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Alexandria, VA Additional copies may be obtained from: The policies set forth herein implement the requirements of the Chief of Naval Operations as prescribed in the DoD These policies and procedures are applicable for all personnel concerned with the management of transportation equipment throughout the Navy.
The purpose of this publication is to assist management at all levels in properly discharging their responsibilities in the efficient management of the transportation program. The instructions, guides, procedures, and criteria are provided for exercising both technical and management controls to attain full and cost effective utilization of funds, personnel, and equipment.
General and detailed procedures for the administration, operation, and maintenance of transportation equipment are covered. These areas include administration, procurement, rental, charter, assignment, loan, utilization, registration and technical record control, disposition, and operational procedures for automotive, construction, and railroad equipment.
Procedures are also included for maintenance planning, scheduling, maintenance control, material support, vehicle and equipment modification, painting, identification and markings, protective coatings, and for selection and application of fuels and lubricants.
Procedures for administration, operation, and maintenance are detailed. These include procurement, technical record control, disposition, and procedures for the operation of automotive, construction, and railroad equipment. Maintenance functions such as scheduling, shop control, material support, equipment modification, painting, protective coatings, markings, and guidelines for fuels and lubricants are included.
It provides administrative and technical instructions and procedures to be used, in conjunction with locally developed transportation instructions, by all personnel concerned with the administration, operation, and maintenance of automotive vehicles, construction, and railway equipment collectively referred to as Civil Engineering Support Equipment CESE.
A glossary of frequently used transportation equipment terms and a list of abbreviations are included in Appendices A and B, respectively.
A list of related publications is included in the reference section. This publication also establishes standards and procedures for testing and licensing of all Navy transportation equipment drivers and operators.
The operation of an effective on-the-job occupational safety and health program is a line management responsibility at all echelons and shall, to the extent of their authority, comply with OSH program guidance and regulations and provide DoD personnel safe and healthful working conditions.
Specifically, this shall include compliance with work safety and health standards, proper use of personal protective equipment and clothing, and proper reporting to DoD management of unsafe conditions, hazardous exposure, or occupational injury or illness. Procure and administer the assignment and utilization of transportation equipment in accordance with the mission requirements established by CNO and the operational requirements of offices and commands.
Develop short and long range CESE program objectives and funding requirements. Establish and promulgate standards for operation and general utilization. Prepare and promulgate maintenance standards. Administer public laws relating to: Promulgate criteria for replacement and retirement in compliance with DoD guidance and establish such criteria where specific DoD guidance is not available.
Through command channels and in coordination with other offices and commands, determine Navy-wide requirements in support of programs authorized by CNO.Turning to the merits of the protest, the record shows that the agency disqualified AGI because of the contracting officer’s conclusion that AGI may have had access to competitively useful, non-public information that may have been helpful in preparing its proposal.
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