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Configuration Management Data Interface Transactions Data Information Packets (DIPs) – Army Materiel Command (AMC)

[document] Submitted on 26 March, 2018 - 12:57
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This Data Item Description (DID) contains the format and content for the data product resulting from the
work task specified in the contract.


1. Reference documents. The applicable issue of any documents cited herein, including their approval
dates and dates of any applicable amendments, notices, and revisions, shall be as specified in the

2. Format and content. The format and content of the specific data information packets ordered in the
CDRL shall be in accordance with the requirements of the applicable DIPs of AMC-STD-2549A,
Appendix D listed below and indicated by a bullet.


• Parts
• Software
Product Structure:
• Part Relationships
Product Definition Documents:
• Drawings (DWG)
• Associated Lists (LIST)
• Specifications (SPEC)
• Standards (STD)
• Part Models (PARTMOD)
• Software Documentation (SWDOC)
Configuration Control Documents:
• Engineering Change Proposal (ECP)
• Notice of Revision (NOR)
• Request for Deviation (RFD)
Other Product Related Documents:
• Technical Manual (TECHMAN)
• General documents (GENDOC)
• Document Supplements (DOCSUP)


Document identifier
Date published
Language of Attachment(s)
Document type
Data Item Description (DID)
Defines standard
Replaced/Superseded by document(s)
Cancelled by
Amended by
File attachments

Use, Relationships:

Data Information Packets (DIPs) are used as building blocks that can be assembled into messages for submitting deliverables that satisfy contractual data requirements or that exchange standard data between databases. The DIPs define the meta-data elements and documents/files to be provided in the data transaction and correlate those information elements with the data model and dictionary described in Appendices B (to be published) and C of AMC-STD-2549A. DIPs define the meta-data elements and their structure that describes the products, product structure and documents for configuration management of weapon systems.

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