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Compile all purchases made and outstanding and update each to include all

information listed above.

In future, create a Purchase Order form as a reminder. The Purchase Order

is a simple transaction, and it’s easy to create your own form for control. If you

T a b l e 5 - 1 0 — R e q u i r e m e n t s T r a c e a b i l i t y M a t r i x ( R T M )

Unit System

SOW/ WBS S/C SOW/ Test Test

Spec Para Requirement Number Spec Para Number Para Monitor

SOW

4.3.1 Security 06-03-02 N/A T-0304 4.4.1 Smith

Spec

3.2.1 System weight 02-04-03 3.4.6 T-0045 3.4.1 Jones

shall be less

than 10,000

pounds

T a b l e 5 - 1 1 — R e q u i r e m e n t s F l o w - D o w n M a t r i x ( R F M )

Company Design S/C Plan S/C A S/C B

Spec Para Reqt WBS Plan Para Para Para Para

1.3.2 02-03-01 5.3.2 5.3.2 1.3.2 1.3.2

1.3.3 02-03-02 5.3.3 5.3.3 1.3.3 N/A

1.3.4 02-03-03 5.3.4 5.3.4 1.3.4 1.3.4

QA Plan 04-01-01 8.2.6 8.2.6 4.3.6 4.3.6

CM Plan 05-01-01 9.3.1 9.3.1 5.6.2 5.6.2

are creating your own form though, give consideration to status. Create the

form so that the top line or some other single line contains: name of item,

vendor, order date and delivery date, and other critical information (number of

units, for instance). This one line will be carried forward to the Status List.

Engineering, manufacturing, or anyone else should be able to look at the Status

List and update their schedules from that one line.

Create a Subcontracts/Purchase Order Status List. Use the ‘‘one-liner’’ created

above to establish a list for status.

58 PRODUCTION/MANUFACTURING

58a (NO) All production/manufacturing processes are not traceable

to standard, customer, or enterprise processes (see

glossary).

All production/manufacturing processes are not traceable to standard, customer,

or enterprise processes when the heritage of the process is not clearly

referenced in the process.

RECOVERY

Create a table similar to Table 5-12 below with your data inserted.

The purpose in creating the table is to determine where the ‘‘holes’’ exist in

the trail. Of course, you should start with the references and work toward the

appearances. If you work the other way, the table may be self-satisfying and of

no use.

After you complete that part of the process, start with the production/manufacturing

process itself and work backward. If a clear trail exists, the question

will answer itself. If not, the questions to be asked are: ‘‘Why is this process

here?’’ ‘‘What created the need for it?’’ If there is a need but no requirement,

you should forward that need to the responsible department in the enterprise.

If there is a requirement but no need, you should forward that comment also.

T a b l e 5 - 1 2 — S t a n d a r d s T r a c e a b i l i t y M a t r i x ( S T M )

STANDARDS APPEARANCE

Industry Customer Enterprise Project Plan Technical Plan

ISO-9001 ISO-9001 Enterprise Quality Para 4.6.8 Part I, Para

Policy 09350 4.5.6

MIL-STD-100 Enterprise Engineering N/A Part II, Para

Standards 06050 1.2.3

You must seriously consider this situation. Is there really no need or do you

just not recognize the need? Discuss the issue with the responsible department

involved.

58b (NO) The line(s) were not properly designed and set up for this

(these) product(s).

The line(s) were not properly designed and set up for this (these) product(s)

if the line does not produce the product according to the requirements.

If the line design, the processes or the materials have not changed, chances

are that the design of the line is okay. Changing either the processes (Cause

Factor 58d/58d(NO)) or the materials (Cause Factor 58a/58a (NO)) can have

an effect on production that was unanticipated. If the line design has changed,

there has likely been an effect on the product that was unanticipated.