ASME Y14.47-2019 details a classification of maturity states that could prove useful for your technical data. This is a relatively new standardized concept, and very little guidance is given about how this might be applied.
Describes the intended use of a data set for the product life cycle.
|Conceptual||“A data set that is used when there is a need to verify preliminary design and engineering and to confirm that the technology is feasible and that the design concept has the potential to be useful in meeting a specific requirement.”|
|Developmental||“A data set that is used for testing or experimentation and for the analytical evaluation of the inherent ability of the design approach to attain the required performance.”|
|Production||“A data set that is used for the commission, operation, service, and decommission of a product.”|
|Archive||“A data set that is used to store the product information for preservation.”|
Describes the level of detail present in a model.
|None||“The model that is created with no distinctions made for individual features.”|
|Partial||“The model that has a portion of the features represented.”|
|Full||“The model that has all features represented.”|
Describes the completeness of attached annotations and attributes.
|None||“No annotations or attributes that are in the data set are intended to be used to define the product.”|
|Partial||“The data set that contains a subset of all of the annotations or attributes intended to be used to define the product.”|
|Full||“The data set that contains all of the annotations or attributes [including items such as general notes and other product and manufacturing information (PMI)] without querying the model geometry intended to be used to define the product.”|