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DOE-STD-3007-2007
I. REFERENCES
To the extent practical, a CSE should stand on its own. However, references may be used so all external
technical information (information from handbooks or information from other reports that is beyond the
scope of the evaluation) and relevant descriptive information can be verified. Verbal communications, as
references, should be avoided, and crucial conclusions of the evaluation should not depend on verbal
communications. Where private communications such as emails or verbal discussions provide significant
information related to the evaluation, a copy of the email or a "note to file" documenting the conversation
should be included as a reference or as an attachment. References should be documented with sufficient
detail to describe applicability to the process being evaluated. In any event, the evaluation shall3 not be so
dependent upon references as to prevent an independent reviewer from being able to judge the adequacy
of the evaluation as a stand-alone document.
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