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Electrical, Electronic, Electromechanical (EEE) Parts Management and Control Requirements for MSFC Space Flight Hardware

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NASA Standard
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Document Number
MSFC-STD-3012
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MSFC - Marshall Space Flight Center
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This Standard sets forth the selection, testing, and application requirements that each Project Manager shall use (tailor) to manage and control the electrical, electronic, and electromechanical (EEE) parts activities for MSFC space flight and mission essential ground support equipment in accordance with NPD 8730.2.
Keywords
electrical parts, electronic parts, electromechanical parts, mission essential ground support equipment
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Office of Primary Responsibility Designee (OPRD)
OPRD First Name
Patrick
OPRD Last Name
McManus
OPRD Center
MSFC
OPRD Organization Code
ES43
OPRD Phone Number
OPRD email address
patrick.d.mcmanus@nasa.gov
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System Admin
Submitting User's Email
standards@msfc.nasa.gov

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