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Management Control and Status Reports Documentation Standard and Data Item Descriptions (DID) Volume of the Information System Life-Cycle and Documentation Standards
1990 by NASA Office of Safety, Reliability, Maintainability, and Quality Assurance, Software Management and Assurance Program (SNAP) in Washington, DC .
Written in English
|Series||NASA TM -- 101860., NASA technical memorandum -- 101860.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Office of Safety, Reliability, Maintainability, and Quality Assurance.|
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Modern weapon systems have traditionally contained many more specifications and greater detailed SOWs than those of the past. Contrast the Army Signal Corps SOW for the Wright Brothers' heavier‑than‑air flying machine in to the Air Force SOW for the Advanced Tactical Fighter in Setting Up the Expense Management System. You can modify the descriptions if necessary. This status is hidden from the employee entering an expense report, but it is visible to a reviewing auditor. the system validates the information that you enter against the edit rule or UDC when you enter the expense report. If the data item is not. The Contractor shall assist data users and requesters with the selection and tailoring of Data Item Descriptions (DIDs); the preparation of one-time standard DIDs; and filling out Data Management forms such as CDRLs and Contractor Data Requirements Substantiation (AF Form ). Configuration and Data Management Support. The Contractor shall aid in the application of the fundamentals of configuration management to establish and maintain consistency of a product’s performance, functional, and physical attributes with its requirements, design, and operational information throughout its life.
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This is the Management Control and Status Reports Documentation Standard and Data Item Descriptions Volume rolled-out from the Information System Life-Cycle and Documentation Standards.
Scope of Volume A management control and status reports document contains all report, s generated during the course of acquiring, developing. Get this from a library. Management Control and Status Reports Documentation Standard and Data Item Descriptions (DID) Volume of the Information System Life-Cycle and Documentation Standards: release [United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Office of Safety, Reliability, Maintainability, and Quality Assurance.;]. This is the Product Specification Documentation Standard and Data Item Descriptions Volume rolled-out from the Information System Life-Cycle and Documentation Standards.
Scope of Volume A product specification contains all technical information for specifying and documenting an information system or a hardware. DI-MGMT, DATA ITEM DESCRIPTION (DID): CONTRACTOR’S PROGRESS AND STATUS REPORT (JUL)., Contractor’s Progress, Status and Management Report provides the progress of work and the status of the Program and assigned task, report cost and informs management of existing or potential problem areas.
3) Assurance Specification Documentation Standard and Data Item Descriptions (DID) Volume of the Information System Life-Cycle and Documentation Standards, Release2/28/ Washington: NASA Office of Safety, Reliability, Maintainability, and Quality Assurance.
4) Management Control and Status Reports Documentation Standard and Data Item. TITLE: CONFIGURATION STATUS ACCOUNTING REPORT 3. DESCRIPTION AND INTENDED USE The Configuration Status Accounting (CSA) system enables the efficient and effective execution of Configuration Management (CM) functions ie, CM planning, configuration (identification, control of configuration change and configuration verification and audits).
and components. The CEMS reporting data consists of aircraft engine and maintenance status information as directed by the AF propulsion community. This Data Item Description (DID) contains the requirements, to include access to the Internet, Air Force Portal, and CEMS for the purpose of reporting to CEMS for engines, assemblies and Size: KB.
data item desc dids Welcome toyour premiere source for free downloads of government and military standards, specifications, handbooks, and documents. DI-ADMN. CDRL CFSR DoD Form - The CDRL is the contract vehicle requiring the Contractor to provide the Government a product deliverable, in this example, a Contract Funds Status Report (CFSR).
This CDRL is completed in accordance with Data Item Description (DID) DI-MGMT and provides additional/clarifying information and information on. A: A DID is a standardization document that defines the data required of a contractor.
The DID specifically defines the data content, format, and intended use. The DID specifically defines the data content, format, and intended use.
The CDRL groups all of the data requirements in a single place rather than have them scattered throughout the solicitation or contract. Data Item Description (DID) A DID is a completed document that defines the data required of a contractor and is included in a CDRL.
The document specifically defines the data content, format, and intended use. Data Item Descriptions Data Item Descriptions (DIDs). CM Element DID Number /OPR DID Title Current date Planning/Management DI - CMAN - (B) D/DUSD(AT&L)SE Configuration Management Plan 30 SEP Identification DI - CMAN - (A) SPAWAR Baseline Description Document 28 JUN DI - CMAN - NAVSEA.
Report on the MCS (Memorandum) 22 3 The Memorandum on the Management Control System 23 Description of the components of the MCS 23 Illustration of the critical areas of the MCS 24 Comments on the Action Plan 24 4 Indicative check-list for the assessment of the Management Control System 25 Bibliography 29File Size: 1MB.
Approved: J National Aeronautics and Space Achnitfistration Washington, DC INTRODUCTION. The NASA Software Documentation Standard (hereinafter refened to as "Standard") is designed to support the documentation of all software developed for NASA; its goal is to provide a framework and model for recording the essential information needed thioughout the development life cycle and maintenance.
Data Item Descriptions. MIL-STD standard describes the development and documentation in terms of 22 Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) from which an effort will select to conduct the system development and support efforts.
Each DID generically describes the required content of a data item, a file or document that describes the system or some. 4) a management control and status reports document An assumption upon which the SMAP documentation standard is based is that it is the responsibility of program/project management to decide what information is to be formally recorded.
The documentation standard merely indicates the organization for such information. WERS Property Management Plan_Control System WERS Munitions Constituents Chemical Data Quality Deliverables WERS EECA, RI, and FS Reports WERS EECA, RI, and FS Reports WERS Accident Incident Reports WERS Personnel Qualifications Certification Letter WERS Site Specific Final Report.
Item Status Control. Status control describes whether certain status attributes have default values that appear when you assign a status code to an item, and whether status codes control those attribute values after the defaults are assigned to an item. Note: Item Status Control differs from material status control.
Item status control controls. Standards from: DI-MGMT PAGE: 4/9. Welcome toyour premiere source for free downloads of government and military standards, specifications, handbooks, and documents.
The ASSIST website used by standardization management activities to develop, coordinate, distribute, and manage defense and federal specifications and standards, military handbooks, commercial item descriptions, data item descriptions, and related technical documents prepared in accordance with the policies and procedures of the Defense.
The Data Standards and Data Dictionary is intended for hospital and central cancer registries, programmers, and analysts, this provides detailed specifications and codes for each data item in the NAACCR data exchange record layout.
Version 18 Data Standards and Data Dictionary – (posted 3/2/18; revised 3/13/18; 3/22/18; 4/2/18; 4/13/18; 5/ di-sess, data item description (did): baseline description document (mil-std) (feb) The baseline documents will define the item\'s functional and physical characteristics in the form of specifications, drawings, model based definition, associated lists, interface control documents, and documents referenced therein.
execution; project deliverables to include work plan, reports, studies, memoranda, quality control submittals, etc. Detailed discussion of remedy reviews. Detailed discussion of project management to include all project delivery team members indicating roles andFile Size: 16KB.
The status of each deliverable end item, including data deliverables, as required by the contract. Provide item and contract identification, shipping/transmittal data, acceptance status, security classification, and schedule due date information.
Report preparer. Name of person(s) preparing report and telephone number(s). Size: 22KB. A United States data item description (DID) is a completed document defining the data deliverables required of a United States Department of Defense contractor.
A DID specifically defines the data content, format, and intended use of the data with a primary objective of achieving standardization objectives by the U.S. Department of content and format requirements for DIDs are. Attachment 4 - Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) CONTENTS Glossary' of Abbreviations and Acronymns J4-iv L INTRODUCTION 1 2.
THE CDRL TABLE 4 3. ERA PROGRAM DATA ITEM DESCRIPTIONS (DIDS) 28 System Requirements Specification (SyRS) 28 System Architecture and Design Document 29 Facilities Plan 31 Updated Award Fee Plan APPENDIX N4 NETWORK OPERATION (NETOPS) AND INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS TASK ORDER (TO) DATA ITEM DESCRIPTIONS (DID) DELIVERABLES GUIDE 5 Sequence Number Data Item Description Title A DI-MISC Unsatisfactory Material Report (Subsistence) A DI-IPSCB Computer Program End Item Documentation A DI-MGMT Data Item Descriptions Data Requirements in Specs & Standards The following definitions are provided to understand the application status shown in this Excel spreadsheet: The standard is required for the management, development, and acquisition of new or improved DoD systems that produce, use, or exchange information.
Technical Data Management About. The Technical Data Management process provides a framework to acquire, manage, maintain and ensure access to the technical data and computer software required to manage and support a system throughout the acquisition life cycle (see DAG CH 3–System Security Engineering for information regarding protection of critical program information).
Item Plans for data entry, coding, security, and storage, including any related processes to promote data quality (e.g., double data entry; range checks for data values).
Reference to where details of data management procedures can be found, if not in the protocol. Example “ Data Forms and Data. MIL-STDB - Department of Defense Standard Practice - Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) MIL-STD; MIL-STDA - Parts Control Program; MIL-STD - Configuration Management; MIL–STD–A - MILITARY STANDARD: CONFIGURATION STATUS ACCOUNTING DATA ELEMENTS AND RELATED FEATURES (01 APR ).
The list typically consists of a series of individual data items, each of which is recorded on a Data Item form (DD Form ) containing the tailored data requirements and delivery information. The CDRL is the standard format for identifying potential data requirements in a solicitation, and deliverable data requirements in a contract.
Management Decision Statistics 28 (Item) as a % of Cash Flow 28 (Item) as a % of Income Before Extraordinary Items – Adjusted for Common Stock Equivalents 28 (Item) as a % of Property, Plant, and Equipment – Total (Gross) 29 (Item) as a % of Property, Plant, and Equipment – Total (Net) 29 Price and Market Data.
d) Action Items. The report will include the status of all formally assigned action items for the period. The status will indicate actions as open or closed. If open, the status will contain the actions necessary to close the Action item and the planned date.
If closed, the status will. A nondevelopmental item, if the procuring agency determines the item was developed exclusively at private expense and sold in substantial quantities, on a competitive basis, to multiple State and local governments. The SD-2, DoD Acquisitions Buying Commercial Items and Nondevelopmental Items provides further guidance.
incorporates new materiel items, developmental concepts, and approaches. Comments (such as recommendations, additions, or deletions) and any pertinent information, which may be useful in improving this document, should be addressed to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense.
Click the document name to show Download Document and Learn More buttons. Click this icon to download the actual EVMS document.; Click the icon to view a summary that describes the purpose and/or use of the document. This January update to the Defense Acquisition University’s Test and Evaluation Management Guide includes updates from the Military Services, Defense Agencies, and other organizations, as well as changes in the May DoD series.
Inputs were collated and finalized by DAU Program Director for Test and Evaluation Dr. John Claxton. This Data Item Description (DID) contains the format and content preparation instructions for the data product generated by the specific and discrete task requirement as delineated in the contract.
This DID shall be applied to contracts that require Earned Value Management (EVM) and other contracts based on the contract risk Size: 21KB. The foundation of product lifecycle management can be traced to many of these historical standards.
You may find these documents useful for designing your own PLM system. However, you should keep in mind that many of these were authored decades ago, and include concepts that may be irrelevant in a modern computer-based PLM system. Standardized Documentation for Verification, Validation, and Accreditation - Practice with four associated Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) – DI-MSSM DoD M&S Accreditation Plan Status Report to the Systems Engineering Co mmunity," PaperProceedings of the 10th File Size: 3MB.[document] Submitted on 13 February, - Keywords Data Item Description (DID) software requirements Software Requirements Specification (SRS) Standards groups.8/15/ Corrected numerous errors, expanded some descriptions 8/19/ Updated description for to add missing information 9/16/13 Updated sectionsUpdated definition and ASE activities for MC/DC, Added derived requirements to systemFile Size: 1MB.