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Document ID:   SD-24       Scroll down to access document images

Overview
Title:  Value Engineering: A Guidebook of Best Practices and Tools
Scope:  VE is an organized/systematic approach that analyzes the functions of systems, equipment, facilities, services, and supplies to ensure they achieve their essential functions at the lowest life-cycle cost consistent with required performance, reliability, quality, and safety. Typically the implementation of the VE process increases performance, reliability, quality, safety, durability, effectiveness, or other desirable characteristics.
Status:  Active Document Date:  13-JUN-2011      
  Next Review Due:  11-JUN-2016
STDZ Doc Category:   Standardization Directory  

Responsibilities
Lead Standardization Activity:  SO  Executive Agent for the Defense Standardization Program  
  Preparing Activity: SO  Executive Agent for the Defense Standardization Program
Coordination:  Limited  
Other Custodian:  SO   Executive Agent for the Defense Standardization Program  

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