In addition to those disclosures generally permitted under 5 U. Records are accessed by the program manager and by person s responsible for servicing the record system in the performance of their official duties that are properly screened and cleared for need-to-know. Paper records are stored in secured file cabinets in a locked building with controlled access entry requirements. Access to the building is controlled by Security Access Card. Answer sheets are maintained for 6 months following the completion of promotion cycle for which member was tested, then destroyed by burning or shredding. Electronic systems supplement temporary hard copy records where the hard copy records are retained to meet recordkeeping requirements and destroyed when agency determines the electronic records are superseded, obsolete, or no longer needed for administrative legal, audit, or other operational purposes.
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Cannon Library W. Mission-Essential Information Resources Procurement Air Force libraries purchase mission-essential information resources for organizations throughout the year with library central appropriated funds central APFs. Download an order form template approximately K in Microsoft Word template format.
The squadron commander appoints a library custodian and alternate to be responsible for the materials procured by the library. The custodian or alternate is responsible for conducting an annual inventory of the collection. Download an appointment letter template. Defining Mission-Essential Resources. Mission-essential information resources are defined by AFI , paragraph 4.
Paragraph 4. These organizations have their own established methods for purchasing materials. Tenant activities funded with non-Air Force appropriations. Unauthorized Purchases. Attachment 6 of AFI lists materials that may not be purchased with library central APFs due to their availability through other sources.
Non-mission support recreational publications and materials for dayrooms, lodging, air terminals, VIP aircraft, distinguished visitor lounges, recreation centers, family support centers, youth activity facilities, hospital and clinic waiting rooms, and the like.
Copies of dictionaries, thesauri, and other books available from base supply or publishing distribution offices PDO for office use. Technical publications normally furnished by manufacturers for equipment maintenance and operation AFPD Decisions of the Comptroller General. Materials to support military exercises Refer to AFI Personal purchases for individuals DoDR Visual information products such as videocassettes, films and the like See AFI Computer application software programs for offices, organizations, and agencies supported by AFLIS which are not information products.
Cataloged and non-cataloged sheet and book music Refer to AFI
AFI 36-2605 - Air Force Link
In collaboration with the Chief of Air Force Reserve. This instruction applies to all components of the Air Force. Force Department of the Air Force. Such failures by civilian personnel constitute a violation of Air Force.
Mission-Essential Information Resources Procurement
Virtual CD-ROM/Floppy Disk Library