Writers' First Review Draft:    (2VB3)

Term    (2Y28)

Operational (steady state)    (2Y29)

Origin/Source for Inclusion of the Term    (2Y2A)

Circular No. A–11 Section 300—Planning, Budgeting, Acquisition, And Management Of Capital Assets OMB Circular No. A–11 (2005)    (2Y2B)

OMB Context Definition    (2Y2C)

means an asset or part of an asset that has been delivered and is performing the mission.    (2Y2D)

Reference/URL OMB Context Definition    (2Y2E)

Business Definition    (2Y2F)

An operational asset contributes to mission performance    (2Y2G)

Reference/URL for Business Definition    (2Y2H)

Technical Definition    (2Y2I)

An operational or steady state asset of the business is an asset that contributes to the the delivery of services and the performance of the mission of the organization    (2Y2J)

Reference/URL Technical Definition    (2Y2K)

Context Definition 1    (2Y2L)

An operational system is one of the online transaction processing (OLTP) systems of the business that gather and manage the basic business data needed to run the business on a second-to-second basis. The operational system might be a legacy system, a modern internet-enabled application, or anything in between.    (2Y2M)

Reviewer Comment: Is this definition relevant to this context ? I felt the next definition from Infosys fitted in better for the glossary    (2Y2N)

Reference/URL Context Definition 1    (2Y2O)

IBM. "Operational system." Available from: http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/patterns/glossary/operational-system.html    (2Y2P)

Context Definition 2    (2Y2Q)

Steady state operations' is the on-going delivery of services. It also encompasses continuous process improvements in collaboration with the client.    (2Y2R)

Reference/URL for Context Definition 2    (2Y2S)

Infosys, "Steady State Operations." Available from: http://www.infosys.com/bpo/steadystate.asp    (2Y2T)

Context Definition 3    (2Y2U)

Reference/URL for Context Definition 3    (2Y2V)

See Also Related Terms    (2Y2W)