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Ensure safety and increase opportunities for government procurement

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) creates and adopts standards for materials, facilities, and engineering practices for the purpose of improving military operational readiness and reducing ownership costs and acquisition cycle time. DOD standards use non-Government standards and commercial technologies, products, and practices that meet DoD performance requirements. The Defense Standardization Program manages this process and provides a uniform series of specifications, standards, and related documents. DoD standards ensure you can:

  • Meet rigorous quality demands
  • Provide durable products
  • Increase revenue through government procurement

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