KEY PERSONNEL ROSTER, SUBSECTION 101.2
A roster that lists the addresses and DSN and commercial telephones numbers
of key personnel at DPSC headquarters and elsewhere. Subsistence Procuring
Elements (SPEs) are key personnel located throughout the military services who are
responsible for the control and monitoring of food supply services.
OVERTIME INSPECTION, SUBSECTION 101.3
Inspectors who perform subsistence inspections for DPSC will be guided by the
procedures of their respective officers regarding authorization to perform overtime
inspection. Refusal to work overtime on a DPSC subsistence contract by any field
inspection activity will be reported immediately to the contracting officer through the
CQAF issuing the contract.
PLAN FOR THE INSPECTION JOB, SUBSECTION 201.1
The plan for the inspection job (PIJ) is an informal written agreement between
the inspector and the contractor for each contract or item procured regularly. The plan
establishes working hours, sizes of inspection samples, and exact amount and type of
inspection. Both parties agree to be bound by the terms of the plan, which is written on
DPSC Form 3587.
2-10. FORMATION OF LOTS, SUBSECTION 202.1
The subsection on formation of lots defines the groupings that make up a lot or a
batch. (A lot or a batch is a collection of units of product from which a sample is drawn
and inspected.) The type of lot of batch used is determined by the requirements in the
contract. Additional information can be found in subcourse 706, Inspection Concepts.
2-11. APPLICATION OF SAMPLING PLANS, SUBSECTION 203.1
This subsection describes the application of the use of random numbers and
random sampling to determine if an inspected lot or batch complies with the terms and
provisions of a contract. Additional information can be found in subcourse 706,
2-12. PRODUCTION TESTING CONTRACTS, SUBSECTION 206.1
This subsection is concerned with the examination and testing of new items.
Production testing is conducted to determine industry capability to produce an item
economically and to check on the accuracy of proposed specifications compared to
requirements, quality assurance provisions, and related actions. Field inspectors are
seldom involved in this testing.