Program-unique specifications shall include a cover page as the first page
2). The cover page shall include the information specified
220.127.116.11 Program-unique specification
The original design activity shall generate the
program-unique specification identifier. The identifier shall be in
the upper right corner of the cover page. The identifier may include
any combination of numbers, letters, and dashes, but shall not include any
other symbols. The letters "PRF", if it is a performance
specification, or "DTL", if it is a detail specification, shall be entered
in front of the specification identifier.
18.104.22.168 Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE)
The CAGE code for the original design activity of a
program-unique specification shall be identified in the upper right corner
of the cover page beneath the identifier. If a revision of the
specification is being prepared, and if the design activity that is
currently responsible for the specification is different than the original
design activity, the CAGE code of the current change control authority shall
be identified beneath the original design activity's CAGE code.
22.214.171.124 Date of specification
specification approval date shall appear in the upperright corner of the
cover page under the CAGE code.
specifications shall have one of the following headings centered above the
a. "PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION" as defined in 3.35.
b. "DETAIL SPECIFICATION" as defined in 3.13.
126.96.36.199 Type of program-unique
The type of program-unique specification
shall be included as a part of the specification title using on of the
"SYSTEM SPECIFICATION FOR"
"ITEM SPECIFICATION FOR"
"SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION FOR"
"MATERIAL SPECIFICATION FOR"
"PROCESS SPECIFICATION FOR"
188.8.131.52 Program-unique specification
The program-unique specification title shall be the
name by which the entity (system, item, software, process, or material) will
be known. In most cases, it will consist of the approved item name and
type designator issued by the activity authorized to assign the nomenclature
name. Specification titles shall not be duplicated within a
program. References to major assemblies, end items, computer software
units, processes, or materials shall be included in a title only to the
extent necessary to distinguish between similar systems, items, software,
processes, or materials. When an approved item name is not required,
the title requirements in 5.4.6 shall be used as
184.108.40.206 Design activity approval submittal
A program-unique specification shall include a design
activity approval submittal block, which includes the name of the authorized
submitter, title, design activity name, and submittal date.
220.127.116.11 "Approved for use" authorization
The authorized government approval block shall
indicate whether the program-unique specification is authorized for use as a
functional, allocated, or product baseline. This block shall include
the name and title of the authorized government approving official, the
government buying name, and the date of approval.
18.104.22.168 Designation of FSC
designation for item and material program-unique specifications should be
located in the lower right corner of the cover page.
22.214.171.124 Government rights in technical data and
When applicable, copyright, limited rights,
restricted rights, or Government Purpose License Rights claims shall be
identified on the cover page of the specification with the appropriate