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American Forces Press Service (Feb. 3, 2006): DoD publishes DMSMS Guidebook Version 1.1.

The Department of Defense (DoD) Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) Guidebook is a compilation of the best proactive practices from across DoD Services and agencies for managing the risk of obsolescence. With material extracted from various DoD DMSMS management documents, the new DoD DMSMS Guidebook provides the DMSMS program manager with a central repository of best practices. Additionally, it identifies assorted measurement tools that may be useful in analyzing and tracking the effectiveness of DMSMS programs.

The DMSMS PM will find this guidebook a preferred desktop reference to quickly pinpoint key actions required in managing DMSMS issues and concerns. (The original Version 1.0, dated May 25, 2005, is superseded by the updated Version 1.1, which was effective Dec. 31, 2005.) Download Version 1.1 from the AT & L Knowledge Sharing System Web site at <https://acc.dau.mil/simplify/ev_en.php>.
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Publication:Defense AT & L
Date:May 1, 2006
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