Think you know all about shipping, storing, stocking and tracking the KIV-77 or the APX-118?
THIS ARTICLE WILL MAKE YOU THINK AGAIN!
Contrary to what you may believe, controlled cryptographic items (CCI) RT1836(C)/APX-118(V), RT-1912(C)/APX-123(V), KIV-16, and KIV-77 ARE NOT REQUIRED to go through the COMSEC custodian account for reporting or documentation.
Contrary to what you may believe, they ARE NOT REQUIRED to be documented in the communications security material control system (CMCS).
Contrary to what you believe, they ARE REQUIRED to be managed through normal logistics and property book channels as high dollar value items with all the security requirements these items demand.
Controlled cryptographic items must be tracked by serial number through the unit's location DODAAC and reported to the B16 (CECOM LCMC) item manager within 24 hours of a transaction.
TO DETERMINE THE ITEM MANAGER FOR YOUR EQUIPMENT, LOG ON: https://lrc3.monmouth.army.mil/i2log
ONCE AT THIS SITE, CLICK ON NIINS/PNIINS AND ENTER THE NIIN OF THE ITEM. THEN CLICK ON GO.
ON THIS WEB PAGE, LOCATE THE ANAL CD BLOCK. PUT THE MOUSE CURSOR OVER THE FIVE DIGIT ANALYST CODE. THE ITEM MANAGER'S NAME, PHONE NUMBER AND EMAIL ADDRESS WILL SHOW UP.
BE READY TO PROVIDE TO THE ITEM MANAGER THE ...
--item serial number
--date of action
TO SHIP CCI:
FILL OUT AND ATTACH A GREEN TAG DD-1577-2 TO THE ITEM IDENTIFYING THE FAILURE.
FILL OUT A DA-1149 OR DD-1348-2 AND PUT IT IN THE SHIPPING CONTAINER ALONG WITH THE ITEM.
MARK THE SHIPPING CONTAINER WITH "CCI" IN TWO-INCH LETTERS ALONG WITH THE SERIAL NUMBER.
USE A SHIPPING SEAL THAT CANNOT BE REMOVED OR REPLACED WITHOUT IT BEING OBVIOUS.
NOW, SHIP THE ITEM TO ...
W90CGG AMSEL-TY-MX-A-T ATTN: Gene Golembeski, Jr. 11 Hap Arnold Blvd Tobyhanna, PA 18466.
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|Title Annotation:||Controlled Cryptographic Items ...|
|Publication:||PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2009|
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