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b. Unit diary information which requires the transfer of data to the service record is accomplished in a timely manner. During audits, screen the document side of the service record to ensure removal of extraneous papers. 4. Scope a. For Marines on active duty or in the SMCR, conduct the audit in the presence of the individual. This audit will include inspection and the corrective action necessary to ensure accuracy, currency, and completeness of the below-listed items: (1) SRB/OQR (to include RED) (2) BIR/BTR (3) LES (4) Health Records (5) Other local records containing personnel information. 5-3
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5000 IRAM b. In addition, accomplish the following during the screening of service records: (1) Ensure that the SGLI Election Certificate ( SGLV - 8286 ) reflects the current intent of the Marine. (2) Make appropriate disposition of extraneous or misfiled documents. (3) Verify completion of all required entries and actions, such as assignments of conduct and duty proficiency markings, etc. (4) Ensure that a RED is on file in the service record. 5. Occasions for Audit. The following audit occasions are established as the minimum occasions for auditing service records of all Marines: a. Join Process Audit . Whenever joined chargeable by a RU or attached DUINS in excess of 20 weeks to include return from FAP, TAD, reserve personnel returning from a period of active duty in excess of 30 days, and deployments in excess of 30 days. b. Triennial A udit . At least once every three years from the date of the last join process audit or triennial audit. To reduce the number of times a Marine is required to physically visit the administrative section, Marines or administrative personnel will now be able to declare any visit for routine service as their triennial audit. c. Deployment Readiness Audit . No earlier than 30 days (60 days for reserve component Marines) prior to a deployment which is anticipated to exceed 30 days in duration. d. Whenever the commander considers that an additional audit is necessary. 6. Audit Waivers. Commanders are authorized to waive the audit requirements for Marines under the circumstances listed below. Requests for specific waivers to audit requirements which are Not described below shall be forwarded to the CMC (MI) for consideration. a. Undergoing recruit training and officer candidate Training to include MCT. 5-4
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IRAM 5000 b. Serving in a combat area if in the opinion of the CG such an audit would interfere with combat efficiency. c. The CG MCRSC may waive the requirement to complete the Join process audits and triennial audits for IRR Marines whose Records are maintained at the MCRSC. Further, the CG MCRSC may modify the remaining procedures contained in Chapter 9 of the MCTFSPRIM to meet the unique audit requirements of the IRR and standby reserve. The authority to waive the join process audit and triennial audit requirements does not apply to IMA and MTU personnel which will continue to be audited/certified.
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