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    The Navy has their Data Products indentified in the GEIA Standard (D2 & D3). Is their any plans to add the Army's Data Products list to the GEIA standard? Or, other services list added to GEIA Standard?


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    The Army does not intend to include a specific appendix related to provisioning in the GEIA-HB-0007. The Army has three documents (sources) for guidance on provisioning:

    AMC Pamphlet 700-25 Guide to Provisioning:
    AR 700-18 Provisioning of U.S. Army Equipment:

    PowerLOG-J*:
    *PowerLOG-J is an acquisition logistics data management tool that satisfies requirements for the Logistics Management Information (LMI) and Logistics Support Analysis Record (LSAR). PowerLOG-J has over 5600+ registered users. It can be used to develop, evaluate, review, and integrate logistics data for materiel systems and generate logistics support summaries such as the Repair Parts and Special Tools Lists (RPSTL), Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC), Task Analysis, Provisioning Technical Documentation, Bill of Materials, Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis and more. There are 38 Reports in all. Technical Manual Reports meet MIL-STD-40051 formats. All reports have XML, HTML, and PDF outputs. PowerLOG-J can also produce exports in 2631 Formatted Work Packages and S1000D Data Modules.
    https://www.logsa.army.mil/lec/powerlog/http://armypubs.army.mil/epubs/700_series_collection_1.htmlhttps://www.logsa.army.mil/pub/P700_25.PDF



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