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Guest Vern Edwards
6 minutes ago, joel hoffman said:

 I am certain that the decreased use of Mil and Federal product specs is a result of the emphasis placed upon using “commercial items”.

Yes, but it is also due to the fact that there were many thousands of such specs and industry complained that most were out of date because the responsible agencies did not have the resources necessary to update them.

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At any rate, I’m glad that we let the industries develop and maintain them.  More responsive to innovation in the marketplace and committee representation is broad. 

Most military facilities have commercial or institutional counterparts with building systems that function the same way as for the military and the rest of government. 

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For construction anyway. For Military Logistics maybe not as practical. 

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