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Document ID:   SD-26       Scroll down to access document images

Overview
Title:  DMSMS and Parts Management Contracting Guide
Scope:  The SD-26 provides program offices with guidance and examples to help determine sufficient contract requirements for robust diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortages (DMSMS) management and disciplined parts management. It also serves as a reference to be used by program offices to help avoid the elimination of critical requirements during contract negotiations. The guide contains 24 examples of illustrative DMSMS management requirements including case management and reporting, issue notification, and flow down of requirements to subcontractors. Another eight illustrative examples are associated with the delivery of a contractor parts management plan and validation that the parts selected, according to the processes in that plan, meet their allocated requirements.
Status:  Active Document Date:  01-JUN-2023      
  Next Review Due:  30-MAY-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:  Limited  
Other Custodian:  SO   Executive Agent for the Defense Standardization Program  

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