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§ 1-8.803–3 Formiut 803–3, Inventory Schedule B.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE-INVENTORY SCHEDULE B RAW MATERIALS · PURCHASED PARTS • FINISHED COMPONENTS • FINISHED PRODUCTS • MISCELLANEOUS

lotter "X" without a number, for material considered to have no further value for use os originally intended, but of possible solvage value other than as scrap. I considered scrap, insert on "S."

A. CLASSIFICATION. - 1. The term "Row Materials" is here used to in.
clude materials in primary form. Examples of the many different general
classifications of row materials (other than metals) include:
Chemical
Rubber

Show cut stock
Pulp and paper
Textiles

Coment
Paper board
Kapok

Cork
Plastics (pri-
Mair

Cotton
mory forms)
Lumber

Wool
Oils, fons,
Hides and skins

Glass and waxes

Leather

CODE: N-Now

1- Excellent [-Used-reconditioned

2- Good 0-Used-usable without repairs

3-fair R-Usod-repairs required

4- Poor D. COST (Colunins and 1). — Any generally recognized basis for costing inventory may be used, provided it has been regularly used by the con tractor and properly rollochs his costs.

2. Examples of some of the large number of goneral classifications of parts, components, finished products, or miscellaneous include: Engines and turbines

Conveyors Surgical Instruments Compressors and

Fans and Electric Motors pumps

blowers Drugs Insulated wire and cable Bearings Ignition Equipment Nuts and bolts

Valves

E. COMMON ITEMS.-Any items of inventory reasonably usable, without los to the controctor on his other work, because they ore materials, parts, or components, common in nature to both the terminated contract and other work of the contractor, are not to be listed except for items the delivery of which has been required by the Government and except for Government furnished property. (See Inventory Schedule Certificate.)

3. Noms having no commercial value may be placed in a single classi fication designated "No Commercial Volve." for items deemed to have commercial value, use a new form for each classification. Insert the name of the classification in the designated block at the upper right-hand comer of the inventory form and arrange the items falling under that classification in sequence under separate subheadings. For example, on the sheron sheets used to list Chemicals, group separately all Acids, all nie. On Resins, etc. Under the general classification of Insulated this ond clable group separately all Asbestos-Insulated Copper Wings bipler-Insulated Coppor Wire, ell Magnet Wire, etc. On the shops her drugsgrpuled rately all Antitoxins, all Vaccines, all Strychnine Deriveries all Hosphine Dórivatives, etc.

F. PROCEEDS OF AUTHORIZED SALE (Column g). -- Insert the letter "A"
after the amoyani the sale (or credit for acquisition) has been authorized
or apprendry the tobtracting officer or customer. Insert the letter "
is the oppunderents your offer to acquire or sell. In either cose, quan-
ting should 066 ble hew (on a second line) if less than the full quanlity
shown in duin

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M. MISCELLANEOUS

B. DESCRIPTION (Column b). -A full commercial description is required for all items which have commercial value. For other items, furnish only such description os is sufficient to enable the contracting officer or the customer to determine the appropriate disposition. Where there is doubl os to the extent of the description required, consult the contracting officer or the customer.

(a) Separate Schedules. If the space provided for any information called for is insufficient, attach separate supporting schedules.

(b) Continuation Shoots.-Use format 80 3-4 whenever more than one page is required.

(c) Number of Copies. - The number of sets of inventory schedules required will be indicated by the contracting officer or the customer from whom the notice of termination is received.

C. CONDITION (Column ().- for purpose of indicating condition of mo. Serial, the code indicated below should be used. It requires the combination of a letter and a number in each instance (as E4 or N2). Uso the

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Format 803–4, Inventory Schedule B—Continuation Shcet.

INVENTORY SCHEDULE 1 CONTINUATION SHEET D TERMINATION ONONTERMINATION J RAW MATERIALS (Other than Motoh) O PURCHASED PARTS OFINISHED COMPONENTS

FINISHED PRODUCT O MISCELLANEOUS GOVERNMENT PRIME CONTRACT NO. SUDCONTRACT OR 7.0. NO. TREFERENCE NO.

PROPERTY CLASSIFICATION (See Instruction on formal 803-3)

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$ 1-8.803–5 Format 803–5, Inventory Schedule C (Work in Process).

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE-INVENTORY SCHEDULE C

WORK IN PROCESS

A. CLASSIFICATION. -No classification of items is required. Finished components are not to be listed on this form but on Format 803-3. Other items which have not lost their identity through whole or partial assembly and which are deemed to hove further commercial use are also to be listed on Format 803-3. 8. DESCRIPTION (Column b).- Furnish such description as is sufficient to enable the contracting officer or the customer to determine the appropriate disposition. C. CONDITION (Columns). For material considered to have possible solvage value other than scrap, insert an "X." I considorod scrap, insert an "S."

letter "A" after the amount if the sale (or credit for acquisition) has been authorized or approved by the contracting officer or customer. Insert the letter "C" if the amount represents your offer to acquire or sell. in either cose, quantity should also be shown (on a second line) if less than the full quantity shown in column d. G. GOVERNMENT-OWNED PROPERTY

(a) Government-furnished property should be listed on sopa roto shoots, marked to show that the items are Governmentfurnished.

(b) Where title to materials purchased by the contractor is vested in the Government, such materials should be listed and cost data supplied.

D. COST (Columns • ond f).-Any generally recognized basis for costing inventory may be used, provided it has been regularly used by the contractor and properly reflects his costs. E. COMMON ITEMS.- Any items of inventory reasonably usable, without lous to the contractor on his other work, because they are materials, parts, or components, common in nature to both the terminated contract and other work of the contractor, are not to be listed except for items the delivery of which has been required by the Government and except for Government-furnished proporty. (See Inventory Schedule Certificate.) F. PROCEEDS OF AUTHORIZED SALE (Column g). -- Insert the

H. MISCELLANEOUS

(o) Separate Schodulos.--If the space provided for any infor mation called for is insuficient, attach separate supporting sched ples.

(b) Continuation Shoots.-Use format 803-6 whenever mon than one page is required.

(c) Number of copies.-The number of sets of inventory schedules required will be indicated by the contracting officer or the customer from whom the notice of termination is received

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