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Document ID:   SD-19       Scroll down to access document images

Overview
Title:  Parts Management Guide
Scope:  The need for program offices to have an effective Parts Management Program is greater than ever before. Disciplined, risk-based oversight of parts selection is necessary to avoid bad outcomes such as counterfeits, cyber vulnerabilities, tampering, poor reliability, and obsolescence. Such oversight ensures that the parts selected for DoD systems and equipment meet their allocated and derived requirements at an acceptable level of assurance. Oversight includes program office approval of a contractor Parts Management Plan, verification that the contractor is following the processes in that Plan, and validation that the parts selected are optimum.
Status:  Active Document Date:  01-JAN-2024      
  Next Review Due:  30-DEC-2028
STDZ Doc Category:   Standardization - Related Documents (SD)  

Responsibilities
Lead Standardization Activity:  SO  Executive Agent for the Defense Standardization Program  
  Preparing Activity: SO  Executive Agent for the Defense Standardization Program
Coordination:  Full  
Army Custodian:  AM   HQ US Army Materiel Command, (AMC), DepSO  
Navy Custodian:  NM   Department of the Navy Standardization Office, DASN (RDT&E) (DepSO)  
Air Force Custodian:  01   Air Force Departmental Standardization Office (DepSO)  
DLA Custodian:  DH   Defense Logistics Agency (DepSO)  

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