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Defining the Scope of CM SSCs
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DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
Costly SSCs - SSCs that would be expensive to fix or replace or whose failure
could result in problems that could be expensive to fix;
Critical Software - Software whose proper performance is critical to the expected
performance of a safety SSC, a defense-in-depth SSC, or the safety of the nuclear
facility;
Master Equipment List (MEL) SSCs SSCs that are included in the maintenance
program; and
Adjacent SSCs - SSCs that are located adjacent to the safety or defense-in-depth
SSCs such that changes to these SSCs could negatively impact the safety or
mission of the activity.
Figure 3-3 illustrates the various sets of SSCs that should be considered by the contractor
when compiling the set of CM SSCs. The design authority should define the SSCs that
fall under each type. Some SSCs will fall under multiple designations.
Environmental
protection SSCs
Safety SSCs
Costly SSCs
Mission
MEL SSCs
CM SSCs
Critical SSCs
Adjacent
Critical
SSCs
software
Other
defense-in-depth SSCs
(including vital
safety systems not
in Safety SSCs)
FIGURE 3-3 COMPILING THE SET OF CM SSCS
Identified "systems" must have defined system boundaries and component lists. Defined
systems should contain those components necessary to accomplish the system's function
and meet the system's design requirements. Applicable design codes and standards often
define system boundaries. In addition, the following considerations may help to define
system boundaries for some facilities or activities:
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