USMC DC I&L, Internal Controls & Audit Readiness

USMC DC I&L, Internal Controls & Audit Readiness The official Facebook home of U.S. Marine Corps internal controls and audit readiness.

Operating as usual

04/28/2016

Trivia Thursday: Do you know the answer to the trivia question in today's Internal Controls and Audit Readiness Scoop? In case you missed it in the email newsletter, today's question is below. Post your response!

This month in 1959, a Marine was chosen to be one of the original seven Project Mercury astronauts selected for space training. Three years later, he went on to become the first American to orbit the Earth. What was his name?

04/14/2016

Trivia Thursday: Do you know the answer to the trivia question in today's Internal Controls and Audit Readiness Scoop? In case you missed it in the email newsletter, today's question is below. Post your response!

Why are Marines sometimes nicknamed Leathernecks?

03/31/2016

Trivia Thursday: Do you know the answer to the trivia question in today's Internal Controls and Audit Readiness Scoop? In case you missed it in the email newsletter, today's question is below. Post your response!

On this date in 1801, the second Commandant of the Marine Corps, LtCol William W. Burrows, set off on horseback with a friend to determine a place for the Marine Corps Barracks. He and his companion chose a square in Southeast Washington, at 8th and I, where it remains today. Can you name the man who assisted in making the selection?

03/17/2016

Trivia Thursday: Do you know the answer to the trivia question in today's Internal Controls and Audit Readiness Scoop? In case you missed it in the email newsletter, today's question is below. Post your response!

What was the name of the Marine who, on this day in 1967, was the first female Marine to report to Vietnam for duty, assigned to the Military Assistance Command Vietnam (MACV)?

09/28/2015

“I don't know what the hell this 'logistics' is that Marshall is always talking about, but I want some of it." - Admiral E. J. King

...in 2012, the program began to reconfigure and modernize the facility to support a modern Marine Air Ground Task Force...
09/25/2015
Inside the US Marine Corps Prepositioning Program-Norway

...in 2012, the program began to reconfigure and modernize the facility to support a modern Marine Air Ground Task Force. "We're now at the tail-end of that effort," Finch said. "It'll be completed in 2016."

Deep within a Norwegian hillside, thousands of US Marine Corps combat veterans await their next assignment.

Post-Afghanistan missions will likely be dispersed and unpredictable, creating unique challenges for leaders who develop...
09/25/2015
Marines on the hunt for gear to combat tomorrow's threat

Post-Afghanistan missions will likely be dispersed and unpredictable, creating unique challenges for leaders who develop the gear Marines need to defeat the enemy. Framing those efforts is Expeditionary Force 21, the Corps' 10-year road map that predicts Marines will be conducting crisis response missions that could leave small teams of Marines deployed independently for weeks at a time, said Lt. Gen. Robert Walsh.

Small squads of Marines operating independently over great distances will need better command and control and a whole host of new gear.

Answer to Today’s Trivia: Major Richard S. Collum has the distinction of being the shortest serving Quartermaster of the...
09/24/2015

Answer to Today’s Trivia: Major Richard S. Collum has the distinction of being the shortest serving Quartermaster of the Marine Corps. He took office on June 21, 1897, and retired 5 days later. He’s pictured here standing on the far right of this photo while a 1st Lieutenant.

09/24/2015

Trivia Thursday: Who is the shortest serving Quartermaster of the Marine Corps?

09/23/2015

The DD Form 577 and NAVMC 11869 are key supporting documents for logistics audit readiness per MCO 4400.150 "Consumer Level Supply Policy" and CMC message DTG 152105Z SEP 15 "Clarification of DD Form 577 and NAVMC 11869 Requirements." A DD Form 577 must accompany appointment letters for: Supply Officers (SupOs), Accountable Property Officers, Supply Resource Managers, Personal Property Managers, GCPC Approving Officials, GCPC Cardholders, and Fund Holders.

Likewise, a NAVMC 11869 must be used to delegate authority to specific individuals who: sign and receipt for government property and services; turn in excess or damaged government property; or submit purchase requests for supplies or services. For additional details, please refer to the NAVMC 4000.5A, MCO 4400.150, and the CMC message.

09/23/2015

For more fresh info on supply and internal controls, follow us on Twitter: USMC [email protected]

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII, Hawaii - Sgt. Joshua Flores, the training noncommissioned officer of Combat Logistics Battalio...
09/22/2015

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII, Hawaii - Sgt. Joshua Flores, the training noncommissioned officer of Combat Logistics Battalion 3, crawls his way through the crashing surf at Fort Hase beach aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii during a training scenario in a Sergeants Course last month.

09/22/2015

Avoid Unmatched MILSTRIP Disbursements (UMDs)! Supply Officers and supply activities can avoid UMDs by initiating requisitions with valid supporting commitment and obligation documentation, and then immediately processing the transactions within SABRS.

09/21/2015
gcssmc-oam.csd.disa.mil

There are both online and instructor-led GCSS-MC classes available that are tailored specifically for Supply Marines. Courses are offered for various knowledge levels and include: Using Unit Supply Procedures (Inv 101), Intermediate Supply Procedures (Inv 201), Item Master Data Management (Apps 161), and SecRep Management (Inv 202). For more information, visit: https://gcssmc.csd.disa.mil/gcssmc_portal/training.html. (CAC required.)

09/21/2015

“Leaders win through logistics. Vision, sure. Strategy, yes. But when you go to war, you need to have both toilet paper and bullets at the right place at the right time. In other words, you must win through superior logistics.” - Tom Peters

09/18/2015

We’re also Twitter. Check us out: USMC EGEM @auditreadiness

09/17/2015

From today’s Scoop Trivia: What year did the U.S. Marine Corps begin flying a version of the AH1 HueyCobra helicopter? Which variant was it? Post your response here.

Throwback Thursday. M18 Hellcat Tank.
09/17/2015

Throwback Thursday. M18 Hellcat Tank.

Are you accounting for your small arms/light weapons properly?
09/17/2015

Are you accounting for your small arms/light weapons properly?

09/16/2015
www.marines.mil

Do you manage Operating Materials & Supplies or Government Furnished Material? MCBul 4440 establishes clear roles and responsibilities, policies, and procedures for these items to improve accountability, visibility, and reporting. It is especially relevant for all Marine Corps commands and activities that are authorized to maintain OM&S or contractor-managed GFM. The MCBul is available in full here: www.marines.mil/Portals/59/MCBUL_4440.pdf.

09/15/2015

During physical inventory counts, each USMC activity must support and verify key data fields in its APSR (e.g, GCSS-MC) to make sure all information required for financial statement and management reporting is recorded and accurate. Some items which reviews should include are: serial numbers, NSNs, quantity, nomenclature, location and current condition codes.

Highlights some great Marines.
09/15/2015
HMHT-302, CLB-6 Perform Dual Training in External Lifts

Highlights some great Marines.

Marines with Marine Heavy Helicopter Training Squadron 302 and Combat Logistics Battalion 6, participate in a dual-point, external lift training exercise aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., Aug. 06, 2015. Two student pilots flew under the direction of Maj. Matt Weaver, a CH-53E Super Stallion instructor pilo…

09/14/2015

“Logistics must be simple – everyone thinks they’re an expert.” –Anonymous

Our supply friends at CLB 1 in Twentynine Palms.
09/10/2015
Marines.mil - Photos

Our supply friends at CLB 1 in Twentynine Palms.

Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 1, Ammunition Detachment, and 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, load a 7-ton Medium Tactical Vehicle with ammunition during an Integrated Training Exercise at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine...

Throwback Thursday:  January 1943. U.S. Marine raiders dash at full speed along narrow poles as part of their training a...
09/04/2015

Throwback Thursday: January 1943. U.S. Marine raiders dash at full speed along narrow poles as part of their training at Camp Pendleton, CA.

Timeline Photos
09/04/2015

Timeline Photos

09/03/2015

Today’s Trivia: Which Marine Corps Commandant persuaded President Andrew Jackson not to make the Marine Corps part of the Army?

09/02/2015
www.marines.mil

MCO 8015.3A, Marine Corps Class V (W) Physical Inventory Control Program (PICP) provides inventory accountability guidance, policy development, compliance oversight and trend analysis. It includes requirements for physical inventory processes, attribute identification, and records accuracy and management for Class V (W) items. Review it here: http://tinyurl.com/ndq6nf7.

Photos of our Marines at SAIPAN, Northern Mariana Island doing more good as part of a typhoon relief mission. Their work...
09/01/2015

Photos of our Marines at SAIPAN, Northern Mariana Island doing more good as part of a typhoon relief mission. Their work includes producing and distributing potable water.

Address

Washington D.C., DC

General information

Welcome, this is the official U.S. Marine Corps page for DC I&L, EGEM, Internal Controls and Audit Readiness Team (ICART) where you will find recent information and news about internal controls and audit readiness. It is our goal to provide Supply Marines and the public with information and news about our efforts and allow for an open forum of discussion about internal controls and audit readiness topics. If you are looking for our official web page please visit: http://www.marines.mil Please feel free to express your opinion about the Marine Corps in an objective and respectful way that allows for a continued information relationship. While this is an open forum, it's also intended to maintain respect for those who participate (i.e. family-friendly). Please keep your comments clean. Participants are asked to follow our posting guidelines below. Violation of the guidelines below may result in your post being removed. Posting Guidelines: We do not under any circumstance allow graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments or submissions nor do we allow comments that are abusive, hateful or intended to defame anyone or any organization. We do not allow solicitations or advertisements. This includes promotion or endorsement of any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. Similarly, we do not allow attempts to defame or defraud any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. We do not allow comments that suggest or encourage illegal activity. You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information provided. Lastly, the appearance of external links on this site does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of the U.S. Marine Corps or Department of Defense.

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when USMC DC I&L, Internal Controls & Audit Readiness posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Nearby government services


Other Government Organizations in Washington D.C.

Show All