(d) The requester uses block 10a to describe the work he wants
completed. You must make sure the description contains enough detail so
anyone working on the project understands exactly what the requester
expects when the VI facility completes the project.
description should answer the questions what, who, when, where, and how
many. If necessary, the requester can attach additional enclosures to
explain and amplify the project requirements and details.
(e) In block 10b, the requester indicates the type of graphics
he wants produced.
(f) Since graphic resources from the VI facility are for
official use only, you also must make sure the requester has indicated
(g) The validation signature in block 12 of the VI order
confirms the work requested is for official use.
You must have a
signature in this block prior to accepting the work order.
(4) Accepting the work order.
Once you have determined the VI
facility has the capability to complete the project requested and the
requester has the visual information work order completed correctly, you
accept the VI work order. To accept the VI work order, you enter the
work order into the work order log, using the next available work order
number, and enter the work order number in block 1 of DA Form 3903-R.
This completes the screening process.
b. Sections Completed Within the VI Facility.
(1) You use blocks 19 through 22 in section III of the VI work
order to assign the project to the individual or section that will have
the responsibility of completing the project.
(a) Blocks 19 (date received), 20 (date assigned), and 21 (job
approval) are self-explanatory.
(b) If there are any special instructions for the section or
individual performing the work on the project, you enter them in block
22. For example, block 22 in figure 1-2 gives instructions to touch up
the masters as necessary.
(2) You complete blocks 23 through 30 when completing the project.