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Figure 2-1 Configuration Management Interfaces


DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
DOE G 435.1-1, Implementation Guide for use with DOE M 435.1-1
DOE G 450.4-1B, Integrated Safety Management System Guide
DOE STD 1051, DOE Standard Guideline to Good Practices for Maintenance
Organization and Administration at DOE Nuclear Facilities
DOE STD 1065, DOE Standard Guideline to Good Practices For
Postmaintenance Testing at DOE Nuclear Facilities
DOE STD 1121, Internal Dosimetry
DOE STD 3003, Backup Power Sources for DOE Facilities
DOE STD 3006, Planning and Conduct of Operational Readiness Reviews
DOE STD 3011, DOE Standard Guidance For Preparation of DOE 5480.22
(TSR) and DOE 5480.23Implementation Plans
DOE STD 3024, Content of System Design Descriptions
DOE STD 6002, DOE Standard Safety of Magnetic Fusion Facilities:
Requirements
DOE STD 6003, Safety of Magnetic Fusion Facilities: Guidance
DOE Handbook (HDBK) 1101, Process Safety Management for Highly
Hazardous Chemicals
DOE HDBK 3027, DOE Handbook Integrated Safety Management Systems
(ISMS)
These Orders, Manuals, and Guides can be found on http://www.directives.doe.gov.
These Technical Standards and Handbooks can be found on http://tis.eh.doe.gov/techstds.
2.3
Configuration Management Interfaces
Configuration management supports a number of contractor organizations and initiatives
by ensuring conformance with the established design requirements. Figure 2-1 illustrates
some of these interfaces.
While the provisions in this standard necessarily overlap other provisions such as those
illustrated in Figure 2-1, these are viewed as complementary, not conflicting
requirements. The use of this standard does not preclude the use of other standards that
address particular aspects of configuration management in greater detail, such as the
application of configuration management during construction or control of equipment
status. Contractors should use the ISMS process to integrate the work performed to meet
the provisions in the configuration management process, as well as other processes. In
particular, although some elements of the safety basis requirements can be met through
configuration management processes, this standard is not intended to provide definitive
guidance on the safety analysis or design basis processes.
The following discussions illustrate some of the interfaces between configuration
management and other DOE requirements and guidance.
2-2


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