|1. Configuration Management (CM)
Plan - documents the CM processes to control the
configuration of the system and supporting elements.
||1.1 Contains CM milestone schedule and
dated baselines from
Includes procedures for the configuration identification, control,
status accounting, waivers/deviations, engineering changes and
1.3 Contains subcontractor CM
requirements including information, data and
Identification - describes the product through the use of
||2.1 At the appropriate milestones, the
following configuration baselines
established and approved:
2.2 Nomenclature has been established,
2.3 Interfaces are defined
using interface control documents, as applicable.
2.4 The hardware/software requirements
interface requirements specification have been prepared and
2.5 Each computer software
configuration item and its corresponding computer software components
and computer software units have
software design document has been written for each
computer software configuration item.
2.7 The version, release, change
status and other identification details of
each deliverable item of software are known.
commercial-off-the-shelf/non-development items, form/fit
information has been required/provided for refresh/insertion.
Control - establishes and maintains a systematic change
||3.1 Configuration control processes
and procedures are established
initiation, evaluation and disposition.
3.2 A change control board is
established. Membership includes
3.3 Configuration control
requirements are flowed to subcontractors.
Audits have been conducted to verify the functional, allocated
and/or baseline configuration.
|4. Configuration Status
Accounting - provides configuration information to support all
||4.1 The configuration status
accounting information is maintained in a CM database that may
include such information as the as-designed, as-built, as-delivered,
or as-modified configuration of the product as well as
of any replaceable component within the product.
4.2 Traceability of requirements from
the top-level documentation through
all subordinate levels has been
4.3 The results of configuration
audits, including the status and final disposition of identified
discrepancies and action items have
status of proposed engineering changes from initiation to
final approval and contractual implementation have been recorded