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DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
5.1.5 Developing Efficient Configuration Management Processes
The change control process should be efficient to ensure that it is used effectively. Forms
and procedures should be easy to use and understand, particularly as the change control
process will need to be used by individuals from a number of organizations with varied
backgrounds and experience. To be effective, forms and procedures should:
facilitate complete and timely change identification and control,
be easy to use and encourage participants to use them, and
provide for management tracking and reporting.
5.2
Documenting Proposed Changes
5.2.1 Documenting Proposed Changes
The change control process must include provisions for the initiator of the proposed
change to document the proposed change including:
a unique identifier for the proposed change
a description of the proposed change sufficient to support technical and
management reviews prior to approval;
the name and organization of the requester;
a description of the potentially affected SSCs;
the reason for the proposed change;
a list of the alternative solutions considered and the results;
the date by which the decision about the change needs to be completed to
facilitate timely implementation or to allow implementation to occur concurrent
with other activities, such as a planned maintenance shutdown;
constraints; and
any other information needed to review, track, approve, or process the proposed
change.
Appendix E contains a sample change request.
5.2.2 Using Change Control Packages
The design authority should prepare a change control package consistent with the design
process and controls for the proposed change. The change request should be verified to
be accurate and appended to the change control package. The change control package
should also include drawings, analysis, procedures, instructions and other documents
needed to properly assess, implement, verify, and validate the proposed change. If a
work control document is being used to initiate the change, it should be included in the
change control package.
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