FOREST SERVICE HANDBOOK
6509.17-92-1 - AUTOMATED TIMBER SALE ACCOUNTING HANDBOOK
GP SUPPLEMENT NO. 6509.17-92-1
POSTING NOTICE. This supplement is the first in a new numbering series corresponding to the year in which material was amended. Place this transmittal sheet at the front of the title and retain until the first transmittal of the next calendar year is received.
Page Code Sheets
06--1 thru 06--3 2
Supplement No. 1
Document Name Pages
6509.17,04.6-04.7, 0 Code 1
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04.6 - Expands further on responsibility for Forst ATSA Coordinator
04.7 - Adds direction on responsibilities of District ATSA Coordinators
All subsequent amendments will be issued by document.
6509.17 - AUTOMATED TIMBER SALE ACCOUNTING HANDBOOD
FH SUPPLEMENT 6509.17-92-1
04 - RESPONSIBILITY
04.6 - Forest Automated Timber Sale Accounting (ATSA) Coordinator. In addition to the responsibilities outlined in the parent and Regional text, the Forest ATSA coordinator has the following responsibilities:
1. Follow up, on problems identified, until satisfactory resolution is obtained.
2. Provide training, information, and/or interpretation of data regarding statements of account and other ATSA output, to a variety of internal and external users, as needed.
04.7 - District Automated Timber Sale Accounting (ATSA) Coordinator. As a point of clarification, the terms National Volcanic Monument, Monument Manager, and Monument are synonymous with the terms Ranger District, District Ranger, and District. The employee assigned the duties of District ATSA Coordinator is responsible for:
1. The satisfactory performance of work in accordance with the standards and the handbook guidelines cited.
2. Providing purchasers and District personnel with training, information, and interpretation regarding statements of account and other ATSA outputs as needed.
3. Informing the Forest ATSA Coordinator of problems and concerns pertaining to District ATSA involvement, and follow up until satisfactory resolution is obtained.
4. Meeting prescribed frequencies for input.
5. Ensuring adequate controls are in place to achieve the desired quality.