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Reviewing Design Requirements cont'd - doe-std-1073-20030028


DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
additional controls to ensure that newly generated design requirements and design
basis are maintained and available,
additional procedural guidance on sources of design requirements to ensure that
an adequate design basis review is performed for potential changes to the nuclear
activity,
additional procedural guidance to ensure that designers thoroughly research the
existing design basis before issuing new designs,
additional procedural guidance to ensure that the design process produces an
adequate set of design requirements and design basis for each new design or
design change,
actions to retain source documents containing design requirements and design
basis information, and
actions and controls to ensure that the knowledge of experienced engineering and
operations personnel regarding facility design requirements and design basis is
not lost when they transfer or retire (this includes actions to collect and record
design information from personnel who recently transferred, retired, or are near
retirement).
3.5
Establishing a Design Authority
Contractors should establish the design authority for each SSC. The design authority is
the single organization responsible for establishing and maintaining the design
requirements, ensuring that design output documents accurately reflect the design basis,
and maintaining design control and ultimate technical adequacy of the design process.
When facilities or systems are turned over from one organization to another, the design
authority may also change. This may occur over a period of time. Procedures should be
developed to govern this turnover. However, at any given time, there should be a single,
defined authority for each SSC.
3.6
Reviewing Design Requirements
When the design requirements are initially established for the configuration management
process, the contractor must perform a technical management review to determine the
adequacy of these requirements. The technical management review team must include
technical managers that have broad design backgrounds and experience and represent the
various design disciplines.
In deciding whether the design requirement documentation for the CM SSCs is adequate,
the team should base its determination on the completeness, accuracy, and level of
documentation. The team should also consider the results of applicable assessments,
especially any initial configuration management assessments when performing its
assessment.
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