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What is the purpose of the Precious Metals Recovery Program?
To save money by recycling precious metals and using those funds to offset the cost of supplies.
Who is required to participate in the PMRP?
All naval Medical Department activities generating precious metals excesses and waste byproducts.
True or False.

PMRP coordinators must be appointed in writing.
What are the responsibilities of the MRP coordinator?
To implement, monitor and coordinate a formal PMRP.
Submit a Recovery of Precious Metals Report how often?
To whom should the Recovery of Precious Metals Report be sent?
NAVMEDLOGCOM with a copy to the supporting healthcare support office.
When should the Recovery of Precious Metals arrive to NAVMEDLOGCOM?
By the last day of the month following the end of each fiscal quarter.
What items are classified as precious metals?
Silver, Gold, Platinum (palladium, iridium, rhodium, osmium, and ruthenium).
What items are normally found in the medical department activities?
Exposed and outdated x-ray film, photographic film, dental scrap, and recovered silver from fixing or stabilizing solutions.
Who coordinates the PMRP for the Navy?
Naval Supply Systems Command (COMNAVSUPSYSCOM)
Who within DOD has overall management resposibility for the Precious Metals Recovery Program?
Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)
Who collects all excess precious metals items for disposal?
1. Defense Reutilization Marketing Office (DRMO)
2. Local Supply Department
3. Navy Exchange Command
4. None of the above
How often does the PMRP audit board meet to review the internal control procedures for recoverable precious metals from point of origin to DRMO?
At least semiannualy.