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Create and use a Design Review Approval Sheet containing information similar

to Figure 5-2 on the following page.

Details regarding the Design Review Approval Form can be found in Attachment

15.

54 IN-PROCESS REVIEWS

54a (NO) All required In-Process Reviews were not conducted

according to required processes.

All required In-Process Reviews were not conducted according to required

processes when the events of the In-Process Reviews are not directly traceable

to the requirements stipulated in standard processes, customer (contract and

contract referenced) processes, and enterprise processes.

F i g u r e 5 - 2 — D e s i g n R e v i e w A p p r o v a l F o r m

DESIGN REVIEW APPROVAL

The ________(1)_____________ Design Review Minutes

containing the ______(1)_________Design Review Package

labeled _______(2)____________

and dated _____(3)________

and

The _________(1)___________Design Review

conducted on _____(3)__________ together with the Design Review Action Items are

hereby approved

and

__________(4)____________________ is hereby directed to proceed to the next stage

of the program.

Signed _____(5)________ of __________(6)______________ Date _______________

RECOVERY

Lay out the enterprise requirements (see glossary), the customer requirements

(from the requirements document), and the standard requirements (see

glossary) for In-Process Reviews. Consolidate all the requirements and summarize

and organize into a checklist that will drive the In-Process Reviews part of

the Program Plan. Retain that information to solidify all data trails. If it is not

possible to accommodate the above steps, use the following topics to guide your

In-Process Reviews.

In-Process Review Process

In-Process Reviews should be used to inspect individual products during the

product (hardware and/or software) development life cycle. A record of each

review must be maintained and presented at the end of the review.

In-Process Review Team

In-Process Review Teams normally consist of three to five members. One

member should be designated as team leader or moderator. The remaining team

members conduct the inspection.

Schedule

An In-Process Review should be conducted at the completion of each designated

phase or subphase of the product life cycle.

Agenda

All internal reviews must be conducted to an agenda that has been distributed

in advance of the review meeting. The agenda should call for a briefing,

the inspection, notes preparation, and a debriefing.

Review Participants

Qualified participants from process control, quality assurance, representatives

from the preceding phase and from the subsequent phase as well as representatives

from other appropriate organizations should take part in the review.

Documentation

The In-Process Review should be documented in an In-Process Review Approval

Form similar to that provided in Attachment 16.

54b (NO) The appropriate authority has not approved each In-

Process Review.

The appropriate authority will not have approved each In-Process Review

unless the appropriate authority has signed a sheet that confirms that the appropriate

authority (through their representative, if necessary) agrees to the In-

Process Review package, the In-Process Review and the In-Process Review minutes,

including In-Process Review action items. Note: Any exceptions taken

should be included in the action items and thus achievable.