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Figure 5-1. Change Control Process


DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
changes. Contractors should assess each type of change to determine the mechanisms for
initiating changes and link them to the change control process. Contractors should
integrate the change control process into the work processes for all potential mechanisms
of changes by requiring workers and organizations to use the change control process, as
appropriate, when a change is to be made. The identification of change mechanisms is
often the most critical step to achieving effective change control. Change mechanisms
that are not identified cannot be controlled.
Once change mechanisms are defined, contractors should ensure that the change control
process is properly integrated into the procedures and other work processes for that
change mechanism. Contractors should consider eliminating or combining change
mechanisms to make changes easier to control.
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