MIL-STD-31000 › Technical Data Packages
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Included in this current edition are the following subparts:
REV A VALIDATION 1 - Dec. 12, 2017
This standard provides requirements for the deliverable data products associated with a technical data package (TDP) and its related TDP data management products. A TDP contains elements, is described by a level and type, and may have associated metadata and supplementary technical data. TDP contains a
sub-set of product data and product data is a sub-set of technical data. These relationships are shown in the hierarchical breakdown of data in Figure 1.
This document has had a long and storied career, starting out as MIL-T-31000 in 1989. It was renumbered during MIL Spec reform in the 1990's, only to be canceled in 2009 and redesignated MIL-STD-31000.
The Technical Data Elements procurable under MIL-STD-31000 are intended for use in a wide variety of functions in the life cycle of materiel developed for the Department of Defense. Some examples of these functions are design evaluation, design development, provisioning, procurement (competitive and non-competitive), manufacture, transportation, installation, maintenance, modification, and engineering and logistics support.
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