Change 4 December 2006
TABLES AND FORMS
Tables and forms developed with SpecsIntact may be included with the UFGS.
Otherwise, tables and forms must be added manually in the final electronic PDF file.
A change is an updating of various requirements in a UFGS and republication of the
UFGS with a new date. Changes are of two types as follows:
Changes as a result of reviewing and rewriting a UFGS during which the Technical
Representative considers all aspects of the section are considered revisions. As it is
impractical to identify these changes with change tags, include the statement "Revised
throughout - changes not indicated by CHG tags" in the banner.
\ Changes that consider only one issue or a limited number of issues that may or may
not be technical in nature are considered limited changes. /2/ These changes are
identified with change tags using the SpecsIntact software; include the statement
"Latest change indicated by CHG tags" in the banner.
Coordinate UFGS for approval in accordance with MIL-STD-3007. Discipline
representatives assigned by each of the Tri Services must review each UFGS. When
appropriate, extend the opportunity for review to major commands, facility users, and
private industry. Preparing activities must coordinate new and changed UFGS within
their agency and with their counterparts in the other agencies. Upon completion, new
and revised UFGS are submitted to the Technical Proponent for final review and
approval. Changes to UFGS are subject to coordination and approval of the other
agencies whenever the change affects the technical content of the UFGS. However,
the Preparing Activity is always obligated to consider and resolve requests from other
agencies for changes to UFGS.