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  1. Single UNIX® Specification, Version 3 Technical Corrigendum No. 1

    IEEE Std 1003.1-2001/Cor 1-2002 (identical to ISO/IEC 9945:2002/Cor 1:2003)
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  2. TOGAF® Business Architecture Level 1 Study Guide, 1st Edition

    SAMPLE ONLY – THE FULL PRODUCT IS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE FROM THE OPEN GROUP STORE (B190).

    A sample copy of the Study Guide is available to download.

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  3. TOGAF® Series Guide Business Architecture Set (June 2019 Edition)

    This is the set of TOGAF® Series Business Architecture Guides as of June 2019. They contain detailed guidance on the developing and applying a Business Architecture based on the TOGAF Standard, Version 9.2
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  4. UNIX® Internationalization Guide

    This document describes the internationalization facilities provided by the Single UNIX Specification, Version 3...
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  5. Technical Standard for Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™), Edition 2.1 Technical Corrigendum 1

    The changes in this corrigendum are a result of correcting/modifying requirements in Edition 2.1.
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  6. TOGAF® 9 Foundation Study Guide, 4th Edition

    SAMPLE ONLY – THE FULL PRODUCT IS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE FROM THE OPEN GROUP STORE (B180).

    A sample copy of the Study Guide is available to download.

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  7. A Pocket Guide to the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.0

    Superseded by G171

    This document is the Pocket Guide for the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture, Version 2.0, an Open Group Standard.

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  8. FACE™ Business Guide 1.1

    This FACE Business Guide describes the business aspects of FACE and highlights to industry and Government acquisition professionals how FACE may affect software-based aviation electronics (avionics) acquisitions. This Business Guide also describes a range of business practices encouraging suppliers to develop portable FACE-conformant software components in order to lower costs, speed delivery, and produce higher quality aviation capabilities.
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