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May 1 - 2, 2007

The UFGS Working Group, made up of representatives from NASA, NAVFAC and USACE, met at the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) located in Washington, DC. The Board convenes regularly to review requests for changes in the UFGS Database and sets the priorities and direction for the design of the guide specifications. See the UFGS Working Group meeting minutes.

May 3, 2007

The SPECSINTACT Interagency Configuration Control and Coordinating Board, made up of representatives from NASA, NAVFAC and USACE, met at the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) located 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.

May 21 - 25, 2007

Patricia Robinson and Cheryl Fitz-Simon presented SpecsIntact at the 2007 NASA Facilities Engineering and Real Property Conference held at the Wyndham Hotel, Jacksonville, FL. View the Presentation.

October 30 - 31, 2007

The UFGS Working Group, made up of representatives from NASA, NAVFAC and USACE, met at Kennedy Space Center, FL. The Board convenes regularly to review requests for changes in the UFGS Database and sets the priorities and direction for the design of the guide specifications. See the UFGS Working Group meeting minutes.

November 2, 2007

The SPECSINTACT Interagency Configuration Control and Coordinating Board, made up of representatives from NASA, NAVFAC and USACE, met at Kennedy Space Center, FL. 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.

December 21, 2007

SpecsIntact 4.3.0.821 was released by the development team for download. Read more about the exciting new enhancements in the Release Notes that can be found in the web site's Knowledge Base.