(5) Sign the hand or subhand receipt after actions in (1) through (4) above
have been completed.
c. Report unreconciled discrepancies in the receipt and accounting of classified
COMSEC equipment and CCI as a physical insecurity.
PERFORM A CHANGE OF HAND-RECEIPT HOLDER INVENTORY
When the hand-receipt holder is replaced, inventory all property listed on the
hand receipt. Perform the inventory before the new hand-receipt holder assumes
responsibility for the property. The unit's accountable officer will decide how much time
is allowed for the inventory. To conduct the hand-receipt holder inventory, use the
A property transfer via subhand receipt does not transfer direct responsibility
for the property to the subhand-receipt holder as is the case for a hand-
a. Take these actions prior to inventory.
Check with the next higher commander for any instructions.
(2) Make sure all hand or subhand receipts and annexes with change
documents are updated.
(3) Review the hand receipt to find the type of items to be inventoried. If
needed, select personnel to assist in the inventory and give them instructions.
Notify subhand-receipt holders of when and how the inventory is to be
(5) Review DA PAM 25-30 to ensure the most current supply catalogs,
components lists, technical manuals, and other related publications are used during the
inventory. In the event the most current publications are not on-hand, the outgoing
hand-receipt holder will place required publications on order during the inventory. The
incoming hand-receipt holder inventories by the publication on-hand or, if no publication
is on-hand, by preparing a component list of items on-hand pending receipt of the most
current publication. Inform the commander for whom the property book is kept of this
(6) Immediately upon receipt of the current publication, the hand-receipt
holder directs a 100-percent inventory be taken to determine any overages or
shortages. Overages will be turned in. Shortages are accounted for as follows.