8.2.f. The multi-increment manifests for the space station are developed by the integrated tactical operational organization described in Article 8.2.e for the implementation of the COUP. These manifestos will implement start-up and return agreements documented in the COUP and will include vehicle access, assembly activities, logistics and reflective traffic. In addition to the COUP, Multi-Inc manifests, space station assembly and operating requirements, and payload integration documentation are used to develop the Increment Definition Requirement Document (IDRD). The IDRD documents incremental plans and requirements, is managed by the integrated organization for tactical operations and two years before the phased launch of baseline. For periods up to the completion of the assembly and the first operational audit, the IDRD is controlled by the SSCB in accordance with Section 7.1.d. Each IDRD describes the detailed manifest of the payloads, equipment and system support equipment needed to support the inventory. Each IDRD also describes the changes to the addition of hardware and software to fly during this inventory, as well as the payload and system support activities required to carry out the activities approved in the COUP. The IDRD lists staff complements and defines logistics requirements, including interface requirements for Earth orbit vehicles, changes in budget management requirements, changes in accommodation requirements and communication requirements, including the use and requirements for data distribution by communication systems , in order to take charge of the subject.
Details of the integration of Earth orbit vehicles with respect to crew transport, interface requirements for station cargo planning, including printed and pressure-free media, are included in the standard integration documentation described in the documents described in Article 7.2 and defined by the Integrated Tactical Response Organization. All changes to the station`s resources, including resources provided by other partners, are recorded annually in the operations summary. 12.1.e. Unless otherwise agreed, each partner provides take-off and return services for the flight elements it provides, including assembly and logistics requirements, with other partners or provides services with other partners. In terms of usage activities, each partner provides start-up and return services in relation to its Space Station users or provides a basis for reimbursement with other partners. The right to obtain departure and return services for the use of the space station is provided in accordance with Article 8.3.d. The reimbursement of these benefits can be made in cash or cash. All eligible transportation services are provided through start-up-service agreements. 9.3.b.
RSA will conduct joint system operations that will contribute to the operation of the elements provided by other partners, and NASA will conduct or initiate joint system operations that will contribute to the operation of the elements provided by RSA in accordance with Articles 6 and 8. Compensation between NASA and the RSA for the implementation of these activities is agreed in the implementation agreements. NASA, GOJ, ESA and CSA are cooperating, article 9.4, and are cooperating, as agreed by NASA and RSA, to implement the agreements to identify and quantify the common system operations that must be conducted by the RSA to support the operation of elements that NASA, GOJ, ESA and CSA jointly provide and take into account in the content of the joint operations and costs of the system. 12.2g. In terms of usage activities, each partner provides communication services related to its Space Station users on a refundable basis or provides communication services with other partners.