BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER AFI34-11321SW1
10 February 1995

Services

AIR FORCE LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SYSTEM (AFLIS)

AFI 34-113, 25 July 1994, is supplemented as follows. This supplement establishes guidelines for the acquisition of commercial publications for office mission support. It applies to all offices assigned or attached to Peterson AFB, Cheyenne Mountain AS, and Falcon AFB supported by the Peterson AFB Library (SVRL), 21st Services Squadron. This supplement applies to all sources of funding; i.e., central appro-priations, local funds, or office funds that might be used to purchase commercial publications.

The use of a name of any specific manufacturer, commercial product, commodity, or service in this publication does not imply endorsement by the Air Force.

4.8.1 (Added). References:

4.8.1.2. AFI 33-117

4.8.1.3. Air Force Library Central Procurement Guide

4.8.2 (Added). Policies:

4.8.2.1. Offices requesting the Base Library to purchase mission essential commercial publications for their use must submit requirements in letter format with justification and mission statement to the Base Library,
21 SVS/SVRL, 201 W. Stewart, Peterson AFB CO 80914-1600. Requests must be signed by the flight chief, directorate, staff officer, or commander.

4.8.2.2. Book requirements meeting the "mission essential" definition are purchased by the Base Library for issue to the office's Memorandum Receipt (MR) Account. Examples are: subject handbooks; directories; syllabi and outlines of the discipline's applicable standards and codes (international, national, state, and local); technical guidelines; and professional organizations' publications that technically address the office mission accomplishment. (See attachment 5, Unauthorized Purchases for Organizations.)

4.8.2.3. Subscriptions to the following periodicals for direct delivery to offices below the directorate level (HQ AFSPC) or division level (HQ NORAD, HQ USSPACECOM) are not necessarily mission essential and are not normally approved: Aerospace Daily; Air Force Times; Armed Forces Journal International;

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Supersedes 21 SWR 215-2, 11 March 1993.
No. of Printed Pages: 5
OPR: 21 SVS/SVRL (Mr. Wendell James)
Approved by: 21 SVS/CC (Lt Col Marianne R. Rogers)
Editor: Mrs. Sandra K. Drayer
Distribution: F; X (HQ AFSPC/SVXL-1)
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Army Times; Aviation Week & Space Technology; Christian Science Monitor; Weekly Federal Employees News Digest; Federal Times, Navy Times; New York Times; Newsweek; Signal; Time; U.S. News and World Report; Wall Street Journal; Washington Post; and any other subscriptions that do not meet the definition of mission essentiality in AFI 34-113. (See attachment 5, Unauthorized Purchase for Organizations.)

4.8.2.4. Non-book materials follow the same policy as books and subscriptions. Compliance must be in accordance with AFI 33-117. (See AFI 34-113, attachment 5, Unauthorized Purchase for Organizations.)

MARIANNE R. ROGERS, Lt Col, USAF
Commander, 21st Services Squadron

2 Attachments
1. Sample Letter - Request for Technical Subscriptions
2. Sample Letter - Request for Technical Publications
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SAMPLE LETTER - REQUEST FOR TECHNICAL SUBSCRIPTIONS

MEMORANDUM FOR 21 SVS/SVRL/Stop 1600

FROM: XOXX/Stop 00/MR-202/6-7901

SUBJECT: Request for Technical Subscriptions

1. Request purchase and issuance of the following technical subscriptions for use by the XOXX office computer technicians.

Title: Flying Computer (quarterly)
Subscription: (annual; semiannual; quarterly; monthly; bimonthly; biweekly; weekly; daily; and irregular publications)
Publisher: Sun Telegraph
Cost: $48

2. Justification:

a. Mission Statement: Responsible for the Konfuser 2000 operation, identification of its offspring, and dodging of alien flying computers. This task is done to keep the Konfuser 2000 operating smoothly without alien interruptions.

b. Without the data distributed in these publications, it will be hazardous duty dodging the Konfuser 2000 and its offspring. Further, identification of alien flying computers will be impossible. It is requested that the purchase of the items requested above be approved.

c. Five to ten key personnel will reference the above listed materials at least weekly, some more often, in the performance of their daily dodging requirements.

d. The office mission would be extremely impaired if these technicians had to frequently leave the work place to research new methods of dodging the Konfuser 2000.

e. Full mailing address, telephone number, and point of contact:

AFSPC/XOXX/STOP 00
150 Vandenberg St. Ste. 1110
Peterson AFB CO 80914-1290
MSgt Visicalc/556-7901

JOHN J. JONS, Colonel, USAF
Director, Consolidated Konfuser Center

Attachment:
Sample "Flying Computer Quarterly"

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SAMPLE LETTER - REQUEST FOR TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS

MEMORANDUM FOR 21 SVS/SVRL/Stop 1600

FROM: XOXX/Stop 00/MR-202/6-7901

SUBJECT: Request for Technical Publication

1. Request purchase and issuance of the following technical publications for use by the XOXX office computer technicians.

Title: Troubleshooting the CCC Programming
Author: Barry Proxman
Publisher: Doubleman
Cost: $7.95

Title: XYZ 2000 Konfuser
Author: Katzenjammer Korp
Publisher: Rhinegold and Coors
Cost: $29.95

2. Justification:

a. Mission Statement: Responsible for the Konfuser 2000 operation, identification of its offspring, and dodging of alien flying computers. This task is done to keep the Konfuser 2000 operating smoothly without alien interruptions.

b. Without the data distributed in these publications, it will be hazardous duty dodging the Konfuser 2000 and its offspring. Further, identification of alien flying computers will be impossible. It is requested that the purchase of the items requested above be approved.

c. Five to ten key personnel will reference the above listed materials at least weekly, some more often, in the performance of their daily dodging requirements.

d. The office mission would be extremely impaired if these technicians had to frequently leave the work place to research new methods of dodging the Konfuser 2000.

e. Full mailing address, telephone number, and point of contact:

AFSPC/XOXX/Stop 00
150 Vandenberg St. Ste. 1110
Peterson AFB CO 80914-1290
MSgt Visicalc/556-7901

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3. Materials retained indefinitely will be carefully monitored by MSgt Visicalc and inventoried January of each year. The appointed custodian is MSgt Visicalc, Chief, Administration, XOXX, extension 6-7901.

JOHN J. JONS, Colonel, USAF
Director, Consolidated Konfuser Center

Attachments:
1. Doubleman Flyer
2. Rhinegold and Coors Flyer