Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

1 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY WARFIGHTER SUPPORT.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "1 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY WARFIGHTER SUPPORT."— Presentation transcript:

1 1 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY WARFIGHTER SUPPORT ENHANCEMENT STEWARDSHIP EXCELLENCE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Qualified Recycling Program Receiving Reimbursements

2 2 Recyclable material includes goods that could be discarded, but that can be used as raw materials after undergoing some type of physical or chemical processing This material comes in many forms: ferrous metals, such as iron or steel; non-ferrous metals, such as aluminum, bronze or copper; and numerous other products, such as cardboard, paper, used oil, batteries, plastic, glass and scrap rubber Facility commanders use the proceeds to defray the cost of a variety of programs: operating and improving recycling programs; financing pollution abatement and environmental programs; funding energy conservation improvements; improving occupational, safety and health programs; and funding morale, welfare and recreation programs Qualified Recycling Program

3 3 Qualified Recycling Program Management Once the Commander of the Installation has approved a Qualified Recycling Program (QRP), a QRP Manager is designated to oversee the program The QRP Manager has a very important role o Works with all involved Installation Units to set up a QRP process o Determines the arrangement of the QRP system so proper documentation is obtained and available for audits o Monitors to ensure only eligible material is sent for reimbursement o Reconciles what has been disposed with reimbursements that have been received o Works with DLA Disposition Services (DLADS) local field site o Works with DLADS HQ Battle Creek o Works with auditors as necessary o Ensures a Standard Operating Procedure is available for QRP Manager and Units o Reports QRP progress to the Installation Commander

4 4 QRP Manager and DLADS While the Installation QRP Manager is planning the program, they should also be working with the DLADs local field site The DLADS field site can help the QRP Manager understand the requirements of disposing material o Contractors that are available to pick up property through DLADS o Segregation of property o Filling out documents electronically o Setting up appointments, if applicable, through the on-line Scheduler o Requirements for material that is received in place The DLADS field site can also notify the QRP Manager if equipment comes in for reutilization that the program can use, examples: a shredder or a crusher

5 5 Documentation Required So Installation Can Receive Reimbursement The QRP Manager must submit a Letter of Authorization (LOA) to DLADS Battle Creek Office and to the local DLADS field site The LOA states the QRP DODAAC for the Installation o Only one QRP DODAAC is allowed per Installation o All applicable Units must use this DODAAC for material turn-in o The QRP DODAAC always begins the turn-in document number The Letter also states the complete fund site that is connected to the QRP DODAAC o The fund cite must begin with the Service code: Army, 21: Air Force, 57: Navy and Marines, 17 o The fund cite also must be a F3875 account The LOA states the QRP Manager information If any of this information changes, a new LOA must be submitted to DLADS

6 6 Example of a LOA Please add your official letterhead and the date From: (List QRP name/activity) To: DLA Disposition Services at (list site name/location) Subject: QUALIFIED RECYCLING PROGRAM Ref: QRP Information (List QRP name/activity) has established a Qualified Recycling Program. Please deposit the sales proceeds of recyclable material governed by 10 U.S.C in the following Budget Clearing Account … F3875 (list fund cite information). The DODAAC associated with this QRP line of accounting is: (list DODAAC). Please note: For automated payments through DFAS, your fund cite and DODAAC should match the TAC 3 DFAS station number (5-6 digits) in DASSINQ. To check this you can visit the website at: https://www.transactionservices.dla.mil/DAASINQ/warning.asp. If the station number does not match the fund cite, please contact your budget POC, servicing DFAS office representative, or your Service DODAAC monitor to have it changed. Associated DODAAC should have an IPAC agreement or payments will be mailed to the TAC1 address of the DODAAC, bypassing the QRP account.https://www.transactionservices.dla.mil/DAASINQ/warning.asp The QRP processes and retains the proceeds from the sale of QRP recyclable materials to fund recycling efforts, energy conservation projects, pollution abatement, occupational safety and health activities, and morale, welfare, and recreation projects. Any material delivered to the recycling center that is not eligible for recycling or sale by a QRP will be sent to the DLA Disposition Services site. We look forward to cooperative and beneficial working relationship with your facility. By working together we can reuse and recycle more materials. My contact information is (list name QRP Manager, commercial and DSN phone, fax, ). Signed_______________________________

7 7 Accurate and Complete Documentation QRP Mangers must know and train the Units on requirements for disposal documentation The correct DEMIL code must be used o DEMIL code ‘A’ for all scrap material except fired brass and scrap metal gleaned from a firing range o DEMIL code ‘Q’ for fired brass and scrap metal gleaned from a firing range o DEMIL ‘B’ material is not reimbursable under QRP o No Munition List Item or Commerce Control List material reimbursed except the DEMIL code Q items above o DEMIL code is in column 65, top row of A The Condition Code for QRP eligible scrap material o Regular material should be coded ‘S’ o Hazardous material (antifreeze, used oil, lead acid batteries) should be ‘H’ o The Condition Code is listed in column 71, top row of A

8 8 Receiving Revenue for Your QRP Form DD A o Must accompany all turn-in of property o QRP Manager must retain a DLADS Receiver signed copy of the A If item(s) is eligible for reimbursement of sales proceeds, the turn-in document must contain a QRP statement o Example: This property is eligible for QRP reimbursement to Randolph AFB QRP Fund Cite 57 F QRP DODAAC FB3056 QRP POC John Doe, phone: Document number must begin with QRP DODAAC

9 9 Example DD1348-1A

10 10 The new External Reimbursable report allows the QRP Manager to run a report when required and balance disposals against reimbursements o Searchable by DODAAC or line of accounting o Replaces the SF1080 o Replaces the Midas report Link to request an AMPs role or go into the DLA Portal: External Reimbursable Report

11 11 If the QRP Manager has ensured property was eligible for reimbursement and payment has not been made 2 months after turn-in, DLADS Battle Creek should be notified o The QRP Manager should contact Battle Creek o Documents in question should be sent in What DLADS does not do: o Balance the Installation’s reimbursement accounts o Collect the required documents for reimbursements and audits o Review all disposal documents to see if material is eligible for reimbursement o Participate in Installation audits DLADS is the last piece of the logistics trail o We reutilize property whenever possible o We dispose of all types of eligible and ineligible property Working With DLADS Battle Creek

12 12 DLADS is retaining four cents per pound for administration costs (cost of sales and handling) This complies with the following regulations: o DOD Financial Management Regulations (FMR) o DOD R, Volume 11A, Chapter 5 T o Title 40, U.S.C section 571 (b), General Rules for Deposit and Use of Proceeds o DOD , Pollution Prevention This is to ensure DLADS is audit ready and compliant with all statutory and regulatory requirements DLADS Administrative Costs

13 13 Q: How much is DLADS going to charge the Installation QRP to sell scrap material in FY2015? A: Four cents per pound will be retained from the sale proceeds Q: When the scrap revenue is less than four cents per pound, will DLADS bill the Installation QRP? A: No, the four cents per pound is retained from the sale proceeds, when the proceeds are four cents or less there will simply be no reimbursement Sales Costs FAQ’s

14 14 Sales Costs FAQ’s, Cont Q: Why is DLADS making a policy change that may have a negative impact on some Installation QRPs? A: DLADS is not changing Department of Defense (DOD) policy. By reimbursing 100% DLADS has been out of compliance with DOD policy and the Financial Management Regulation (FMR) since the late nineties. During a recent audit readiness review it was determined that DLADS would have to comply with the current DOD policy to be audit ready

15 15 Q: Our Installation QRP relies on scrap material that normally sells for less than four cents per pound. Why isn’t the charge retained as a percentage of the revenue instead of across the board by weight? A: DOD policy and the FMR require DLADS to retain the costs of sales and handling in accordance with established accounting procedures. DLADS’ cost for the sale and handling of scrap is determined by the weight of the scrap material Sales Costs FAQ’s, Cont

16 16 Q: How did DLADS determine the cost to be four cents per pound? A: DLADS first determined what percent of all scrap material was QRP scrap. DLADS then took that percentage of total costs divided by the QRP weight to determine the amount to be retained Sales Costs FAQ’s, Cont

17 17 Advantages of Using Our Sales Services Management of QRP recyclable/eligible and ineligible property, with minimized safety and national security risks Existing relationships with market buyers with existing contracts and regular pickups Accumulation of large lots from multiple generators (better pricing) Experience marketing many types of recyclables Expended small arms cartridge casings sold with Trade Security Controls in place Auditable paper trail

18 18 Helpful Suggestions Cultivate a strong working relationship with local DLADS POC(s). This helps in: o Resolving operational problems o Increases communication on QRP Use full DLADS resources/capabilities to your QRP’s advantage o Experience with the market o Excluded items knowledge o Obtain property for use, vehicles, used recycling equipment, etc Keep meticulous and thorough records of all transactions

19 19 Did you know? The property disposal hierarchy we follow favors reutilization over recycling It is not always necessary for a QRP to deliver its recyclables to the DLADS scrap yard before they can be sold Property reutilized and recyclable materials sold can count toward the Installation’s solid waste diversion metric

20 20 Installation Finance Please ensure the TAC3 address (servicing finance office) for the QRP DODAAC is current otherwise payments could be rejected by DFAS. This information must be communicated through your local DFAS TAC3 address information may be viewed using the following link: https://www.transactionservices.dla.mil/DAASINQ/warnin g.asp https://www.transactionservices.dla.mil/DAASINQ/warnin g.asp

21 21 Process Flow Crediting Eligible Proceeds *Terms sales contract may be in place and frequent pick ups already occurring, in these cases sales do not have to be coordinated at the field level (only new sales). Qualified Recycling Program (QRP) or Generating Activity DLADS Field Office DLADS Service Sales Branch Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) Prepares disposal turn in document for specific material Delivers material to the DLADS Office or arranges for pickup Receives disposal turn-in document and evaluates material for reimbursement eligibility Enters proper receipt information into the system, and places material on a sale Sales Contracting Officer coordinates the sale and material is sold* Credits QRP’s Suspense Account Finance Office processes payment voucher

22 22 Recordkeeping for Transactions Critical for QRP to keep independent records of all transactions per DODI Recordkeeping “package” for each transaction: o Copies of all signed DD Form A turn-in documents o Copy of Reimbursable Report

23 23 Summary DLADS can be a valuable partner Meticulous recordkeeping is essential Keep up on tracking disposition transactions and reimbursements Gather the data that is available for solid waste diversion reporting

24 24 QRP POCs Army o o Navy o o Marine o Air Force o o DLA Disposition Services o

25 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY WARFIGHTER SUPPORT ENHANCEMENT STEWARDSHIP EXCELLENCE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT


Download ppt "1 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY AMERICA’S COMBAT LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCY WARFIGHTER SUPPORT."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google