Military Nomenclature

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Item Information

Revision History

Date Status ID Title
2016-01-28 Active B4043C Military Nomenclature (2016-01-28) B4043C
2014-06-26 Superseded B4043C ARCHIVED: Military Nomenclature (2014-06-26) B4043C
2008-05-12 Superseded B4043C ARCHIVED: Military Nomenclature (2008-05-12) B4043C

Remarks – Recommended Use of SACC Item

Use the following clause in contracts for the Department of National Defence to obtain nomenclature and assignment of type designations for commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) materiel of military design, or for military off-the-shelf (MOTS) equipment if applicable. Contracting officers must include the name of the Procurement Authority in the contract.

Legal text for SACC item

  1. The Contractor must prepare military nomenclature data (or confirm existing nomenclature data) in accordance with the current issue of Canadian Forces Specification D-01-000-200/SF-001 and the most recent issue of United States (U.S.) MIL-STD-196 for electronic equipment or MIL-STD-1812 for aeronautical and photographic equipment. Upon request from the Contractor, the specification will be provided by the Contracting Authority.
  2. The Contractor must submit Requests for Military Nomenclature either through the Joint Electronics Type Designation Automated System (JETDAS) / Aeronautical and Support Equipment Type Designation System (ASETDS), or through the Department of National Defence (DND) Technical Authority (TA), Project Management Office (PMO), Life Cycle Materiel Manager (LCMM), or directly to the Departmental Control Point [(DCP) - Director Supply Chain Operations (DSCO) 4-3], at least 90 days before delivery of the end item(s) to which the data relates. The DCP will in turn, review the request, return to the Contractor if it contains error, or edit as required and forward to the U.S. Department of Defence Control Point (DoDCP)
  3. Access to the JETDAS / ASETDS is restricted and users must apply for Logon ID and Password. The Contractor's representatives responsible for submitting Requests for Military Nomenclature must hold a valid Reliability Status registered with the Department of National Defence or Public Works and Government Services Canada. For any query to access or to obtain a copy of the systems User Guides, contact the Departmental Control Point (DCP) contact in Canada by phone at 819-939-9054 or by facsimile at 819-939-9060.