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Technical Information Systems

Carderock Division maintains an information center for the Navy's technical data and publications standards as well as the guidance and policy documents that support the goals of the DON's digital data policy to achieve an integrated digital data environment for product and technical data and the DON strategy to exploit Internet technology to access, distribute, and use this data.

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Mechanical Equipment Reliability

Recognition of reliability, availability and maintainability (RAM) as vital factors in the early development of today's complex weapon systems has placed greater emphasis on the application of design analysis procedures to logistics management. At the Carderock Division we have developed a unique method of reviewing a mechanical design for reliability. We invite you to use our products at no charge and share your ideas on reliability estimates with us and with other users.

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Curator of Navy Ship Models

Administered by the Carderock Division, the U.S. Department of the Navy Ship Model Program collects, preserves, interprets, and displays scale models in federal museums and offices and in state and local public educational museums and facilities. Depicting the rich tradition, historical heritage, and technological development of the United States Navy from earliest times to the present, the Department of the Navy Ship Model Collection is recognized as a precious national treasure.

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