Steering Committee Charter
The Interagency Manufacturing Operations Group (IMOG) will direct the exchange of technical information which has the potential of maintaining the manufacturing operations capability of the National Security Enterprise.
- Establish and maintain effective information exchange on design, manufacturing and acceptance problems within the National Security Enterprise and the studies leading to their solutions.
- Study trends and potential production and dismantlement challenges that may result from advanced design and development efforts.
- Study and report the capabilities of manufacturing and acceptance equipment and processes. This information will include pertinent advances by outside industry as well as those items available within the National Security Enterprise.
- Propose programs to resolve incompatibilities which may involve modifications of existing equipment and processes or the development of new techniques.
- Develop common terminology which will provide uniform definitions of equipment and process characteristics and uniform techniques of measuring these characteristics.
Leadership and guidance of the organization is provided by a Steering Committee. Subgroups and task groups with appropriate representation will be formed to consider specific technology areas as they arise.
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