Mission ISS-2A.2b/STS-106 was launched on 8 September 2000. The prupose of this flight was the delivery of logistics and supplies to the ISS and maintenance for the FGB. One EVA was performed to make a series of utility connections on the outside of the FGB.
Cargo Manifest. Note: [numbers] = ISS SE (Subelement) numbers.
International Space Station Operations Checklist, ISS-2A.2A & 2A.2B, Mission Operations Directorate, Operations Division, Final, Revision B, August 15, 2000 [English - Acrobat]
This document contains detailed procedures for astronauts to follow during docking and egress operations; equipment transfer, installation, and activation; and stowage. This document is 448 pages long and includes detailed diagrams and numerous photographs.
International Space Station
Mission Operations Directorate
Final, Revision A
June 9, 2000 [English - Acrobat]
This 215 page document contains procedures to be followed by mission control personnel in Houston (MCC-H) and Moscow (MCC-M) before and during Shuttle approach; during docking and docked operations; and during and after Shuttle departure.
International Space Station
ISS-2A.2A & 2A.2B, JSC-48501-2A.2A&B,
Mission Operations Directorate, Operations Division, Final, Revision B, August 17, 2000 [English - Acrobat]
This 500 page document contains on-orbit procedures, ISS system schematics, and hardware photographs for use in dealing with potential malufunctions astronauts might encounter on the ISS.
Inflight Maintenance - Intravehicular Activity - Installation/Deinstallation - Flight 2A.2B: SM/FGB.1, Mission Operations Directorate, 9 August 2000 [English - Acrobat] [Russian - Acrobat]
According to this document's introduction: "this crew procedures book covers 2A.2B Inflight Maintenance Intravehicular Activity
Installation/Deinstallation Tasks and contains information for the crew on the
inflight maintenance and repair operations.
The book contents and presentation format are intended for fully-trained crew members." This 58 page document contains detailed procedures, diagrams, and photographs describing the installation and activation of hardware within the Service Module and the FGB.
Russian Segment Operations, 2A.2B Flight, Mission Operations Directorate, 10 August 2000 [English - Acrobat] [Russian - Acrobat]
"Russian Segment Operations book contains crew procedures for RS onboard systems
operation, subject to activation and subsequent deactivation during flight 2A .2B.
The book is intended for fully-trained crewmembers. This document may change pending systems modification and procedure validation at simulators and training facilities. Sections from 1 to 1 3 have been developed by RSC-E, step 3.7 have been developed by NASA."