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NPFC - JSSG-2000

Air System

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 21 August 2009
Status: active
Page Count: 1
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This Joint Service Specification Guide (JSSG) establishes general requirements and verification parameters, integration, performance, and functions for the preparation of an air system program-unique specification. The program specification developed from this JSSG will be used for contractual commitments between the Government and the prime contractor for the procurement of an air system.

intended Use:

This Joint Service Specification Guide is intended to be tailored for the development of first-tier, program-unique performance specifications for DoD air systems.

Document History

August 6, 2014
Air System
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JSSG-2000
August 21, 2009
Air System
This Joint Service Specification Guide (JSSG) establishes general requirements and verification parameters, integration, performance, and functions for the preparation of an air system program-unique...
September 21, 2004
AIR SYSTEM
This Joint Service Specification Guide (JSSG) establishes general requirements and verification parameters, integration, performance, and functions for the preparation of an air system program-unique...
October 8, 2002
AIR SYSTEM
This Joint Service Specification Guide (JSSG) establishes general requirements and verification parameters, integration, performance and functions for the preparation of an air system program-unique...
March 15, 2000
AIR SYSTEM
This Joint Service Specification Guide is intended to be tailored for the development of first-tier, program-unique performance specifications for DoD air systems.
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