • Ensure that delegation of authority cards are prepared accurately and submitted to supporting agencies for approval and filed.
  • Support the Government to ensure that all property is accounted for IAW with regulatory guidance.
  • Provide recommendations and support to investigating official investigating officers and or customers as it pertains to filing out DD 200 FLIPL.
  • At all times refer to AR 735-5 and local policies during FLIPL.
  • Work with the command on the timelines as it pertains to FLIPLs.
  • Maintain and establish files/supporting documents IAW ARIMS.
  • Support the Government identification/location of items being inventoried for the cyclic inventory.
  • Ensure that a Sensitive items roster is maintained and adhered to. Subcontractors shall brief personnel conducting the Sensitive items inventory. Subcontractors shall ensure that all inventories are filed IAW with ARMIS.
  • Ensure that all CCI is secured using Double Lock method.
  • Support the Government in Maintaining key control and content inventory for all containers.
  • Ensure that Load Plans are updated and placed on all containers and storage areas.
  • Under the guidance of PBO, the Subcontractor shall ensure that all Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) equipment are assigned a Nonstandard Line Item Number (NSLIN) from SSN-LIN Automated Management and Integrating System (SLAMIS) prior to placing property on the Property book with SLAMIS requests for all COTS equipment.
  • Support the PBO in preparing for Change of Command Inventories. The Subcontractor shall ensure that both Commanders are provided with copies of documents.
  • Process paperwork and turn equipment into Defense Reutilization Management Office (DRMO) and the SSA.
  • Handle and ship Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) material as required in conjunction with the transportation specialist.
  • Ensure that all HAZMAT material or equipment identified and IAW regulatory guidance and policies
  • Ensure that absentee baggage room is clearly identified, secured and kept clear of Non- Absentee items.
  • Ensure that AB is maintained IAW applicable regulations and local SOP is maintained.
  • Ensure that Soldier readiness files are maintained.

  • Knowledge of governing supply regulations, policies, processes and procedures issued by DA, ARCENT, NETCOM the parent command and the Brigade to ensure compliance and execution of all assigned logistics matters.

  • Possession of a motor vehicle license.
  • Understanding and experience using Supply regulations (AR 710-1, AR 710-2, AR 710-3, AR 735-5, DA PAM 710-2-1, DA PAM 710-2-2, CTAs, and NETCOM Reg. 710-2), policies and procedures in order to maintain an accurate accounting and reporting system including accounting for lost, damaged, or destruction of government property as a result of abandonment and utilizing the Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPL), Statement of Charges and Cash Collection Vouchers the contractors shall perform daily or monthly reconciliations on PBUSE.
  • Use of office automation equipment and software (Excel, Microsoft Word and PowerPoint)
  • Army property accountability and reporting procedures, requisitioning procedures for expendable durable, consumable and (non-expendable items, accomplished at the Property Book Level), inventory procedures, and maintaining a stock record account.
  • Supply regulations (AR 710-1, AR 710-2, AR 710-3, AR 735-5, DA PAM 710-2-1, DA PAM 710-2-2, CTAs, and NETCOM Reg 710-2), ALARACT MESSAGES, policies and procedures in order to maintain an accurate accounting and reporting system.
  • Experience with current STAMIS system of record (PBUSE/GCSS-A).
  • Possession of a motor vehicle license

Must have:

  • Active Secret Clearance
  • Current Kuwait Visa-18

  • Baseline DoD 8570-1 certification (Typically Security+)
  • 40 Hour Completion Certification for GCCS-A PBO Course
  • 40 Hour Completion Certification for GCCS-A Maintenance Course

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