secondary item

secondary item

[′sek·ən‚der·ē ′īd·əm]
(ordnance)
Any item, including end items, components, and spare parts, which has not been classified as a principal item.
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The TACOM Life Cycle Management Command has developed a number of automated systems that assist secondary item managers with executing materiel management functions.
The sale of a TV stand or bracket is often seen as a secondary item, often with limited choice available.
The sale of a TV stand or bracket is seen as a secondary item, often with limited choice available.
The increasing FMS business trend is expected to continue, resulting in greater FMS customer demands for expedited delivery of secondary item material.
For example, the sum of Standard Base Supply System (SBSS) demands reported to the Readiness Based Leveling (RBL) system was different than the sum of demands reported to the Secondary Item Requirements System (D200A).
Recommendation: The Secretary of Defense should direct the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, in conjunction with the Director, Defense Logistics Agency, and the Secretaries of the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force, to establish goals and metrics for tracking and assessing the cost efficiency of inventory management in accordance with DOD's policy requiring DLA and the services to minimize investment in secondary item inventory while providing inventory needed; develop and implement an approach for integrating these goals and metrics with inventory management improvement efforts; and incorporate the goals and metrics into existing management and oversight processes.
The substitution of a secondary item at the same cost if a primary generic is out of stock.
Case-2: If more than one primary item has the same secondary item, pre-fetch the same.
As a result, this subject, which appeared to be a secondary item of discussion, may well take centre stage.
James Hurst, indirect tax manager at Grant Thornton in Birmingham, said: 'Customs and Excise operates a 'single supply' test, which determines whether any secondary item is incidental or material to the deal, such as when a standard-rated free gift is given away with a magazine, which would normally be zero rated.
The International Programs Directorate at the Naval Inventory Control Point (NAVICP-OF) serves as the Security Assistance Directorate at the Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP 07) and operates in three different, but complementary, environments: supply chain management and secondary item support, foreign military sales, and weapons system management.
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