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LONG-FORM KEY TO ACCEPTANCE OR REJECTION OF
PRESSURE-PRESERVATIVE TREATED
WOOD PRODUCTS
PART I
Step 1. Sources of Treated Wood Products.
a. DLA Contract. The naval installation supply office orders products
through the Defense Construction Supply Center (DCSC) in Columbus,
Ohio. At DCSC, orders are reviewed for technical accuracy then placed
with a contractor supplier/producer. The Defense Contracts Administra-
tion Service Regional Office (DCASR) then arranges for the inspection
and acceptance (Quality Assurance) of these products prior to delivery.
Products supplied through this system will be identified by DLA Marks
printed or attached to each item or several items of a bundle. DLA
Marks may be a DLA number such as DLA-720-87-C-4568 or DLA-720-
87-M-4569 or a NSN number such as NSN-5510-00-263--923. The com-
bination of numbers and letters that make up a DLA number indicates
the following about the product:
720
Designation for Wood Products
87
Year of Treatment
C
Contract Value Over $25,000
Or
M
Contract Value Less Than $25,000
4568
4-Digit Contract
In a NSN number, all of the numbers refer to the product's identity as in-
dicated in the most recent issue of the DLA Manual LMP-04, Lumber,
Millwork, and Plywood. A copy of the DLA Manual LMP-04 should be
available at the installation supply office or it may be obtained from the
Defense Logistics Service DLSC-WP, Battle Creek, MI 49017-3084.
Telephone: DSN 932-4880, or commercial (616) 961-4880. The Manual
contains valuable information concerning the identity of products and
provides points of contact concerning any aspect of the procurement pro-
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