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Defense Transportation Regulation – Part IICargo Movement4 March 2016APPENDIX NTRANSPORTATION CONTROL AND MOVEMENT DOCUMENT (TCMD)/SHIPPINGINSTRUCTIONS (SI) EFFECTIVENESS REPORTING SYSTEMA. PURPOSEThis appendix describes the TCMD/SI effectiveness reporting system. The uses, formats, and generaldescription of the TCMD/SI are contained in Chapter 203, Paragraph B.20. Appendix M details theactual procedures for preparing a DD Form 1384, Transportation Control and Movement Document,Figure N-3. The reporting system outlined in this appendix is designed to provide the shippers (andtheir Service or Agency Headquarters [HQ]) with the feedback necessary to ensure TCMD/SIs aresubmitted correctly and on time. The reporting system also provides a means to highlight problemswithin the clearance process.B. RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE SURFACE REPORTING PROGRAM1. Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) Operations:a. Prepares the reports detailing TCMD/SI discrepancies. The report will measure TCMDaccuracy, TCMD completeness, and TCMD timeliness.b. Distributes the reports to the shippers and the shipping Service and Agency HQ DefenseTransportation Regulation (DTR) focal points.c. Reviews and analyzes the reports to determine possible trends or patterns of discrepancies.d. Initiates specific communication with shippers to assist in identifying discrepancy causes andcorrective actions. This assistance is directed first to the shippers with low effectiveness rates(below a 95 percent threshold) or a significant number of repetitive discrepancies in any errorcategory.e. Takes action to correct any report preparation errors.f.Selects and recognizes outstanding shippers for consistently exceeding the TCMD/SIstandards.g. Sets objective for accuracy and timeliness of 100 percent with a threshold of 95 percent.2. The shipping activities:a. Reviews and analyzes the report received from SDDC Operations to identify the cause ofTCMD/SI deficiencies and take corrective actions.b. Notifies SDDC Operations when the analysis reveals the reports erroneously attribute asignificant number of errors to the shipper. This notification is essential for SDDCOperations to determine and correct the actual cause of documentation deficiencies.c. Reports to their respective Service or Agency HQ any circumstances which are beyond thecontrol of the shipper and which preclude timely submission of accurate TCMDs/SIs.d. Strives for 100 percent objective, but acceptable threshold is at 95 percent for both timelinessand accuracy.3. The Service and Agency HQ:a. Reviews the monthly summary reports received from SDDC Operations and initiates actionwith shipping activities that demonstrate poor performance on a continuing basisII-N-1

Defense Transportation Regulation – Part IICargo Movement4 March 2016b. Notifies the Department of Defense (DoD) DTR il) when operating conditions or other circumstancesbeyond Service or Agency HQ control preclude specific shipping activities from meetingDTR standards for TCMD/SI submission.4. The DoD DTR administrator ([email protected]):a. Takes necessary action with the Service and Agency HQ to correct system deficiencies andconducts on-site research into repetitive problemsb. Ensures distribution of monthly summary reports to Service and Agency HQ (DTR focalpoints) and major shippers via SDDC Operations.C. SURFACE REPORTS GENERATED BY THE TCMD/SI EFFECTIVENESS REPORTINGSYSTEM1. The monthly SDDC Operations shipper effectiveness summary report consists of a statisticalsummary for each shipping activity that has 10 or more shipments received at a Seaport ofEmbarkation (SPOE) during the report month. It is prepared and forwarded via electronic mailby SDDC Operations to selected shippers.a. The report includes a calculated summary of the timeliness of TCMD/SI submission as wellas the accuracy of those TCMDs/SIs actually submitted. Also included is a numericalsummary of the errors noted on the TCMDs/SIs, with separate columns for BreakbulkTCMDs/SIs, Container TCMDs/SIs, and a composite of all TCMDs/SIs.b. The error codes are identified on this report by both error code and a brief description. Theerror codes are explained in greater detail in Table N-1.c. Reports to activities meeting or exceeding the standard of 95 percent timeliness and accuracywill contain a statement recognizing their good performance.d. Figure N-1 is an example of the report. Figure N-2 is an example of the report that may besent to shippers meeting or exceeding the standards.2. Shippers can pull DoD Activity Address Code (DoDAAC) reports directly from the Global AirTransportation Execution System (GATES) and can discuss the reports with SDDC duringSDDC’s monthly or quarterly SDDC Shipper Compliance Working Group meetings.D. CONUS AIR REPORTS AND REPORTING PROCEDURES1. HQ Air Mobility Command (AMC), Cargo and Traffic Management Policy Branch (A4TC):a. Prepares a monthly summary of non-advanced ATCMDs, generally referred to as the No-HitReport.b. Provides the report to the Service HQs and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).2. Service HQs and DLA:a. Reviews the monthly ATCMD summary and detail data elements received from HQAMC/A4TC.b. Coordinates or initiates corrective actions with shipping activities under their control thatdemonstrate poor performance.E. DATA DESCRIPTION FOR THE AIR MOVEMENT NO-HIT REPORT1. The No-Hit Report contains raw data (PowerPoint and Excel formats) summarizing the Serviceand DLA shipments that were received at the Aerial Port of Embarkation without an ATCMD.II-N-2

Defense Transportation Regulation – Part IICargo Movement4 March 2016Information includes the aerial port of occurrence, hits/no-hits by consignor, total shipments andpercentages.2. The No-Hit Report is posted each month on the HQ AMC/A4TC web page. The web link isavailable at html.II-N-3

Defense Transportation Regulation – Part IICargo Movement4 March 2016EXAMPLE OF MONTHLY SDDC SHIPPER EFFECTIVENESS REPORTMILITARY SURFACE DEPLOYMENT AND DISTRIBUTION COMMAND OPERATIONS1 Soldier Way, Scott AFB, IL 62225TCMD/SI EFFECTIVENESS REPORTING SYSTEMTCMDs/SIsSubmitted to Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command OperationsAugust 2008W62P4EMR. JOHN DOE, TRANSPORTATION OFFICER834TH TRANSPORTATION BATTALION1807 PEARL STREETBldg. IA-18CCONCORD, CA 94520-5014Your activity made the following errors on Advance Transportation Control and MovementDocuments/Shipping Instructions (ATCMDs/SIs) during the above stated reporting month. Recommendyou take necessary action to prevent documentation errors. TCMD/SI errors reduce the effectiveness ofin-transit visibility, result in shipments not reaching their destination, and cause a financial loss to theDepartment of Defense. Acceptable standard is at or above 95 percent for both timeliness and accuracy.It costs SDDC 30.00 to prepare a TCMD/SI when the ATCMD/SI is not received from the consignor.This month, 10 missing ATCMDs/SIs from your activity resulted in SDDC having to prepare TCMDs/SIswith contract labor, at a cost of 300.00.TIMELINESS OF MANDATORY ATCMD/SI DATASHIPPERFURNISHED *ATCMDs/SIs1013CODE010306**0813141516171819SDDC RACY OF ALL SHIPPER ATCMD/SISSHIPPER FURNISHEDPERCENT ON SIs1213BREAK BULKMISSING TCMD/SIINVALID 5 TRLRINVALID 8 TRLRINVALID TACINCOMPATIBLE STOP OFFSINCOMPATIBLE COMMODITY CODEINCOMPATIBLE CONSIGNEE DoDAACINCOMPATIBLE VAN SIZEINCOMPATIBLE CONTRACT TERMSINCOMPATIBLE PORT CODETCMD/SI W/O IN THE CLEAR DESCRIPTION33415PERCENT OFACCURATEATCMDs/SIs44CONTAINERTOTAL d explanation of error codes can be found in Table N-1.Inquiries concerning this report or above data may be addressed to the SDDC Operations Shipper Compliance Organizationale-mail address at [email protected]*This total is for Container and Breakbulk prime records only.**This total is a composite of Container primes, Container Content primes and Breakbulk prime records.Figure N-1. Example of Monthly SDDC Shipper Effectiveness ReportII-N-4

Defense Transportation Regulation – Part IICargo Movement4 March 2016EXAMPLE OF THE MONTHLY SDDC SHIPPER EFFECTIVENESS SUMMARYSENT TO SHIPPERS MEETING OR EXCEEDING THE STANDARDSMILITARY SURFACE DEPLOYMENT AND DISTRIBUTION COMMAND OPERATIONS1 Soldier Way, Scott AFB, IL 62225TCMD/SI EFFECTIVENESS REPORTING SYSTEMTCMDs/SIsSubmitted to Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command OperationsAugust 2008W62P4EMR. JOHN DOE, TRANSPORTATION OFFICER834TH TRANSPORTATION BATTALION1807 PEARL STREETBldg. IA-18CCONCORD, CA 94520-5014Request you review the following report of types of errors made by your activity and take the necessarysteps to eliminate documentation errors. TCMD/SI errors reduce the effectiveness of in-transit visibility,result in shipments not reaching their destination, and cause a financial loss to the Department of Defense.TIMELINESS OF MANDATORY ATCMD/SI DATASHIPPERFURNISHED RTCMD/SIs1023ACCURACY OF ALL SHIPPER ATCMD/SISSHIPPER FURNISHEDPERCENT ON TIME99SHIPPER**ATCMD/SIs1112ATCMD/SIsWITHERRORS 12PERCENT OFACCURATEATCMD/SIs99CONGRATULATIONS,YOUR ACTIVITY’S PERFORMANCEFOR THIS MONTH HAS MET OR EXCEEDED THE STANDARD OFNINETY-FIVE PERCENT TIMELINESS ANDACCURACYCODEERROR***02INVALID TCNINVALID TAC**08BREAK BULKCONTAINER5COMPOSITE22510Detailed explanation of error codes can be found in Table N-1.Inquiries concerning this report or above data may be addressed to the SDDC Operations Shipper Compliance Organizationale-mail address at [email protected]*This total is for Container and Breakbulk prime records only.**This total is a composite of Container primes, Container Content primes and Breakbulk prime records.Figure N-2. Example of the Monthly SDDC Shipper Effectiveness Summary Sent toShippers Meeting or Exceeding the StandardsII-N-5

Defense Transportation Regulation – Part IICargo Movement4 March 2016Figure N-3. DD Form 1384, Transportation Control and Movement DocumentII-N-6

Defense Transportation Regulation – Part IICargo Movement4 March 2016Table N-1. Error Codes for TCMD/SI Effectiveness ReportsCodeAbbreviationExplanationShipper prepared TCMD/SI not in the SDDC database 48 hours for dry or 24hours for reefer shipments prior to the scheduled vessel sail date.TCMD/SI submitted with Transportation Control Number containing invalidcharacters.01MISSING TCMD/SI02INV TCN035 TRLR RQDTCMD/SI submitted without required trailer entry for outsized dimensions (DI T 5).046 TRLR RQDTCMD/SI (DI TE , TJ ) submitted without required trailer entry for round countInternational Maritime Organization (IMO) classification (DI T 6).057 TRLR RQDTCMD/SI (DI TE ) submitted without required trailer entry for lot number (DI TE7).068 TRLR RQDTCMD/SI (DI TF , TH , TP ) submitted without trailer entry for ownership (DIT 8).079 TRLR RQDTCMD/SI submitted without required trailer entry for miscellaneous information (DIT 9).08INV TACTCMD/SI submitted with invalid or inappropriate Transportation Account Code(TAC) (rp 64-67) IAW TAC edit criteria prescribed by Services and Agencies.09INV PCSTCMD/SI submitted with piece field (rp 68-71) value other than as prescribed bythe DTR.10INV WTTCMD/SI submitted with weight field (rp 72-76) value other than as prescribed bythe DTR.11INV CUBETCMD/SI submitted with cube field (rp 77-80) value other than as prescribed bythe DTR.12INV 6 TRLRRound count and IMO classification trailer entry (DI T 6) submitted with one ormore required fields containing blanks or invalid characters.13INCOMPATIBLESTOP OFFsTCMD/SI submitted with booked and TCMD/SI stop offs mismatch.14INCOMPATIBLECOMMODITY CODETCMD/SI submitted with commodity code and van type mismatch.15INCOMPATIBLECONSIGNEE DoDAACTCMD/SI submitted with booked and TCMD/SI consignee DoDAAC mismatch.16INCOMPATIBLE VANSIZETCMD/SI submitted with booked and TCMD/SI van size mismatch.17INCOMPATIBLECONTRACT TERMSTCMD/SI submitted with booked and TCMD/SI contract terms mismatch.18INCOMPATIBLE PORTCODESTCMD/SI submitted with booked and TCMD/SI POE/POD code mismatch.19TCMD W/O IN CLEARDESCRIPTIONTCMD/SI submitted without an in the clear description of van contents. Shippersmust not document cargo using: Not Otherwise Specified “NOS”, Said To Contain“STC”, Freight All Kinds “FAK”, Consolidated Cargo, General Merchandise, or NoDescription “Blank”. SDDC Operations will issue a “Do Not Lift” message on allcargo documented using the terminology explained above or other similarly vaguedescriptions. (See Chapter 203, Paragraph VED24RESERVEDII-N-7

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