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Authors : Machteld Meijer, Mark Smalley and Sharon Taylor
Commissioned by the Office of Government Commerce (OGC) in the UK, the official owners of ITIL (Information technology Infrastructure Library), the document is described as an 'Alignment White Paper' providing a comparison between ITIL v3 and ASL (Application Services Library). The paper explores both the similarities and differences between ITIL version 3 and ASL, as well as recognizing the added value of each. The document comprises of fourteen pages.
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