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Dhas are processed via milstrip or more typically dla

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DHAs are processed via MILSTRIP or more typically DLA FedMall to record demand for a DLA managed consumable that was not recorded in the traditional sense (requisition). Repairing a consumable out of necessity (lack of Material Availability) or obtaining from RILOP/SARDIP are typical examples. The demand signal created by performing the DHA process will roll into the existing demand signal for the NSN, or create a demand signal for NSNs with “no demand”. DHAs can (and should) be processed by any requisitioning activity where the true demand signal for an item may be masked from DLA (with the below exception). FRCs operating under IMSP (FRC-E) are not permitted to process DHAs for items in the Gross Demand Plan (GDP) forecast as the GDP signal is the only demand signal accepted by DLA. An Alternate process is in place within FRC-E that substitutes the traditional DHA by influencing the Replacement Factor (RF) on the RBOM, which in turn will influence the GDP signal. The ADHA process is typically performed by the cognizant Production Controller IAW 6.3.2.2 Quality System Procedure (QSP) 1006. Logisticians should be aware of the value of both the DHA and ADHA processes and their impact to providing an accurate demand signal to DLA.
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