JEDMICS (Joint Engineering Data Management Information and Computer
The standard DoD program for management of engineering drawings and
related technical data. It automates the DoD's engineering data repositories using an
integrated suite of off-the-shelf hardware and software. This system enables improved
acquisition, storage, update, and retrieval of technical information. Plans call for
installation of JEDMICS at 25 sites by Fiscal Year 1995.
In the Open System Interconnection reference model, refers to a
collection of related network-processing functions that constitute one level of a
hierarchy of functions.
Refers to the total cost of a product over the full life of the product.
The cost includes design, development, production, and support.
LDM (Legacy Data Management):
The process of identifying and evaluating historical information and
defining potential solutions and requirements for long-term usage of that data in a cost
LOA (Letter Of Agreement):
A document executed between two or more parties outlining specific
agreements relating to the accomplishment of an action.
Logistics is the science of planning and implementing the acquisition
and use of the resources necessary to sustain the operation of a system.
A modeling process used to recognize the maintenance, training and the
number of people that are required to get the system running and to maintain the system.