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This US standard defines processes used in the engineering of a system. These processes are fundamental to the execution of a systems engineering program on a product development project. This includes processes for technical management, acquisition and supply, system design, product realization, and technical evaluation. The standard can be used to facilitate development of organizational process handbooks and procedures, or in the planning for doing systems engineering on a project.
 
This US standard defines processes used in the engineering of a system. These processes are fundamental to the execution of a systems engineering program on a product development project. This includes processes for technical management, acquisition and supply, system design, product realization, and technical evaluation. The standard can be used to facilitate development of organizational process handbooks and procedures, or in the planning for doing systems engineering on a project.
  
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Revision as of 21:22, 31 May 2019

ANSI/EIA. 2003. Processes for Engineering a System. Philadelphia, PA, USA: American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/Electronic Industries Association (EIA). ANSI/EIA 632‐2003.

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This US standard defines processes used in the engineering of a system. These processes are fundamental to the execution of a systems engineering program on a product development project. This includes processes for technical management, acquisition and supply, system design, product realization, and technical evaluation. The standard can be used to facilitate development of organizational process handbooks and procedures, or in the planning for doing systems engineering on a project.

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