Should S1000D be required by the Department of Defense?
Blais, Curtis L.
Falby, John S.
McCauley, Michael E.
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The purpose of this analysis was to determine whether S1000D, an international specification for technical publications, should be required in Department of Defense (DoD) acquisitions. Based on the information and opinions gathered from nearly 200 participants in the study, we conclude that S1000D should be a required standard for technical publications across the DoD. This action should be taken in conjunction with a program to implement, transition, and promote its success. This program would include a set of critical provisions for DoD to: (1) manage/govern the use of the standard; (2) promote the use of the standard; (3) support adoption and evolution of the standard; and (4) establish and enforce use of the standard.
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