The U.S. Navy is changing its procedures to more effectively dispose of “zero-demand” items – those no longer needed by the service – in response to a recent Pentagon Inspector General (IG) report. “Naval Supply Systems Command (Navsup) has reduced the number of zero-demand items through its disposal review process; however, Navsup needs additional improvements to identify and manage zero-demand items,” the IG says in a new report. “For the 89 ...

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