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|Title: 03/19/1990 - Recommendations to Increase Availability of SAVES to the Field|
|Record Type: Interpretation||Standard Number: 1910.1200; 1910.110; 1926.702|
MAR 19 1990
MEMORANDUM FOR: THOMAS J. SHEPICH, DIRECTOR, Office of Technical Support
PATRICIA K. CLARK, DIRECTOR DESIGNEE Directorate of Compliance Programs
FROM: LEO CAREY, DIRECTOR Office of Field Programs
SUBJECT: Recommendations to Increase Availability of SAVES to the Field
I understand that DCP is in the process of finalizing nine new sets of SAVES, which are undergoing final proofreading. These SAVES address standards in 1910.110 - 1910.1200 and 1926.702. Based on the field's urgent and immediate need for this information, the IMIS Steering Committee has recommended to me that utilization of the VAX could save a great deal of time in the SAVES development/ publication process. I think that the committee's recommendations are worthy of serious consideration.|
First, let me provide a little background to the IMIS Committee's recommendations. The Billings Area Office, as a part of the laptop pilot project, created a complete, corrected electronic version (Wordperfect/ASCII) of all of the existing SAVES that are currently resident on the Area Office microcomputers. A copy exists on the VAX which can be printed and provided to the Directorate of Compliance Programs or made available to Area Offices.
The IMIS Committee has suggested the following actions to accelerate the SAVES development/publication process:
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