BS EN 9223-104:2018 pdf download

BS EN 9223-104:2018 pdf download

BS EN 9223-104:2018 pdf download.Programme Management – Configuration Management
1 Scope
The present document is declined from the principles described in the EN 9223-100, it:
– is based on internationally-recognised concepts;
-proposes organisational principles and implementation processes for configuration management from both viewpoints: “programme”and “company”, with emphasis on the “programme”viewpoint;
– deals with configuration control but not contract management methods.
It is up to each person responsible for a programme to define the detailed methods of application and tailoring as necessary.
2 Normative references
The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
EN 9100, Quality Management Systems一Requirements for Aviation, Space and Defence Organizations
EN 9223-1001), Programme Management一Configuration Management一Part 100: A guide for the application of the principles of configuration management
EN 9223-1052, Programme Management一Configuration Management一Part 105: Glossary
EN ISO 9000, Quality Management System一Fundamentals and Vocabulary
ISO 10007:2003, Quality management system – – Guidelines for configuration management
4.2 The Configuration Control process nature
The configuration management process is composed of a set of actions and decisions (product and responsibilities-trees],set up in order to keep and improve consistent relationships between the configurations and the products trees:
– maintainingidentification (updates offunctional, llcated andproductconfiguration baselines,etc.);
– maintaining qualifications (verification of non-regression);
maintaining links between the different configurations of a same item such as, links between index of definition file and index of the technical requirement specification.
Configuration control is mainly a decisional process (preparing decision and decision making, and control of decisions implementation) meant to guarantee the overtime consistency for configuration items and associated data. As such, for a given authority, configuration control exclusively concerns
– items and data selected during the configuration identification process. This set of items and data establishes the authority’s field of competence.
The process is implemented as soon as the first configuration baseline is established.
It addresses any effects on the configuration of (see Figure 3):
– needs for technical changes (including those following the detection of defects);
– technical events and anomalies.
4.3.1 ldentifying process
The following tasks apply to all items, whether selected or not as configuration items, even though these tasks cannot be considered as Configuration Management activities. Nonetheless, an efficient configuration control process cannot be carried out without their rigorous implementation. The Configuration Management plan shall specify details of implementation.