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CONFIGURATION

MANAGEMENT PLAN

OUTLINE

1. INTRODUCTION

Purpose, scope, and a brief description of the system at top level, a description

of the plan’s major features and objectives, and a concise summary of your

approach to CM (Configuration Management).

2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

Refers to specifications, standards, manuals, and other documents.

3. ORGANIZATION

The organization with emphasis on the CM activities including responsibility

and authority for CM of all groups and organizations including their role in

configuration control boards and the interfaces between the CM organization

and outside organizations.

4. CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT PHASING AND

MILESTONES

The sequence of events and milestones for implementation of CM in phase

with major program milestones and events. The establishment of configuration

control boards and the conduct of configuration audits.

5. DATA MANAGEMENT

The methods for meeting the CM technical data requirements.

6. CONFIGURATION IDENTIFICATION

The identification of the Hardware Configuration Items (HWCIs) and Computer

Software Configuration Item (CSCIs).

7. INTERFACE MANAGEMENT

The procedures for the establishment of interface agreements.

8. CONFIGURATION CONTROL

The responsibilities and authority of your configuration control board, the classification

of changes, and the level of authority for change approval/concurrence.

9. CONFIGURATION STATUS ACCOUNTING

The procedures for collecting, recording, processing, and maintaining CM data.

10. CONFIGURATION AUDITS

The approach to plans, procedures, documentation, and schedules for functional

and physical configuration audits and the format for reporting results of

in-process configuration audits.

TEAMFLY

11. SUBCONTRACTOR/VENDOR CONTROL

The methods you will use to ensure subcontractor/vendor compliance with configuration

management requirements.

The above outline is a condensed version of the table of contents advocated

in MIL-STD-973. Source: www.edms.redstone.army.mil/edrd/973appa.html

Additional References:

MIL-STD-973

MIL-HDBK-61

EIA 649

ISO-10007

See: www.cmiiug.com/Standards.htm for additional information.