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2000 News Milestones

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January 3, 2000

SpecsIntact's new web site was introduced with a new design and added features like Site Search and Site Map. Feedback or suggestions regarding the new site can be submitted on the web survey form.

January 26 - 28, 2000

On-site beta testing of the new SpecsIntact 3 was held at the Kennedy Space Center. The new software was previewed and tested by representatives of NASA, Army, Navy, and private firms in preparation for a public release this year.

March 2000

NIBS releases CCB disc #51 (containing SpecsIntact v.2.9.5). See important changes in Submittals effective with software v2.9.5.

April 5, 2000

SpecsIntact v.2.9.6 was released by the development team for download from the software page.

April 6, 2000

QuickStart! Guide for new users was released. This guide was conceived by the SpecsIntact Technical Support staff and is aimed at helping new users get started with the software.

April 13, 2000

SpecsIntact v.2.9.7 was released by the development team for distribution on the CCB disc #52 and download from the software page.

July 18 - 19, 2000

The SPECSINTACT Interagency Configuration Control and Coordinating Board, made up of representatives from NASA, NAVFAC and USACE, met in Washington, DC. The Board convenes regularly to review requests for changes in the software and set the priorities and direction for the design of the system. See the SI-CCCB meeting minutes.

August 2000

NIBS released CCB disc #53 (containing SpecsIntact v.2.9.7).

August 2000

The NASA SPECSINTACT Interagency Configuration Control and Coordinating Board, made up of representatives from NASA centers, met at the Kennedy Space Center, FL. The board meets regularly to consider changes to the NASA Construction Guide Specifications (Master Text).

September 5, 2000

SpecsIntact v.2.9.8 was released by the development team for download from the software page..

September 22, 2000

SpecsIntact v.2.9.9 was released by the development team for download from the software page.

October 1, 2000

The area code change for the Kennedy Space Center (home of SpecsIntact) became mandatory. The old area code (407) was replaced by the new 321.

October 2000

NIBS released CCB disc #54 (containing SpecsIntact v.2.9.9).

November 27, 2000

After five months of testing in real-world work environments, SpecsIntact 3 (beta version) was released on the SI web site for wide-scale public beta testing.

December 5-6, 2000

The SPECSINTACT Interagency Configuration Control and Coordinating Board, made up of representatives from NASA, NAVFAC and USACE, met in Washington, DC on December 5-6. The Board convenes regularly to review requests for changes in the software and set the priorities and direction for the design of the system.

 
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