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  2. Presentation Outline Objectives/Authority Organization Standards in Development iTA Interface NASA Technical Standards System Metrics Budget Summary NASA Technical Standards Program

  3. Program Objectives and Authority Objectives • Establish and Maintain ”NASA Preferred Technical Standards” As a Common Baseline for NASA Programs • Develop Internal NASA Standards Where Available Standards Are Not Adequate • Evaluate, Support, and Adopt National and International Standards Where They Meet NASA’s Needs • Support the Use of Technical Standards on NASA Programs in the Systems Requirement Process • Provide Access for All <> Users to Full Text Standards From >100 Sources at • Linking Standards to Lessons Learned for More Effective Use • Automated Notice of Updates for Standards Registered by Users Authority: • NPD 8070.6B, “Technical Standards”, May 7, 2003 • NASA Preferred Technical Standards Program Plan, April 15, 1999 • OMB Circular A-119, “Federal Participation In The Development And Use Of Voluntary Consensus Standards And Conformity Assessment Activities” (1998) • NPR 8070.X , Technical Standards Processes (In Development)

  4. NASA Technical Standards Program Structure Other NASA Headquarters Offices Office of the NASA Chief Engineer (Rex Geveden, Chief Engineer) (Richard Weinstein – Program Executive) - Functional Standards - Program Level Coordination - Policy/Oversight/Approval - Program Sponsorship NASA Technical Standards Working Group (NTSWG) (Paul Gill, Chair) NASA Engineering Management Board (Rex Geveden, Chair) NASA Technical Standards Program Office (Paul Gill, Manager) - Center Approving Authority - Program Issues - Center Representation - Program Guidance - Program Management - Standards Management System Discipline Technical Warrant Holders Topic Working Groups - Prioritization of Needs - Standards Development

  5. NASA Technical Standards Working Group Chair - Paul Gill/MSFC Executive Secretary – Brenda Bailey/MSFC Center Membership: Ames Research Center P. Luna Dryden Flight Research Center R. Kacmar Glenn Research Center F. Greco Goddard Space Flight Center G. Alcorn Jet Propulsion Laboratory D. Plaskon Johnson Space Center N. Lance Kennedy Space Center E. Ernst Langley Research Center R. Foss Marshall Space Flight Center K. Iftikhar Stennis Space Center B. St Cyr Headquarters Representatives: Richard Weinstein (OCE) Robert Benedict (CIO) Jack Kelley (SOMD) Wil Harkins (S&MA)

  6. NASA Technical Standards Program Work Breakdown Structure NASA Technical Standards Review of VCS for Adoption Standards Update Notification System (SUNS) Lessons Learned/Application Notes Program Awareness Review of NASA Standards (Development and Revision) NASA TECHNICAL STANDARDS PROGRAM NASA Technical Standards System Development of Technical Standards Program Mgt/ User Support Standards Support and Assessment Program Management/ Integration Full-Text Technical Standards System (NASA Preferred, Center/Program Documents Voluntary Consensus Standards (VCS) Development Document Management System

  7. Status of Technical Standards In Development • 52 NASA and Non-Government Standards (NGS) in Development/Revision • 35 NASA Standards In Development/Revision • 27 Being Developed (14 MSFC) • 8 Being Revised (6 MSFC) • 17 NGS – Led by NASA (4 MSFC)

  8. NASA Technical Standards In Development/Revision Doc Number Title NASA-HDBK-5010 Fracture Control Implementation Handbook for Payloads, Experiments, and Similar Hardware NASA-STD-5017 Design And Development Criteria For Critical Mechanical Systems NASA-HDBK-5011 Launch Facilities and Associated Ground Equipment Vibroacoustic Loads Environment Definition and Analysis Applying Data Matrix Identification Symbols on Aerospace Parts NASA-STD-6002B (Revision) NASA-STD-7001A (Revision) Payload Vibroacoustic Test Criteria NASA-STD-0005 NASA Configuration Management (CM) Standard NASA-HDBK-6003B (Revision) Application of Data Matrix Identification Symbols to Aerospace Parts using Direct Part Marking Methods/Techniques NASA-HDBK-6009 Materials & Process Design Guide NASA-STD-5012 Strength And Life Assessment Requirements For Space Propulsion Systems Engines NASA-STD-6001A (Revision) Flammability, Odor, Offgassing, and Compatibility Requirements and Test Procedures for Materials In Environments that Support Combustion NASA-STD-3000C (Revision) Manned-Systems Integration Standard NASA–HDBK-1001A (Revision) Terrestrial Environment Criteria Handbook for Use in Aerospace Vehicle Development NASA-SPEC-6012 Protective Finishes for Space Vehicle Structures NASA-STD-4005 LEO Spacecraft Charging Design Standard *MSFC Led

  9. NASA Technical Standards In Development/Revision (Continued) *MSFC Led

  10. NASA Technical Standards In Development/Revision (Continued) Doc Number Title NASA-HDBK-7008 Spacecraft Structural Dynamics Testing NASA-STD-6018 Guidelines for Utilization of Composite Materials in Oxygen Storage Tanks NASA-HDBK-6020 Compilation and Evaluation of Existing Data on the Compatibility of Materials with High-Test Hydrogen Peroxide NASA-STD-6014 Evaluation of Load Carrying Capability of Lap Braze Joints Containing Flaws NASA-STD-7006 Charged Particle Radiation Testing of Materials to Emulate Space Environment Exposure NASA-STD-5001A (Revision) Structural Design and Test Factors of Safety For Space Flight Hardware NASA Fastener Integrity Requirements NASA-STD-6008 *MSFC Led

  11. Topics for Development of NASA Technical Standards (From FY06 POP Call) • 61 Topics Submitted by the Agency for Development of Standards • 31 Topics Submitted by MSFC • Examples: • Liquid Rocket Engines Testing • Pyrotechnics Design and Verification • Manned Spacecraft Requirements • Thermal Protection System • Fatigue and Fracture • Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems • Sustaining Engineering • In-Space Logistics • Structural and Environmental Testing • Next Step • Provide Listing to Discipline Technical Warrant Holders for Prioritization • Submittal of Formal Proposals for Selected Topics for Standards Development

  12. NASA Technical StandardsIn Development Expected FY05 Deliverables Status • NASA-Developed Technical Standards • NASA-HDBK-5010: Fracture Control Implementation Handbook • Pending Chief Engineer Approval • NASA-STD-0005: NASA Configuration Management Standard • In Agencywide Review • NASA-STD-6002A: Applying Data Matrix Identification Symbols On Aerospace Parts • In Agency-Wide Review • NASA-HDBK-6003A: Application Of Data Matrix Identification Symbols To Aerospace Parts Using Direct Part Marking Methods/Techniques • In Agency-Wide Review • NASA-STD-7001: Payload Vibroacoustic Test Criteria • In Agency-Wide Review

  13. Standards Adoption Summary Status To Date • Adopted/Pending Adoption Summary • Total 3,407 – (1,774 Performance, 1,633 Acquisition) • 62 NASA Developed Technical Standards • 26 Engineering Standards • 18 IT Standards • 18 Safety And Mission Assurance • 2,267 Adopted (Non-NASA) - (981 Performance, 1286 Acquisition) • 1,568 Voluntary Consensus Standards • 671 Military Specifications and Standards • 28 Federal and CID Standards • 1,078 Pending Adoption (Non-NASA) - (731 Performance, 347 Acquisition • 11 AIAA and 61 ISO Performance Standards Sent to NTSWG for Endorsement • 347 Acquisition and 659 Performance Standards Not Yet Sent Out to NTSWG • NASA Participation In Non- Gov’t Standards Development For FY05 Per OMB Circular A-119 • 30 SDOs (11 MSFC) • 147 Participants (19 MSFC) • 197 Standards (29 MSFC)

  14. CAIB Recommendation • 7.5.-1 Establish An Independent Technical Engineering Authority That Is Responsible For Technical Requirements And All Waivers To Them… The Independent Technical Authority Does The Following As A Minimum: • Develop And Maintain Technical Standards For All Space Shuttle Program Projects And Elements • Be The Sole Waiver-Granting Authority For All Technical Standards… • The Chief Engineer Has Been Designated The NASA Technical Authority; This Authority Is Re-Delegated To: • Discipline Technical Warrant Holders(Responsible For Requirements Including Standards) • Systems Technical Warrant Holders (Providing The Interface With Programs)

  15. NTSP and Discipline Technical Warrant Holder Interface (Standards Development Process) Warrant Holder Interaction Technical Standards Process

  16. Agencywide Full-Text Technical Standards System • Initiated Contract in FY2000: Competitive, 5-Year Fixed Price • Provides “One Stop”, Seamless Access to Standards from More Than 111 Standards Developing Organizations and Government Sources • JSC Shuttle Office Maintains Current Shuttle Data in NTSP’s Searchable Document Index; Update Notifications Sent to Registered Users When They Change • Provides Link to Space Station Documents, Searchable in JSC’s EDMS—Working with JSC to Provide Documents in NTSP’s Searchable Index • Provides Center Standards from MSFC and KSC in NTSP’s Searchable Document Index • Provides Links to Related Engineering Information (i.e., Vendor Catalogs and Electronic, Materials, and Facility Information) • System Collects Extensive Metrics (Beginning 07/2001) • 202,605 Accesses to NASA Technical Standards System within NASA Domain • 271,048 Downloaded Technical Standards Products within NASA Domain

  17. Standards Update Notification System (SUNS) • SUNS Allows Users To Register Standards They Use, And Receive Automatic Notification When Standards Are Revised, Re-issued • Changes To Technical Standards Can Have Major Impacts On The Safety, Performance, Reliability, And Cost Of Programs/Projects • Using Out-of-Date Standards—Unless Required To Meet Specific Need • Ignores Improvements And Misses The Benefits Of Experience • Exposes Programs/Projects To The Risk Of Repeating Those Failures That Led To Update Of The Standard • Pilot Test On Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Booster Thrust Vector Control System • 552 Standards Cited; All But 124 Cancelled, Replaced, Or Document Status Was Not Verifiable • For All NASA Programs/Projects To Date: • 7875 Document Update Requests Received • 3136 Document Update Notifications Sent

  18. Lessons Learned-Technical Standards Integration • NASA Lessons Learned System Documents Problems And Improved Guidance From Program And Project Experience • Linking Lessons Learned With Standards Provides Basis For Interpretation/Use And Update Of Standards • Users Alerted To Lessons Learned At The Time They Search For The Standards • Current Status • Over 600 Out Of 1700 Lessons Learned Now Hot-linked To 420 NASA Preferred And Non-government Technical Standards • “Reverse” Search Capability Permits Users To View Specific Lessons Learned By Technical Discipline And View The Standards Linked To Them • Now Adding “Application Notes” From Standards Users That Clarify Or Limit The Scope, Use, Or Context Of Standards; Over 170 Linked To Date • Use Of Lessons Learned System Increasing Throughout The Agency

  19. NASA Technical Standards System Metrics AGENCYWIDE FULL-TEXT TECHNICAL STANDARDS SYSTEM USAGE Normalization of Accesses and Downloads to Number () of Civil Servants and Supporting Contractors per Facility Jul 2001 - Apr 2005 8.0 7.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 Ratio of Accesses and Downloads System Accesses 3.0 Downloads of Standards 2.0 1.0 0.0 ARC DFRC GRC GSFC HQ IVV JPL JSC KSC LaRC MAF MSFC SSC WFF WSTF (4.8K) (1.0K) (3.6K) (7.5K) (1.6K) (0.2K) (4.8K) (13.0K) (9.0K) (4.3K) (2.8K) (7.5K) (1.5K) (1.2K) (0.7K) Facility

  20. Technical Standards System User Surveys Standards System Base Survey (7233 unique users) Lessons Learned Link Survey (From 02/22/2005, 255 unique users have completed the survey)

  21. FY05 Metrics To Date - NASA Technical Standards System Baseline Date: June 1,2001 * Most Recent 2 NASA Technical Standards Working Group Meetings

  22. Program Budget Analysis • FY06 Program Growth Approx. 34% Over FY05. Full Cost Accounting Accounts For Significant Part Of Budget Growth. • Current Budget Roughly 1/3 In Each Area (1) Standards Development (2) Standards Review (3) Standards System • Proposals Approved For New NASA Standards Development Increased From FY04 To FY05 By Approx. 35%. • Influence Of TA/TWH Actions On The Standards Program Still Being Worked.

  23. NASA Technical Standards BudgetAgencywide * 20 FTE Supporting Contractor

  24. NASA Technical Standards FY05 BudgetMSFC - Engineering Directorate * 46% of Total Program Budget

  25. NASA Technical Standards Program Budget Summary * Focus is to convert NASA Standards into E - Learning Training Modules NASA Technical Program Office Staffing • FTE/CS - Five AST, One Program Specialist • Supporting Contractors - Five Professionals/Technical, One Administrative • (Colsa, Mainthia, UAH, Unites)

  26. FY05 Procurement(Obligations/Cost Plan vs. Actuals) 93% Obs Plan 80% Cost Plan

  27. Future Program Strategy/Issues • New Standards Development Delays Due to Competing Demands for Personnel • Completeness of Center Reviews of Standards • Establishment of “Core” Standards for use on Programs & Projects • Integration of Discipline Technical Warrant Holder Priorities Into Standards Improvement • Meeting Program’s/Project’s Specific Needs • FY06/FY07 Budgets • Follow-On Contract For Agencywide Full-Text Technical Standards System

  28. Back-Up Charts

  29. Topics for Development of NASA Technical Standards (From FY06 POP Call)

  30. Topics for Development of NASA Technical Standards (Continued)

  31. Topics for Development of NASA Technical Standards (Continued) *MSFC Recommendation

  32. Topics for Development of NASA Technical Standards (Continued) *MSFC Recommendation

  33. Topics for Development of NASA Technical Standards (Continued) *MSFC Recommendation

  34. NASA Technical Standards FY05 Total Commitments