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Unformatted text preview: ts to its net realizable value or any loss (or gain) upon disposal shall also be recognized as a loss (or gain). IT Audit Manual Volume III 64 IT Audit Manual No 44. Item Does the system record the value and quantity of items shipped from the inventory organization to another organization for which accountability has been retained by the inventory organization until receipt by the recipient? 45. Does the system record the value and quantity of items identified as in transit being moved from one inventory storage location to another? 46. Does the system provide the following types of management information? o o o o o o o C. KD Reference Unfulfilled orders? Discrepancies? Acceptance and rejection summary? Days supply? Inactive stock? Item expiration/shelf life? Cycle count? Inventory System Requirements (Inventory undergoing repair or in production function) 47. Does the system record the transfer of an inventory item from its current status to the status of "in repair?" Does it provide information to the core financial system to record the change in financial category? 48. Does the system establish an allowance for repairs consistent with the estimated annual cost of repairs if using the allowance method? 49. Does the system identify the costs of repair activities? 50. Does the system record the transfer of an inventory item from the status of "in repair" to its proper status and location? Provide information to the core financial system to record the change in financial category? 51. Does the system transfer items unserviceable to the disposal process? 52. Does the system support the establishment (including technical specifications and accounting classification needed by the inventory system) of orders to be placed with a contractor or other government entity to perform production work on items needed? 53. Does the system project the production elements necessary to complete the production cycle? These production elements must reflect bills of material, manufacturing re...
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