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Purpose of Supply Discrepancy Reports
Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR). The SDR is a tool used to report shipping or packaging discrepancies attributable to the responsibility of the shipper, (including U.S. Government sources and contractors/manufacturers/vendors) and to provide appropriate responses and resolution, including financial action when appropriate. The purpose of the SDR exchange is to determine the cause of such discrepancies, effect corrective action, and prevent recurrence.
Packaging Discrepancy. A packaging discrepancy is any unsatisfactory condition due to improper or inadequate packaging (including preservation, packing, marking, or utilization) that causes the item, shipment, or package to become vulnerable to loss, delay, damage, or unnecessary expense to the U. S. Government, such as excessive packing. Discrepancies involving passive radio frequency identification (pRFID) are reportable under packaging discrepancy criteria.
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