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Product Data Reporting and Evaluation Program

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Contract Award and Delivery Data Application (CAD)

The Contract Award and Delivery Data (CAD) program is primarily used to provide a means of reporting delivery information on Navy procured material. This application provides the capability to either manually enter or batch upload CAD data and to search supplier CAD data.
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Corrective Action Request (CAR)

Corrective Action Requests (CARs) are issued to the contractor to identify and correct all instances of noncompliance with established methods for processing product, controlling quality systems or violation of contract/purchase order requirements. Prior to issuing a CAR the QAR must ensure that the contractor’s Quality Assurance Manager or designated alternate is aware of the issue and is agreeable to taking corrective action to ensure that product quality and integrity is not compromised.
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Customer Service Request (CSR)

The Customer Service Request (CSR) Function allows users to give suggestions, or comments, either positive or negative, for different aspects of the PDREP application. This function also allows the user to identify technical issues or potential enhancements to the PDREP team for action.
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Engineering Referral System (ERS)

The Product Data Reporting and Evaluation Program’s (PDREP) Engineering Referral System (ERS) is designed to work in concert with existing DoD and Navy policies and processes. The ER System enhances the communication between the nuclear materials community at each of the four Naval Shipyards, NAVSUP-WSS, and engineers at the appropriate Central Design Agency.
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Material Inspection Record (MIR)

Material Inspection Record (MIR) is used to document the results of technical receipt inspections performed upon receipt at destination or at a manufacturer’s plant. Technical inspections are the performance of any test or inspection other than the validation check for correct count. Material Inspection Records provide an aid in determining a Supplier/Contractor’s quality process compliance and provides a true record of the actual inspection performed.
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Navy Bulletins

Naval Bulletins are used to alert Navy activities of significant quality problems. The intent of the program is to implement the Secretary of Defense policy to maximize the sharing of unclassified information within the Department of Defense community and provide selective dissemination to the industrial community.
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Product Quality Deficiency Reporting (PQDR)

The purpose of preparing product quality deficiency reports is to determine the cause of discrepancies, effect corrective action and prevent recurrences. These reports provide support for adjustment of property and financial inventory accounting records.
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Quality Assurance Letter of Instruction (QALIs) and Letters of Delegation (LODs)

Quality Assurance Letter of Instruction (QALIs) and Letters of Delegation (LODs) are issued by Naval Special Emphasis Program customers, NAVICP, NNPP Prime Contractors, Government and Private Shipyards, SUPSHIP, Naval Fleet Operations, etc. These documents provide detailed instructions to the QAR to perform specific tasks and oversight requirements to assure product quality and consistent process performance on the part of the contractor.
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Receipt Inspection Management System (RIMS)

The Product Data Reporting and Evaluation Program's (PDREP) Receipt Inspection Management System (RIMS) application is designed to work in concert with existing DoD and Navy policies and processes. The RIMS application is used to facilitate, document, and analyze the technical receipt inspection of material.
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Special Quality Data (SQD)

Although the data collection in PDREP-AIS is extensive, there are situations when there is data that does not fit into the normal quality elements. The Special Quality Data provides a method of collecting this type of data.
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Supply Action Module (SAM)

Supply Action Module (SAM) is designed to work in concert with existing DoD and Navy policies and processes. The SAM is used to facilitate, document, and analyze various documents associated with technical receipt inspection of material with the primary user group being Naval Shipyard Nuclear Receipt Inspection & Nuclear Supply codes.
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Supplier Audit Program (SAP)

The Supplier Audit Program (SAP) was designed to ensure consistent oversight of the supplier base that provides critical material to the Navy’s shipbuilding, ship repair, and fleet activities. It also provides a cost-effective method of sharing supplier audit information between all participants in the program. The ultimate goal of the SAP is to improve supply chain efficiency. Read More  

Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR)

Supply Discrepancy Reports (SDR) aid in determining the cause of discrepancies, effect corrective actions and aid in prevention of recurrences. In addition to providing support for adjustment of property and financial inventory accounting records, SDRs provide visibility of preservation, packing, marking, unit discrepancies requiring corrective actions and disposition instructions. The ultimate goal of the SDR is to improve supply chain efficiency.
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Surveillance Plan (SP)

Surveillance Plans are prepared to identify the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) Quality Assurance Representative’s (QAR) overall plan to evaluate quality system and product related processes within a Supplier’s facility.
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Survey Application

The survey program is primarily used to provide supplier information to Government procurement and quality assurance personnel. Visits are made to supplier sites for observations, discussions, and inspections which are recorded and documented as Supplier Surveys.
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Test Reports

Method for collecting First Article Test, Production Lot Testing, and Periodic Sampling Test data for analytical purposes, both positive and negative. Serve as an aid in determining a supplier’s performance and/or responsiveness.
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Virtual Shelf

The Virtual Shelf Module is a commonality tool that assists shipyards (both private and government) in locating common parts used across hull classes and within the fleet. Virtual Shelf allows users to search for parts by category and specification. Allowing the user to see and compare existing components for use in their designs.
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