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Has the NATO Architecture Framework v3 Definition “Naffed-Off”?

by Nic Plum on Friday 25 June, 2010 - 13:29 GMT

Posted in Architecture FrameworkNAFStandards

Tags: architecture frameworkc3definitionincosenafnatopublicspecification

Where's the NATO Architecture Framework Definition?Hoping to present at the INCOSE UK Chapter’s Annual Systems Engineering Conference later this year. I was checking the list of references and wanted to make sure I’d got the right URL and title for the the definition of the NATO Architecture Framework (NAF) v3. The NATO C3 home page which used to provide a link to the defining documents seems not to have any link or mention of NAF. Without any search mechanism available it looks as though the definition of NAF has well and truly disappeared. Of course it might still exist on the restricted access military network but that’s not much use to folks on the public side who use or wish to use NAF.

Why has it disappeared? Is it really there but I can’t see it? Human error? Is it a harbinger of greater things to come (in the same way folks speculate every time the Apple Store home page goes down for ‘maintenance’)? Have they decided that it’s no longer for the general public?

This is a shame since it has to be better for everyone to have these things in the open. If anyone knows any more or can provide publicly accessible links please get in touch. Until such time it looks like NAF has “naffed-off” ! wink

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