e. Menu Modifications: Any and all modifications to default menu configurations
(supplied by Autodesk, Inc., or Bentley Corporation, with the originally issued
program package), which are, or were, created by the A-E through the use of text
files and text editors to facilitate the production of the Project Documents.
f. LISP Routines: Any and all new LISP or AutoLISP routines which are, or were,
created by the A-E through the use of text files and text editors to facilitate the
production of the Project Documents. For purposes of this document, the terms
"LISP" and "AutoLISP" shall be considered to be synonymous.
g. Data Files: Any and all deliverable information supplied by the A-E which may
contain either graphic data, nongraphic data, or a combination of both, stored
upon, and retrievable from, digital media in either ASCII text files or "*.DWG/DGN"
files compatible with AutoCAD Release 14 or Microstation J. Specific files
included shall contain all files and data necessary to facilitate reading, loading,
copying, editing, and plotting all of the various data files.
h. Digital Media: ISO 9660 compliant Disk (CD-ROM).
i. Hard Copy: A printed or plotted copy (photo-reproducible) in "letter" or "drawing"
ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange): A text file format
resulting from the utilization of a word processing program. Word processing
programs used shall be compatible with Microsoft Word, Version 7.0.
k. Electronic Solicitation (ES): An electronic acquisition methodology developed by
the Tri-Service CADD/GIS Technology Center. ES consists of the same Contract
Forms, Clauses & Conditions and Drawings & Specifications used for normal
acquisition, i.e., hard copy paper documents, but in electronic form distributed on
compact disk (CD-ROM) and/or over the Internet. In order to facilitate Southwest
Division's use of ES methodology, all electronic submittal deliverables will be
required to be in Adobe Acrobat PDF in addition to native file formats. More
information regarding this software can be obtained from Adobe Systems, Inc.:
345 Park Avenue , San Jose, CA 95110-2704, phone: (800) 879-3219, website:
3.1 Computer Files
Computer files created for Southwest Division projects through the use of CADD are
deliverable items to be furnished on ISO 9660 compliant CD-ROM. By reference, DFAR