MSFC - NASA MWI 8060.1 REV A

OFF-THE-SHELF HARDWARE UTILIZATION IN FLIGHT HARDWARE DEVELOPMENT

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Publication Date: 8 November 2004
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This Marshall Work Instruction (MWI) establishes a process for the utilization of Off-The-Shelf (OTS) devices originating from commercial vendors and military suppliers, as well as NASA hardware from other flight projects. Specifically excluded from this process are piece parts and materials, such as EEE parts, thermocouples, rivets, fasteners, connectors, fittings, adhesives, insulation, wiring, plumbing, etc. This MWI establishes a consistent method for design and development planning in accordance with MPR 8060.1, "Flight Systems Design/Development Control," for incorporating OTS designs or hardware into flight hardware developments.

APPLICABILITY. This work instruction applies to all organizations incorporating off-the-shelf hardware into flight hardware developments.

Document History

NASA MWI 8060.1 REV A
November 8, 2004
OFF-THE-SHELF HARDWARE UTILIZATION IN FLIGHT HARDWARE DEVELOPMENT
This Marshall Work Instruction (MWI) establishes a process for the utilization of Off-The-Shelf (OTS) devices originating from commercial vendors and military suppliers, as well as NASA hardware from...
August 3, 1999
OFF-THE-SHELF HARDWARE UTILIZATION IN FLIGHT HARDWARE DEVELOPMENT
PURPOSE This Marshall Work Instruction (MWI) establishes a process for the utilization of Off-The-Shelf (OTS) devices originating from commercial vendors and military suppliers, as well as NASA...

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