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commercial-type activities such as naval
shipyards. Basically, the NIF serves the same
purpose as the Navy Stock Fund which was ex-
plained earlier in this chapter. The major
charges that are credited to this fund are: civilian
labor, material purchases, travel of personnel,
transportation of material, cost of utilities, and
equipment/property rental. The RP will not be
directly involved with this type of fund but
should be aware that it exists.
Naval Working Fund (NWF)
The Naval Working Fund (NWF) provides a
single permanent revolving fund for financing
all work which is not chargeable to some current
Advance funds are
deposited to the NWF for work or services that
are to be furnished by the Navy. For example,
the pay and allowances for sailors from an allied
government which are embarked aboard U.S.
Navy ships for training are deposited by their
government in the NWF. The sailors are then
paid their salaries out of this fund. The RP will
probably not be involved in using this fund.
Navy Management Fund (NMF)
This fund is used for the economical and
efficient completion of Navy operations which
are financed by two or more appropriations
when the costs of these operations cannot be