DA Form 5513 Key Control Register and Inventory

What Is DA Form 5513?

DA Form 5513, Key Control Register and Inventory is a form used within and issued by the Department of the Army (DA). This form is required for keeping a record of Key Control Numbers in a particular Army unit. The numbers could be any kind of identifying or serial number assigned to a certain item.

The latest version of the form was released on January 2016 - an up-to-date fillable DA Form 5513 is available for digital filing or download below.

The key and lock custodian's liability is to control and maintain the register form and take inventory of all lock combinations used within a certain facility. Along with the numbers, the form features the name of the person receiving the equipment, the date of return and the name of the lock custodian accepting the returned keys and locks.

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KEY CONTROL REGISTER AND INVENTORY
For use of this form see AR 190-11; the proponent agency is PMG.
UNIT/ACTIVITY
PERIOD COVERED
FROM:
TO:
KEY CONTROL NUMBER(S)
(Insert serial number or other identifying number from the key)
1.
27.
53.
79.
2.
28.
54.
80.
3.
29.
55.
81.
4.
30.
56.
82.
5.
31.
57.
83.
6.
32.
58.
84.
7.
33.
59.
85.
8.
34.
60.
86.
9.
35.
61.
87.
10.
36.
62.
88.
11.
37.
63.
89.
12.
38.
64.
90.
13.
39.
65.
91.
14.
40.
66.
92.
15.
41.
67.
93.
16.
42.
68.
94.
17.
43.
69.
95.
18.
44.
70.
96.
19.
45.
71.
97.
20.
46.
72.
98.
21.
47.
73.
99.
22.
48.
74.
100.
23.
49.
75.
101.
24.
50.
76.
102.
25.
51.
77.
103.
26.
52.
78.
104.
DA FORM 5513, JAN 2016
Page 1 of 3
PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE
APD LC v1.02
KEY CONTROL REGISTER AND INVENTORY
For use of this form see AR 190-11; the proponent agency is PMG.
UNIT/ACTIVITY
PERIOD COVERED
FROM:
TO:
KEY CONTROL NUMBER(S)
(Insert serial number or other identifying number from the key)
1.
27.
53.
79.
2.
28.
54.
80.
3.
29.
55.
81.
4.
30.
56.
82.
5.
31.
57.
83.
6.
32.
58.
84.
7.
33.
59.
85.
8.
34.
60.
86.
9.
35.
61.
87.
10.
36.
62.
88.
11.
37.
63.
89.
12.
38.
64.
90.
13.
39.
65.
91.
14.
40.
66.
92.
15.
41.
67.
93.
16.
42.
68.
94.
17.
43.
69.
95.
18.
44.
70.
96.
19.
45.
71.
97.
20.
46.
72.
98.
21.
47.
73.
99.
22.
48.
74.
100.
23.
49.
75.
101.
24.
50.
76.
102.
25.
51.
77.
103.
26.
52.
78.
104.
DA FORM 5513, JAN 2016
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PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE
APD LC v1.02
KEY ISSUE AND TURN IN
(Continued)
KEY
ISSUED
ISSUED BY
ISSUED TO
TURNED IN
RECEIVED BY
NUMBER
(Date/Time)
(Printed Name/Signature)
(Printed Name/Signature)
(Date/Time)
(Printed Name/Signature)
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DA FORM 5513, JAN 2016
PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE
APD LC v1.02
INVENTORIES (JOINT/SEMIANNUAL)
DATE
PRINTED NAME/SIGNATURE
DATE
PRINTED NAME/SIGNATURE
DA FORM 5513, JAN 2016
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PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE
APD LC v1.02

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How to Use DA Form 5513?

The form includes the following sections:

  1. The name and signature of the person the equipment was issued to;
  2. Serial number and other identifying numbers of each key;
  3. The time and date of issuing the equipment (each and every transaction must be listed);
  4. The name and signature of the person responsible for issuing the key;
  5. The name and signature of a person accepting the returned key;
  6. The time and date of the return.

DA Form 5513 instructions are as follows: administrative registers are to keep the filled and completed Key Control Registers for no less than 90 days, AA&E (Arms, Ammunition & Explosives) registers are to keep them for a year minimum. After the storage time passes, the registers are to be disposed of.

If DA Form 5513 is not currently being used, it should be kept in a locked container with controlled access. No classified material should be stored there along with the form. The keys to the key containers should receive the same physical protection as the containers themselves. A person who is not on the unit's list of authorized personnel cannot be held responsible for any keys.

By the end of each daily shift, all keys for all locks must be checked in. Every key not returned by the end of a shift should be accounted for, and high-priority keys should be returned and listed in as soon as they are no longer in use.

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