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Guidance for NIST Staff on Using Inclusive Language in Documentary Standards

April 29, 2021
Author(s)
Kathryn Miller, David Alderman, Lisa Carnahan, Lidong Chen, James Foti, Barbara Goldstein, Michael Hogan, Jennifer Marshall, Karen Reczek, Nathalie Rioux, Mary Theofanos, David Wollman
This document provides guidance to NIST staff regarding the use of inclusive language in documentary standards and documents which support the realization and dissemination of physical standards; Standards Developing Organizations' (SDOs) policies and

Information Technology for Engineering and Manufacturing

May 10, 2000
Author(s)
Michael Gruninger, Barbara L. Goldstein, Kevin G. Brady, Simon Szykman, Charles R. McLean, Joshua Lubell
Advances in information technology are frequently cited as the basis for the continued growth of the U.S. economy. Manufacturers use information technology products to increase productivity, to decrease time-to-market, to lower supply chain costs, and to

Opening Up to Standardization

June 1, 1999
Author(s)
Barbara L. Goldstein, J. Cartwright
Today's electronics manufacturers are expected to reduce their time-to-market cycles and lower total costs simultaneously. Product development cycles and volume ramp-up times are rapid, and corresponding end-of-life production is dramatic. This environment

Virtual Factory Project Tackles Integration of Supply Chain Systems

January 1, 1999
Author(s)
J. Cartwright, J. Friedman, J. Minchella, Barbara L. Goldstein
The unifaction of robust enabling technologies of the Internet and ubiquitous access is resulting in market dynamics that change the way business is being conducted by electronic manufacturing services (EMS) providers. OEM/EMS enterprise relationships are

A Brief History of Early Product Data Exchange Standards

September 1, 1998
Author(s)
Barbara L. Goldstein, Sharon J. Kemmerer, Curtis H. Parks
The following paper traces the history of product data exchange standards from the physical model through electronic representations such as IGES. This paper provides an understanding of the early efforts leading to ISO 10303--Standard for the Exchange of