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(2)
Materiel Branch.
(a)
Inventory Management Section.
1 Management of medical materiel.
2 Maintenance of formal stock records with related register and
documents and assignment of Management Control Numbers to non-standard items.
3 Computation of peacetime and mobilization requirements and
acquisition of required materiel.
4 Dissemination of Quality Control information and instructions
pertaining to the utilization, suspension, extension of expiration dates, and disposition of
materiel.
5 Consolidated management of financial matters relating to
materiel and equipment utilized by all supported activities, including Army Stock Funds,
consumer and other appropriations.
6 Review and validation of reports and other financial data
concerning the Army Stock Fund. When required, appropriate corrective action is
initiated in order to meet management objectives. Narrative analysis are prepared and
submitted as required.
(b) Storage and Distribution Section.
1 Control of receipts, storage, inventory, preservation, and issue
of all materiel included in warehouse stocks.
2 Delivery and pickup service, except for linen service.
(3)
Property Management Branch.
(a)  Development and implementation of policies necessary to
effectively manage all command property.
(b) Maintenance of a central hospital property book for all property
except organizational clothing and equipment. When desired by the commander and
approved by HQ HSC, other command element property books may be maintained.
(c)  When authorized by the commander, a separate Property Control
Section may be established.
(d) Plans and programs for projected equipment requirements under
the Medical Care Support Equipment Program.
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