(h) Provide input to the Defense Integrated Subsistence Management System
(2) The IFA functions are used to:
(a) Monitor dining facility accounts, cook status information, and inventories.
(b) Maintain the installation Master Menu, recipe files, and cash meal payment
(c) Monitor and maintain the installation dining facility equipment files.
(d) Provide input to the DFO files.
(3) The DFO functions are used to:
(a) Plan menus, request subsistence from TISA/prime vendor, and monitor the
dining facility account status.
(b) Process production schedules, production reports, dieter's menus, kitchen
requisitions, and production histories.
(c) Process physical inventories, transfers, statements of charges, and reports of
(d) Perform dining facility file inquiries and print reports.
(e) Process daily headcount and cash collections, generate cash collection
(f) Provide input to the TISA files.
(4) The Automated Headcount (AHC) Program is in the testing phase and will become
a subsystem of AFMIS upon fielding. It will be used in each Army dining facility to record
b. AFMIS operates in a fully interactive mode with all subsystem databases and files
residing on the minicomputer. Each user accesses files using a terminal and modem.
(1) The TISA Subsystem provides the following input to DFO files:
(a) Subsistence issues.
(b) Dining facility account card transactions.