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CALS Configuration Management SOW and CDRL Guidance

2020-10-20
WIP
CMB7_3A
the purpose of the Statement of Work is to define the Configuration Management requirements necessary to maintain and control CALS databases and provide transmission, access and receipt of digital data between contractors, subcontractors, vendors and the government. Digital data includes not only traditional configuration management documents such as specifications, drawings, and ECP's but includes all technical data listed in the CDRL. This Model SOW document will provide the government suggested SOW wording that should be included in RFP's and guidance in applying those SOW paragraphs.
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Configuration Management Requirements for Defense Contracts

2020-08-10
CURRENT
EIA649_1A
This document applies to hardware and software and provides CM requirements to be placed on contracts after being tailored by the Acquirer. The requirements have been organized by the following five CM functions: a Configuration Planning and Management b Configuration Identification c Configuration Change Management d Configuration Status Accounting e Configuration Verification and Audit
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Computer Software Libraries

2020-06-09
WIP
CMB4_3A
Computer software libraries are an essential element of a software configuration management (CM) system. However, the term, "library" while commonly used in the world of software, has had no significance in the field of CM until recently. Further, even in the software, world, the term has several different meanings. The purpose of this bulletin is to relate the term to the software CM system, e.g., the role of a library in the release of software. It describes the three types of libraries which are involved in the system, it discusses the principles and factors which affect their design and it presents a model, including samples o records and forms. Also included is a "univerals" position description for a librarian.
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Configuration and Data Management References

2020-06-09
WIP
CMB6_1D
The purpose of this Bulletin is to provide a listing of available government and industry references for CM and DM. This listing is a guide in selecting appropriate reading material and text for college curricula, as well as material for anyone interested in researching these subjects.
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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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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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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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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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Reviews and Configuration Audits

2020-06-08
WIP
CMB6_6A

The objective of this course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the concepts and principles involved in the Review and Configuration Audit 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.

Technical review and product audit practices described in this text are based on Government requirements. This emphasis is made because the Department of Defense DOD) represents a major customer of goods and services and because the referenced specifications and standards reflect good business practices refined over many years of usage. For commercial companies producing items for other companies or the public, many of these reviews and audits may not be formally implemented. They are, however, an integral and essential part of the systems engineering process.

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Configuration and Data Management In-House Training Plan

2020-06-08
WIP
CMB6_2A
This training program is designed to introduce and examine the principles of Configuration and Data Management. The program will present an overview of the origin and evoluation of Configuration/Data Management and define the elements of identification, control, status accounting, audits and data requirements, tracking and monitoring. This program will also explore the relationship between Configuration/Data Management and other organizations/elements and their involvement in the system life cycle.
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Configuration Change Control for Digital Computer Programs

2020-06-08
WIP
CMB4_4A

The very nature of configuration management is the control of the configuration. This was the initial premise under which the control discipline was established and, later, formalized in DoD-D-5010.19 (1969) into a statement which defined control as: "The systematic evaluation, coordination, approval or disapproval, and implementation of all approved changes in the configuration of a configuration item after formal establishment of its configuration identification."

What this definition does not impart is the scope and magnitude of the configuration change control task, or the rationale for configuration changes. The purpose of this bulletin is to describe the software change control process in the context of a structured programming environment.

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International and National Quality Standards Index

2020-06-08
WIP
EIA765B
This index is presented to provide a quick reference of international and national quality standards and publications that support general quality system elements. This reference is a list of quality standards a company may with to consider when implementing or improving their quality system.
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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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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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Configuration Management Standard

2019-02-07
CURRENT
EIA649C
This standard defines five CM functions and their underlying principles. The functions are detailed in Section 5. The principles, highlighted in text boxes, are designed to individually identify the essence of the related CM function and can be used to collectively create a checklist of “best practice” criteria to evaluate a CM program. The CM principles defined in this standard apply equally to internally focused enterprise information, processes, and supporting systems (i.e., Enterprise CM - policy driven, supporting the internal goals needed to achieve an efficient, effective and lean enterprise), as well as to the working relationships supported by the enterprise (i.e., Acquirer/Supplier CM - contracted relationship to support external trusted interaction with suppliers).
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Configuration Management Requirements for NASA Enterprises

2018-10-22
WIP
EIA649-2A
This Standard applies to all products produced by NASA Headquarters and NASA Centers, including Component Facilities and Technical and Service Support Centers. This Standard may also apply to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and suppliers/service providers to the extent specified in their agreements with NASA. This Standard may be cited in the CM requirements of NASA Headquarters, NASA Centers, Programs, Projects, and Supplier agreements.
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Manufacturing Message Specification – Service Definition and Protocol

2016-06-28
CURRENT
EIA511
The Manufacturing Message Specification is an application layer Standard designed to support messaging communications to and from programmable devices in a Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) environment. This environment is referred to in this Standard as the manufacturing environment. This Standard does not specify a complete set of services for remote programming of devices, although provision of such a set of services may be the subject of future standardization efforts.
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