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DOE-TSL-1-2007
2. DEFINITIONS
Definitions of key terms used in this TSL are defined as follows:
Federal Supply Class (FSC). A four-digit Federal coding structure used to group
2.1
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 Directory of Points of Contact for the DOE Technical Standards Program
(DOE-TSL-2), and clarified in the Federal Supply Classification, Part 1, Groups
and Classes (DoD Cataloging Handbook H2-1).
2.2
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 Directory of
Points of Contact for the DOE Technical Standards Program (DOE-TSL-2), and
clarified in the Federal Supply Classification, Part 1, Groups and Classes (DoD
Cataloging Handbook H2-1).
2.3
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. Functional area are discussed in
the Directory of Points of Contact for the DOE Technical Standards Program
(DOE-TSL-2).
Non-Government Standards (NGSs). Those standards that are established
2.4
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 of personal conduct, private standards of
individual firms, standards mandated by law, or standards of individual
organizations for their internal use.
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