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DOE-TSL-2-2002
3.
DEFINITIONS
Definitions of key terms used in this TSL are as follows:
Department of Energy Standards Index. The index of all DOE standardization
3.1
documents including those non-Government standards (also referred to as "voluntary"
standards) that have been adopted for use by DOE and other Government documents that are
identified in published DOE directives for use in a manner similar to non-Government standards
and DOE Technical Standards. This document is designated DOE-TSL-1 and is maintained by
the Technical Standards Program Office.
3.2
Federal Supply Class (FSC). A four-digit federal coding structure used to group
technical standards into specific classes of commodities for procurement and standards
management purposes. The first two digits of each Federal Supply Class represent the related
Federal Supply Group (FSG). FSCs are discussed in the Federal Supply Classification, Part 1,
Groups and Classes (DoD Cataloging Handbook H2-1).
3.3
Federal Supply Group (FSG). A two-digit federal coding structure (used as the first
of four digits) to group related Federal Supply Classes into logical families for standards
management purposes. FSGs are discussed in the Federal Supply Classification, Part 1,
Groups and Classes (DoD Cataloging Handbook H2-1).
3.4
Functional Areas. Standardization categories (primarily used for standards,
handbooks, and technical standards lists) divided by technologies, disciplines, and practices
which do not fall under FSGs or FSCs. This is an updated version of the DoD Standardization
Areas modified for DOE Technical Standards. These Areas are presented in this TSL.
3.5
Non-Government Standards (NGSs). Those standards that are established
generally by national and international private sector bodies and are available for use by any
person or organization, private or government. NGSs are also referred to as "voluntary
standards," "industry standards," "commercial standards," and "consensus standards"
(standards developed under due process procedures) but do not include professional standards
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