Quality Surveillance Program for Fuels.
INSPECTOR GENERAL DEPT OF DEFENSE ARLINGTON VA
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This report is provided for information and use. The Defense Fuel Supply Center DFSC quality surveillance program for fuels begins after the quality assurance over the procurement of fuels is completed and continues until the fuel is provided to the end user aircraft, generator, ship, tank, vehicle, etc.. The Defense Contract Management Command performs the procurement quality assurance function for DFSC to ensure that the fuel supplied by contractors to the Government conforms to DFSC contract requirements. The responsibility of the procurement quality assurance function is completed when a Government representative accepts fuel. The DFSC quality surveillance program begins after the fuel is accepted. The DFSC and the Military Departments manage the DFSC quality surveillance program for fuels to ensure that the fuel the Government accepts is maintained suitable for its intended use. They manage the program for as long as the fuel is in their custody at storage facilities, or until it is used.
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