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Acceptance Data Package Requirements Specification
To support hardware or software deliveries for the International Space Station Alpha (ISSA),
specific data must be provided to the using organizations as defined herein. The accumulation of
this data in a hardware and/or software package is known as the Acceptance Data Package
This ADP provides a complete and verified status, including the as—built configuration, of
hardware or software, contains information pertinent to acceptance, and enables the continuation
of required activities by the using organization. The ADP is prepared as part of the hardware or
software acceptance/delivery criteria and maintained throughout the hardware or software life
cycle after government acceptance, including integrated testing, ground processing, launch site
processing, on orbit, postlanding, and maintenance/modification/refurbishment activities.
For hardware, this specification defines the minimum data required to accompany hardware
delivery to a using organization and to establish the requirement for maintenance of this data by
the organization having hardware custody.
For software, this specification defines the minimum data required to accompany software
deliveries to a using organization via DD7250/1149 or equivalent form.
The data that makes up an ADP is required for assurance purposes and to facilitate integration,
operational, or refurbishment/modification activities conducted by the organization receiving
hardware or software custody.
For hardware, this specification applies to all hardware items designated as ISSA deliverable
flight, Orbital Support Equipment, Flight Support Equipment, Ground Support Equipment
(GSE), and associated spares, mod kits, and loose equipment.
For software, this specification applies to all ISSA software products (and to their approved
changes) designated as operational software, which is defined as flight software and ground
software that (l) interfaces with oniorbit elements in realitime or (2) is critical to the mission
(such as all control center, test and certification software), including associated models and
simulations and Software Support Environment (SSE) Software which interfaces with on—orbit
elements in real—time or is critical to the mission. A software delivery may include one or more
Computer Software Configuration Items (CSCIs), a release.