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Department of the Navy Managers Internal Control Manual Published By The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY. SECNAV M5200. 35 JUNE 2008 COVER PAGE This page is intentionally blank.

1. Standard subject identification code (ssic) manual, december 2005 regarding standard subject identification codes (ssic) of the secretary and navy usmc construction of standard subject identification code.

The Official United States Marine Corps Public Website. Search Marine MCO 1754. 10 SSIC Military Personnel WILL AND WARLORDS COUNTERINSURGENCY IN AFGHANISTAN AND PAKISTAN. SSICFILE DATE FROM (Grade, Name, SSN, MOS, or CO, ORGANIZATION 7. TO: 8. NATURE OF ACTIONSUBJECT 10. REFERENCE OR AUTHORITY (if applicable) 11.

ENCLOSURES (if any) 9. COPY TO (As required) 12. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION (Reduce to minimum wording type name of orginator and sign 3 lines below text) 13. This manual delineates the process for segregating and filing Navy and Marine Corps records and provides the standard system of numbers and letter symbols used throughout the Department of the Navy (DON) to categorize and classify Navy and Marine Corps records.

An SSIC is required on all DON records, including, but not limited to, letters, messages, directives, forms and reports. Only approved SSICs will be assigned; however, expansion of the system for filing purposes is authorized following the procedures contained in Chapter 3 of this manual. A standard subject identification code (SSIC) is required on all Department of the Navy records including, but not limited to, letters, messages, directives, forms and reports.

secnav m5210. 1 (revision1), department of the navy records management program records management manual (part ii, and iii What are the basis for the establishmen What is the liaison for appraisal of Na HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS 3000 MARINE CORPS PENTAGON WASHINGTON, DC (October 2011), all ASDs throughout the Marine Corps will be using CPI tools this Manual will A standard subject identification code (SSIC) is required on all Department of the Navy records including, but not limited to, letters, messages, directives, forms and reports.

This manual delineates the process for segregating and filing Navy and Marine Corps records and provides the standard system of numbers and letter symbols used throughout the Department of the Navy (DON) to categorize and classify Navy and Marine Corps records.

A standard subject identification code (SSIC) is required on all SECNAV M5216. 5 March 2010 i FOREWORD This manual is issued to prescribe uniform standards for the management and preparation of correspondence and is applicable to all commands and activities of the Department of the Navy.