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NPR 8810.1A
Effective Date: February 13, 2013
Expiration Date: December 23, 2024
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Subject: Center Master Planning

Responsible Office: Office of Strategic Infrastructure

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Appendix A. Definitions

Capital Improvement Program Plan. The CIPP is a tabular listing of projects required to implement a Center Master Plan over a twenty year period. Investments are organized by date and by the nature of the investment (sustainment, renewal, or transition). The listing identifies projects by title, date, and proposed funds source, whether from NASA or other parties.

Center Master Plan. The CMP is the Center's statement of its concept for the orderly management and future development of the Center's real property assets, including land, buildings, physical resources, and infrastructure. It provides a narrative, statistical, and graphic record of current capabilities and conditions (natural features, buildings, structures, utilities, transportation systems, and other improvements), as well as necessary changes to support program and institutional activities and NASA's strategic and business planning.

Future Development Concept. The Future Development Concept is a diagram illustrating key changes proposed for a Center over twenty or more years. Briefed to Agency leadership, and together with supporting documentation, it enables Agency concurrence with the direction the Center proposes for facilities development and redevelopment prior to the more rigorous and detailed full technical master plan documentation.

Renewal. Investments intended primarily to remedy facilities degradation resulting from usage at or beyond reliable asset service life. Such renewal generally occurs through asset replacement, but in some cases through a substantial rehabilitation project.

Sustainment. Investments intended to keep a facilities asset in proper working order during its service life. Projects include maintenance, repairs, and normal component systems replacements to keep assets performing properly during their expected service life.

Transition. Investments intended primarily to respond to changes other than renewal or sustainment. Projects respond either to changes in program requirements or to natural disasters that interfere with reliable facilities performance.

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