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Configuration Management Requirements for Subcontractors/Vendors

2014-10-01
CURRENT
CMB5A
The role of CM, within any one company's organization, on the development and production of a product has been established by internal company needs or imposed by customer dictum. (As used hereinafter, in order to reduce any confusion, computer programs, components, software, hardware, firmware, etc., are included in the designation "PRODUCT".) The primary focus of this Bulletin is directed toward the Buyer and Supplier personnel who will be managing hardware products in the production phase and software products in the full-scale development phase. The trend in DoD is toward expanded use of standardized components and subassemblies, using competitive reprocurement. The DoD needs to know the full span of CM requirements which should be included in the production contract and the management tasks that will have to be accomplished.
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Education in Configuration and Data Management

2014-10-01
CURRENT
CMB6_10
Assist CM and engineering personnel in the implementation and coordination of CM unique procedures and disciplines of Configuration Identification, Change Control, Status Accounting and Audits.
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Guideline for Transitioning Configuration Management to an Automated Environment

2020-06-08
WIP
CMB7_2A

This guideline is not intended to provide detailed instructions for implementing an automated CM system. It is intended to provide a framework for planning the automation of CM functions by identifying the issues and potential problems to be considered.

We begin with a look at the current problems encountered with the use of manual and semiautomated CM approaches. In order to aid in the cultural acceptance of a fully automated CM system, the benefits of automation are reviewed and the issues of the psychology or change are discussed.

Finally, this guideline focuses on automating the CM functions: identification, configuration control, status accounting, and audit. Given current technology and the constraints of available resources, this seciton discusses some of the concerns which must be addressed in order to achieve a successful implementation.

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Education in Configuration and Data Management

2020-06-08
WIP
CMB6_10A
In today's high technology environment, a variety of management tools have been developed within government and industry to govern the fast changing technical environment. There is a particular demand in industry for formal education in the disciplines of Configuration Management and Data Management (CM/DM). Briefly, Configuration Management is the disciplined continuous identification of design and control of changes. Data Management ensures that the data (technical, financial, administrative) delivered as part of a contract comply with contractual requirements and are adequate to satisfy the intended use or functions (e.g. logistics, maintenance, reprocurement).
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Configuration Control

2020-06-08
WIP
CMB6_4A

The objective of this course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the concepts and principles involved in the configuration control process. It is intended for an individual who has completed a basic introductory course in CM and who requires the deeper knowledge of a CM practitioner rather than a superficial overview.

The overall objective of configuration management is to guarantee the buyer that a given product is what it was intended to be, functionally and physically as defined by contractual drawings and specifications, and to identify the configuration to the lowest level of assembly required to assure repeatable performance, quality, maintainability and reliability in all units of the same product.

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Configuration Control

2014-10-01
CURRENT
CMB6_4
This Interface Control Plan establishes a program for interface control among the major segments/equipments of a DoD program. This could be an airborne weapon system, Medium Launch Vehicle System, Space Launch Complex System, etc. The program is based on formal agreements between participating organizations, and includes (1) documentation to establish, define and control interface requirements and to detail interface design definition between system segments, (2) interface management under the purview of the Interface Management Boards (IMB) and (3) interface control, through Interface Control Working Groups (ICWGs). The plan establishes the IMB and ICWG policy and procedures. Furthermore, it sets forth the Government Agencies Program Offices, associate contractors and participating Government Agency responsibilities in support of the Interface Control Program and the conduct of interface management/control through the IMBs, and ICWGs.
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Configuration and Data Management Training Course

2020-06-08
WIP
CMB6_9A

The functional and/or physical characteristics or hardware/software as set forth in technical documentation and achieved in a product.

What is Configuration Management?

A discipline applying technical and administrative direction and surveillance to (a) identify and document the functional and physical characteristics of a configuration item, (b) control changes to those characteristics, and (c) record and report change processing and implementation status.

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Electronic Interchange of Configuration Management Data

2020-06-08
WIP
CMB7_1A
The scope of this bulletin is to provide guidance on the use of current and future technologies for the electronic interchange of CMS data. the purpose of this guide is to ensure requirements of CM (identificaiton, control, status accounting and audit) are used as the basis for transitioning to an automated environment.
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Automated Data Management Guideline

2014-10-01
CURRENT
DMG2
This document provides guidance in the developing, managing, controlling and transmitting of data in the current electronic environment.
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Handbook: The Program Managers' Guide to the Integrated Baseline Review Process

2014-10-01
CURRENT
GEIAHB748_1
This guide clearly defines the purpose, goals, and objectives of an IBR. It also describes the attributes of an effective IBR and discusses a baseline review process that will lead to a better understanding of program risks. It provides a common definition and framework for the IBR Process. This process harmonizes, and to the extent possible, unifies the management objectives for all PMs. The IBR Process enables managers to effectively utilize the project Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) to assess performance, and to better understand inherent risks. The IBR Process should continue throughout the life of a project.
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649 Handbook

2020-02-13
WIP
GEIAHB649B
This handbook is intended to assist the user to understand the ANSI/EIA-649B standard principles and functions for Configuration Management (CM) and how to plan and implement effective CM. It provides CM implementation guidance for all users (CM professionals and practitioners within the commercial and industry communities, DoD, military service commands, and government activities (e.g., National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)) with a variety of techniques and examples. Information about interfacing with other management systems and processes are included to ensure the principles and functions are applied in each phase of the life cycle for all product categories.
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Implementation Guide for Configuration Management

2005-10-01
HISTORICAL
GEIAHB649
This handbook provides guidance about the use of CM and about CM's interface with other management systems and procedures. The paragraph numbers in this handbook map directly to the paragraph numbers in ANSI/EIA-649. It is applicable to the support of projects throughout all phases of a product's life cycle. Generic CM examples are included which may be tailored, taking into account the complexity and nature of the work and the product. It is applicable to the support of projects throughout all phases of a products life cycle. Generic CM examples are included and may be tailored to suit the complexity and nature of the work and the product. This handbook establishes a common framework for generic product life cycle CM. It addresses tailored implementation based on differences that may exist in organization policies and procedures, in the phase of the product life cycle, in the acquisition method, in the project size and complexity, and in the system requirements and development.
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