(4) SB 10-260 (Master Menu).
(5) SB 10-264 (Nutrient Values of Master Menu Recipes and Food Items).
2. System Summary. The Dining Facility Operations (DFO) Subsystem is a part of the Army
Food Management Information System (AFMIS). AFMIS automates Class I supply functions,
installation food advisor management functions, and dining facility operations. The DFO
Subsystem is used to control subsistence and headcounts.
a. AFMIS consists of three major subsystems.
(1) The TISA/TISA-W functions are used to:
(a) Requisition subsistence from the Defense Personnel Support Center (DPSC)
and the Defense Subsistence Office (DSO).
(b) Process receipts and issue subsistence to dining facilities.
(c) Process direct vendor delivery (DVD), local purchase (LP), and commissary
(d) Maintain storage locations and physical inventories.
(e) Provide input to the Standard Army Financial Inventory, Accounting, and
Reporting System (STARFIARS) and maintain the Voucher Register and General Control
(VRGC) file, Food Cost and Feeding Strength Summary, and customer accounts.
Perform TISA file inquiries and print reports.
(g) Provide input to the DFO files.
(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 inventory.
(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 in AFMIS are used to:
(a) Plan menus, request subsistence from the TISA/prime vendor, and monitor
the dining facility account status.
(b) Process production schedules, production reports, dieter's menus, kitchen
requisitions, and production histories.