Performance Based Logistics or Contractor Logistics SupportConsumable items that are unique to a weapon system which have been included in a Performance Based Logistics (PBL) or Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) contract. (PICA LOA must be 06 or 23).
Major End Items of EquipmentItems of such importance to the operations readiness of operating units that they are subject to continuing centralized individual item management and asset control throughout all command and support echelons.
Depot Level ReparablesCentrally managed recoverable items designated as reparable for the reasons that repair of unserviceable quantities of the items are considered by the inventory manager in satisfying requirements prior to or in conjunction with determining procurement quantities.
Single AgencyItems assigned to a single agency other than the commodity oriented integrated manager for integrated management or control. (These include items controlled by the Energy Research and Development Administration or National Security Agency, or items assigned to the Army Tank-Automotive Command (TACOM) for integrated management.)
Design UnstableItems determined by technical decision during the provisioning cycle, during introduction into logistic systems, or at time of item management coding, to be highly subject to either: (A) Design change of the item itself, or (B) Replacement of the item itself through modification of the applicable next-higher assembly. These items will be reviewed for recording when an Item Manager (IM) is notified that the item is used by another service/agency, when the design becomes stabilized, or when the item has been in operational use for two years. In all cases these shall be reviewed by Item Manager for IMC change no longer than two years after the IMC assignment.
Fabricated or Reclaimed ItemsItems fabricated at a military industrial activity for local use for direct issue. This category includes those items designated for local fabrication at Service industrial activities for local use or direct issue to customers including the Security Assistance Program (SAP).
Modification/Alteration/Conversion Sets or Kits Intended for One-Time UseThis category covers situations in which such modification, alteration, or conversion sets or kits are procured for one-time use, and replenishment or replacement is not contemplated. This category applies even when procurement occurs on a phased basis. Specifically, it retains under the management of the Service/Agency those sets or kits which requirements are properly determined on a program basis, such as the number of equipment to be modified.
Nuclear Propulsion ItemsItems, which are used in nuclear power plants or associated systems and which require stringent technical or quality control.
Special WaiversConsumable items which have been approved by DUSD as Special Waivers to consolidation of IMM. (PICA LOA must be 06, 23 or 99)
Set to TransferInterim IMC used to indicate consumable item has been reviewed and will be transferred to DLA for IMM management.
Non-procuredStandalone consumable items which are not procured and will not be transferred to DLA for management. (PICA AAC must be V, X, or Y, PICA LOA must be 06 or 23, ISC may not be 1, 3, B, or E, and there must be no I&S phrase codes.)
Terminal FamilyApplies to items currently managed by the Military Departments and is not applicable to items managed by DLA and/or GSA. Permits the Military Departments to retain management of items of supply where the entire I&S family, to include the head and all members, is coded to one of the following AACs: V - Terminal item or Y - Terminal Item (Stock exhausted). Items in this category will be removed from the DoD inventory either through attrition or disposal and will not be procured in the future. This criterion does not apply to families where the head of the family coded for future procurements.
Integrated ManagementRelinquishment of Service management of an item in designated commodity- oriented Federal Supply Classes to the IMM (FSC manager) for management.