DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND
PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII 96860-7300
1 MAR 1989
PACNAVFACENGCOM INSTRUCTION 11010.12A
Commander, Pacific Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command
COLLATERAL EQUIPMENT (CEQ) INITIAL OUTFITTING PROGRAM FOR GO- OF
JAPAN (GOJ) CONSTRUCTED FACILITIES
R e f : ( a ) NAVFAC Design Manual 14.01 (Apr 86)
(b) NAVCOMPT Manual Vol VII
E n c l : ( 1 ) Budget List Sample
(2) Facilities Improvement Program Classified Responsibility of GOJ/USG
for Funding/Installation of Equipment, Etc.
(3) Buy Package Sample
1. Purpose. To provide guidance and procedure6 for the budgeting,
purchasing, and installation of collateral equipment under the initial
outfitting program for GOJ constructed facilities including relocation
projects and the FIP.
3 . Definition
a. Collateral Equipment for initial outfitting - the first provisioning
of equipment and furnishings based on requirement6 generated by new
construction, expansion or conversion of a facility. This equipment is not
installed or built-in but is loose, portable or mobile. The equipment
include6 both expense (O&MN) and investment (OPN) items.
b. Activity or Benefitting Activity - the entity that will hold plant
account or occupy the completed facility. This activity is responsible
obtaining collateral equipment for initial o u t f i t t i n g .
a. Budgeting for collateral equipment On GOJ constructed facilities is
initiated by the benefitting activity who prepare6 a budget list for each
facility and forwards the budget to PACNAVFACENGGOM. Each list is validated
by PACNAVFACENGCOM and forwarded to COMNAVFACENGCOM who program6 for and
issue the funds.
b. While fund6 are being obtained through the programming cycle and the
facility project is being developed between the U.S. and GOJ, a buy list is
prepared by the activity which describes each item shown on the budget list in
sufficient detail for procurement. Some activities use Architect Engineering
firms or station forces to prepare an integrated design for the facility
showing color schemes, signage, revised interior building layout, furniture