(4) Testing and evaluating non-development (off-the-shelf) equipment for joint applicability as directed
by the JOAP Coordinating Group (CG).
(5) Preparing and maintaining technical oversight for the JOAP Manual (NAVAIR 17-15-50, TM 38-01,
T.O. 33-1-37, Volumes I through IV) and other JOAP technical documents. Coordinating resolution of service
differences and providing changes to the field.
(6) Operation of a JOAP certified laboratory.
(7) Serving as a clearinghouse for technological interchange among the services. This includes, but is
not limited to, developing, maintaining, and distributing documents such as the JOAP Manual, oil analysis
program directories, correlation reports, customer lists, newsletters, and other documents as needed. Conducting
meetings, conferences, and symposiums for the purpose of technological exchange. Coordinating with other
agencies, civilian companies, universities and other countries and reporting on emerging technologies. Providing
statistical, analytical, management, technical, and other reports to equipment engineers, program managers, field
activities, and other service offices.
(8) Providing technical assistance to all participating field activities for instrument operation and
(9) Providing guidance and oversight for the curriculum presented in the JOAP operator/evaluator
course and other JOAP training.
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(1) Process and evaluate customer samples as soon as possible during normal work hours.
Processing and evaluation priority is as follows:
Provide recommendations to customer activities based upon analytical results of customer
Participate in the JOAP Correlation Program.
Customers: Customer responsibilities are included in Section III of this volume.