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DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
3 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
The objective of the design requirements element of configuration management is to
document the design requirements. The design requirements define the constraints and
objectives placed on the physical and functional configuration. The design requirements
to be controlled under configuration management will envelope the safety basis and,
typically, the authorization basis. Consequently, proper application of the configuration
management process should facilitate the contractor's efforts to maintain the safety basis
and the authorization basis. Contractors must establish procedures and controls to assess
new facilities and activities and modifications to facilities and activities to identify and
document design requirements.
Facility Operations
The operations, maintenance and
Configuration
surveillance of facility systems and
equipment and the implementation
Management
of safety management programs.
Design Basis
Authorization Basis
Safety Basis
Figure 3-1 Relationship of Configuration Management to Design, Safety, and Authorization Bases
3.1
Generating and Controlling Design Requirements
3.1.1 New Facilities and New Construction
For new construction or activities for which the configuration is not currently being
managed, DOE and the contractor must formally agree on the point in time when the
contractor will initiate formal control of the configuration. The schedule may contain a
series of milestones tied to specific dates or activities. This will allow the contractor to
phase-in configuration management as design requirements are established or
construction activities are completed and turned over. Generally, when the design is
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