(c) Monitor DFSP inventory levels reported in the Inventory Management Plan.
(d) Monitor and coordinate receipts and shipments at GOCO/COCO DFSPs and act as
(e) Review accountable documents for allowable losses at contractor-operated facilities.
(f) Develop quality surveillance programs for DLA-owned products.
1 Submit proposed stock rotation plans to DESC operations for dormant socks.
2 Notify DESC operations of quality problems that may affect supply operations.
(g) Ensure overseas DFRs perform the same functions as CONUS DFRs.
responsibilities of overseas DFRs are to:
1 Coordinate distribution plans with CINC JPOs.
2 Manage U.S. interests in overseas pipelines and negotiate with host nations.
3 Serve as the central point of contact for DFAMS.
Specific War, Contingency, and Emergency Considerations.
a. General DOD policy that applies during peacetime for bulk petroleum should apply whenever
possible during periods of international tension and limited or general war.
b. War reserve stocks will not be reconstituted under general war conditions. Wartime operating stock
levels after D-Day will be maintained at the minimum level needed for planned operational commitments
(resupply quantity plus safety level).
c. Petroleum stocks held by military services are subject to reallocation by the JCS or Unified Command
d. DOE responsibilities include:
(1) Prepare emergency plans and develop preparedness programs for petroleum products, natural gas,
coal, and electric power.
(2) Assist, coordinate and direct the energy industries during national emergencies to assure that
domestic and foreign energy supplies can meet the military and civil requirements of the nation and its allies.
e. Deputy under Secretary of Defense (Logistics) responsibilities include: