designed to operate. This lesson will provide the users with the foundation in which they will be
able to build upon in order to effectively operate the AFMIS system.
General AFMIS Information.
a. AFMIS is a project directive of the Defense Audit Service (DAS) Report, dated 28 May
1980, on the Audit of DoD Food Service Program. The audit stated that improvements were
needed and a clearer internal audit trail needed to be established. The Department of the Army,
Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics (DCSLOG) sponsors AFMIS. Initial rollout was completed
with a two-week training program from S-DCL.
Current System use paperwork system versus automated system
(1) Non compatible with each other.
(2) Must complete steps with automated system.
Future of AFMIS.
(1) Future SCP changes
Purpose of AFMIS
Point of Sales
End Users Manual.
a. Purpose. The End Users Manual is an integral part of your system. It provides you with
vital information necessary to operate the system efficiently and effectively. It is important that
you understand its use and the information it contains.
Guidelines. The End Users Manual will be used to file all AFMIS Reports.
c. MARKS. Use the Modern Army Records Keeping System for regulatory guidance for
filing Food Service Reports.
d. Sections. The End Users Manual is divided into sections. Each section pertains to a
part (menu option) of your AFMIS system. Each section is further divided in outline form to
give you clear guidance when operating each of the menus. When there are changes, the manual