Federal Condition Code

What is a "Federal Condition Code"?

A "Federal Condition Code" is a two character combination of the "Supply" Condition Code and the
"Disposal" Condition Code for Disposing of surplus military supplies.
The Supply condition code is assigned by the activity turning the property in to the
Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service - DRMO / DRMS.

Supply Condition Codes - SCC:
Are used to classify materiel in terms of readiness for issue and use or to identify action underway to change the status of materiel.
MILSTRAP/DLMS is the authoritative source for the supply condition code portion of the Federal condition code.

Disposal Condition Codes - DCC
Are assigned by the DLA Disposition Services Field Office  based on inspection of materiel at time of receipt.  A combination of the
disposal condition codes, which most accurately describe the materiel physical condition, and the supply condition codes will constitute the
Federal condition codes for utilization program screening and review purpose.
DoD 4160.21-M, “Defense Materiel Disposition Manual”, 23 August 1997, is the authoritative source for the disposal condition code portion
of the Federal condition code.

EXPLANATION:
Classify materiel in terms of readiness for issue and use or to identify action underway to change the status of materiel.
When materiel is determined to be in excess of approved stock levels and/or no longer serviceable,
Supply Condition Codes (SCC) A through H, Q, and S will be utilized to reflect materiel condition prior to turn-in to the DLA Disposition Services
Field Office.

NOTE:
 Refer to the
DoD 4140.27-M, “Shelf-Life Item Management Manual”, 3 May 2003 for serviceability timeframes associated with
shelf-life items. 
SCCs J through P, R, and V, will not be used for materiel turn-ins to the DLA Disposition Services.

CODE

 TITLE

 EXPLANATION

A

SERVICEABLE
(ISSUABLE WITHOUT QUALIFICATION)

New, used, repaired, or reconditioned materiel which is serviceable and issuable to all customers without limitation or restriction.  Includes materiel with more than 6 months shelf-life remaining.

B

SERVICEABLE
(ISSUABLE WITH QUALIFICATION)

New, used, repaired, or reconditioned materiel which is serviceable and issuable for its intended purpose but which is restricted from issue to specific units, activities, or geographical areas by reason of its limited usefulness or short service life expectancy.  Includes materiel with 3 through 6 months shelf-life remaining.

C

SERVICEABLE
(PRIORITY ISSUE)

Items which are serviceable and issuable to selected customers, but which must be issued before SCCs A and B materiel to avoid loss as a usable asset.
Includes materiel with less than 3 months shelf-life remaining.

D

SERVICEABLE
(TEST/ MODIFICATION)

Serviceable materiel which requires test, alteration, modification, technical data marking, conversion, or disassembly.
This does not include items which must be inspected or tested immediately prior to issue.

E

UNSERVICEABLE
(LIMITED RESTORATION)

Materiel which involves only limited expense or effort to restore to serviceable condition and which is accomplished in the storage activity where the stock is located.
May be issued to support ammunition requisitions coded to indicate acceptability of usable SCC E stock.

F

UNSERVICEABLE (REPARABLE)

Economically reparable materiel which requires repair, overhaul, or reconditioning; includes reparable items which are radioactively contaminated.

G

UNSERVICEABLE (INCOMPLETE)

Materiel requiring additional parts or components to complete the end item prior to issue.

H

UNSERVICEABLE (CONDEMNED)

Materiel which has been determined to be unserviceable and does not meet repair criteria; includes condemned items which are radioactively contaminated;

Type I shelf-life materiel that has passed the expiration date;

and Type II shelf-life materiel that has passed expiration date and cannot be extended. 

NOTE:
Classify obsolete and excess materiel to its proper condition before consigning to the DLA Disposition Services Field Office.
Do not classify materiel in Supply Condition Code H unless it is truly unserviceable and does not meet repair criteria
.

I

NOT ASSIGNED

Reserved for future DoD assignment.

J

SUSPENDED
(IN STOCK)

Materiel in stock which has been suspended from issue pending condition classification or analysis, where the true condition is not known.
Includes shelf-life Type II materiel that has reached the expiration date pending inspection, test, or restoration.

K

SUSPENDED
(RETURNS)

Materiel returned from customers or users and awaiting condition classification.

L

SUSPENDED
(LITIGATION)

Materiel held pending litigation or negotiation with contractors or common carriers.

M

SUSPENDED
(IN WORK)

Materiel undergoing maintenance at an organic or contractor maintenance facility.

N

SUSPENDED
(AMMUNITION SUITABLE FOR EMERGENCY COMBAT USE ONLY)

Ammunition stocks suspended from issue except for emergency combat use.

O

NOT ASSIGNED

Reserved for future DoD assignment.

P

UNSERVICEABLE (RECLAMATION)

Materiel determined to be unserviceable, uneconomically reparable as a result of physical inspection, teardown, or engineering decision.
Item contains serviceable components or assemblies to be reclaimed.

Q

SUSPENDED
(PRODUCT QUALITY DEFICIENCY)

Potential and confirmed product quality deficiency related materiel which is prohibited for use within DoD and prohibited for reutilization screening.
Includes product quality deficiency exhibits returned by customers/users as directed by the integrated materiel manager (IMM) due to technical deficiencies reported by Product Quality Deficiency Reports.
Exhibits require technical or engineering analysis to determine cause of failure to perform in accordance with specifications.
Includes product quality deficient materiel identified by SF 368 Product Quality Deficiency Report;
DD Form 1225,
Storage Quality Control Report; SF 364,
Supply Discrepancy Report (Security Assistance only); or authorized electronic equivalent.

NOTE:
SCC Q not implemented by Navy.
Navy deferred implementation to their Enterprise Resource Planning System modernization effort.
Navy must advise Defense Logistics Management Standards office when implemented.

R

SUSPENDED
(RECLAIMED ITEMS, AWAITING CONDITION DETERMINATION)

Assets turned in by reclamation activities which do not have the capability (e.g., skills, manpower, or test equipment) to determine the materiel condition.
Actual condition will be determined prior to induction into maintenance activities for repair/modification.

S

UNSERVICEABLE
(SCRAP)

Materiel that has no value except for its basic materiel content.
No stock will be recorded as on hand in SCC S.
This code is used only on transactions involving shipments to DLA Disposition Services Field Offices.
Materiel will not be transferred to SCC S prior to turn-in to DLA Disposition Services Field Offices if materiel is recorded in SCCs A through H at the time materiel is determined excess.
Materiel identified by NSN will not be identified by this SCC.

T

 SERVICEABLE (AMMUNITION SUITABLE FOR TRAINING USE ONLY)

New, used, repaired, or reconditioned ammunition stock originally intended for combat use but due to condition, function, or performance characteristics is serviceable and issuable for training use only.
Authorized for intra-Service use and authorized for staggered implementation for inter-Service use by agreement of impacted trading partners.

NOTE
Ordnance Information System implementation date for SCC T is October 1, 2012.  Ordinance Information System is used by Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.
For Army, further analysis is required to determine supportability and implementation timeline for incorporation of SCC T in Army’s Logistics Modernization Program.
Air Force has no plans to implement SCC T at this time.  Refer to ADC 446.

U

NOT ASSIGNED

Reserved for future DoD assignment

V

UNSERVICEABLE
(waste military munitions)

Waste military munitions will be assigned SCC V only under the authority of a designated DoD or Service designated disposition authority. 
The waste munitions must meet criteria of waste munitions under the Environmental Protection Agency Military Munitions Rule Implementation Policy, be safe to store and ship based on DoD Explosive Safety Board/Department of Transportation criteria and have a current serviceability inspection.

NOTE:
 SCC V assets are not authorized for turn-in to DLA Disposition Services Field Office.
The Services are responsible for appropriate disposal of SCC V assets.

W

NOT ASSIGNED

Reserved for future DoD assignment.

X

SUSPENDED (REPAIR DECISION DELAYED)

Materiel in stock or returned from customers/ users and awaiting repair or disposition.
Not authorized for transfer to disposal, issue for maintenance by a Service other than that of the owner, or for release to users.

NOTE:
Refer to ADC 1159

Y, Z

NOT ASSIGNED

Reserved for future DoD assignment.

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