AFI 33-103 PDF

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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. James Maloney Certified by: These paragraphs are marked as follows: Attachment 2 contains an address listing of key organizations. Paragraph 3 has been deleted and all information pertaining to the responsibilities of the Air Force Communications and Information Center AFCIC have been incorporated into paragraph 1.

See last attachment of this publication, ICfor the complete IC.

A I indicates revision from the previous edition. Major Command Equipment Control Officers. Air Force Infrastructure Support Contracts.

Installation and Relocation of Computer Systems. Use of Computer Systems. Identification of Computer Systems.

On-Line Computer Systems Inventory. Computer Systems Maintenance Reporting. Contractor or Air Force Liaison. General Ledger Subsidiary Account Information Collections, Records, and Forms.

Ensures appropriate action is taken upon receipt of excess equipment requests.

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Establishes a new defense reporting activity account DRA upon request of the major command equipment control officer MECO and receipt of appropriate information. The CSMWG will include broad representation of CSM functions allowing for improved crossfeed of information and feedback from the field necessary to make informed decisions about CSM policy and procedures. Approves or disapproves hardware maintenance below the line replaceable unit FRU level.

Provides oversight of Air Force supplemental technical training. Provides IPMS operations, programming, and software support. Specifies the format for contract tables. Processes all base-user adi systems orders except those excluded by host tenant support agreements and joint service programs 333-103 outside the Air Force.

Is the accountable officer for all equipment listed in their assigned IPMS account. Afo procedures are in place instructing base communications personnel to use the IPMS to notify and document equipment transfers between bases. Budgets for maintenance of applicable host base computer systems. Follows budgeting arrangements established in host tenant support agreements.

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Develops procedures with the resource managers of the host and tenant organizations to de-obligate excess funds for avi on Air Force requirements. Ensures annual review of maintenance strategies and reports to verify organizations use the most cost-effective options. Advises base organizations of local maintenance procedures. Plans for and provides support during contingencies and deployments.

Finds the most economical source for spare parts. Directs retention of serviceable excess computer systems for maintenance redundancy or operational spares. Authorizes cannibalization of unserviceable computer systems for spare parts. Coordinates changes to computer systems requirements with the appropriate command or base communications unit.

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Provides the appointment letter of the equipment control officers ECO.

MECO responsibilities do not include equipment accountability. Ensures mandatory training is provided within 45 days before an individual assumes duty as an ECO or has previous experience as an ECO. Collects small computer maintenance cost data needed to evaluate maintenance methods to obtain the most cost-effective maintenance.

Budgets for maintenance of computer systems that are not the responsibility of the CSO. Reviews their systems annually to determine if the systems still meet user requirements, need modification, or are obsolete. Designates, in writing, a minimum of one EC and alternate, depending on 333-103 of control.

Appoints a new EC not later than 45 days before the departure of the present EC.

Requires outgoing and incoming EC to conduct a joint physical inventory and reconcile adi items under the guidance of the ECO. Custodians, supervisors, and others directly involved in equipment transfers must ensure custodial record listings are aci and property is accounted for. Ensures the EC notifies the applicable ECO of any computer systems that are scheduled for deployment.

Promotes user awareness concerning unauthorized or illegal use of computer systems hardware and software.

Ensures organizations do not use shareware or public domain software until the CSO certifies computer systems are free of viruses, hidden defects, or obvious copyright infringements, and that organization shareware users pay any necessary fees prior to utilization. Has the authority to sign for new equipment and may delegate that authority only to their ECs.

Appoints an organization computer manager OCM. The OCM is appointed by the organization commander. Sends properly documented requirements to the applicable CSO for action. Coordinates with the network control center NCC in establishing contingency procedures for manual backups, reallocation of computer resources, etc. Coordinates support issues with applicable agencies. Assists with installing, testing, and accepting the system according to the terms of the purchase contract and instructions.

Identifies training needs, manpower issues, etc. Validates computer systems and equipment requirements submitted by the unit EC. Reports excess computer resources to the organization ADPE EC at least days before the resources are no longer required.

Assists organization commander in planning for support of deployments. Assists others within their organization to resolve computer systems problems. Work with other MECOs to determine reporting procedures of tenant units and continue to work together to resolve any problems that might arise. Review finalized excess reports 33-10 by applicable ECOs and ensure appropriate action is accomplished.

Allow ECOs to create and maintain holding accounts for known near-term requirements. Ensure a new applicable ECO is appointed in writing. Allow access by the program management office PMO to establish vendor contract and group tables if they meet the established criteria.

Establish accountability procedures for computer systems acquired through joint services, working with the applicable ECOs and PMO.

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Notify the PMO of centrally managed programs of any excess equipment acquired for that program that is available for reutilization. The ECO will hold a grade of master sergeant or above, or civilian of equivalent grade. The installation commander may approve a one-grade reduction. Receives all computer systems, ensuring accountability and completion of all necessary documentation. Is accountable for equipment listed in their assigned IPMS account.

Attempts to determine ownership of all FOB computer systems and takes appropriate aci to ensure accountability. Updates IPMS and clears errors before the first Sunday of each month as required for upward reporting. Directs all ECs to conduct an annual physical inventory of assigned computer systems. Retains serviceable excess computer systems for maintenance redundancy or operational spares. Retains unserviceable excess computer systems for cannibalization as directed by the cso.

Ati appropriate action to update the inventory as dictated by a ROS. Completes out-processing for departing EC upon transfer of account and receipt of new appointment letters. Provides guidance and training for the EC. Takes guidance and direction from the MECO. Attempts intra-command DRA redistribution of excess computer systems to satisfy local requirements before the completion of any excess reports.

Creates electronic excess reports in IPMS for excess equipment items that are not required locally. Searches, when requested or needed, the reuse module in IPMS for available excess computer systems Air Force-wide to satisfy local requirements.

Notifies the MECO of centrally managed programs of any excess equipment acquired for that program that is available for reutilization.

Notifies applicable maintenance contract office of primary responsibility OPR to remove from maintenance computer systems that become excess and are not required for reuse locally. Coordinates on all host tenant agreements. ECs and their alternates are appointed by the organizational commander. Are responsible for all assigned computer systems. Ensure all accountable computer systems and equipment have a personal computer PC IPMS bar code label or equivalent attached.

Obtain approval and coordinate all potential transfers of computer systems between accounts with the applicable ECO. The ECs have no authority to transfer computer systems outside their account. Sign for new equipment as well as all assigned accountable computer systems. Remain responsive to applicable ECO.

Must zfi through the applicable ECO. Conduct a joint physical inventory and reconcile any missing items before the departure of the present EC or as directed by the applicable ECO. Immediately notify the organizational commander to appoint an investigating official to begin the ROS process 33-013 any loss, damage, or destruction of computer systems. Report excess computer systems accounted for in base supply through base supply.