SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS - SPECIFICATIONS DEFINITION (WEBSTERS NEW...

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SPECIFICATIONS DEFINITION (WEBSTER’S NEW COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY) “SPECIFY” – 1: to name or state explicitly or in detail 2: to include as an item in a specification
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Sources of specifications Government (US) – purchase specifications of Federal Agencies; General Services Administration; Department of Defense; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; U>S Department of Agriculture; Department of Health and Human Services, etc.
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Sources of specifications International Government and Agencies – Individual countries, United Nations Industrial – Purchase specifications for vendors, internal company specifications for manufactured products
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Examples of specifications Raw materials –plant or animal products, water Ingredients Processing equipment including materials used with equipment – lubricants, cleaning and sanitation materials and equipment Packaging equipment and materials
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Examples - continued Storage and transportation systems Finished products
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Components in specifications Composition Safety performance
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