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Figure 5-2 Technical Review of Changes


DOE-STD-1073-2003
Configuration Management
The change control package will be used when performing the reviews of the proposed
change. It should define the methods and acceptance criteria for the post-modification
testing. The change control package should be revised, updated, and supplemented as the
review progresses. It should contain a copy of all approvals. Once the proposed change
is approved for implementation, the change control package will be used to facilitate
implementation.
Appendix F provides sample change control packages.
5.3
Reviewing Changes
The change control process must involve a formal change control review for each
proposed change. The change control review must include a technical review and a
management review. The technical review should be interdisciplinary, except where the
change is so isolated as to not impact the efforts of more than one discipline. The
management review should ensure that management considerations, such as funding,
have been adequately considered prior to approving the change for implementation. The
results of both reviews must be formally documented. Finally, some changes will need to
be reviewed under the DOE-approved USQ process for the facility or activity in
accordance with the requirements of 10 CFR Part 830. The USQ review may be
performed concurrent with the technical and management reviews, but it must reflect the
final configuration of the change. In addition, if during the management review
modifications are made to the proposed change, those modifications must also receive a
technical review.
Changes to computer software that is used to support safety functions or safety
applications must also be considered under the change control process.
Design changes should be subject to the same level of management and technical review
as applicable to the original design.
5.3.1 Performing Technical Reviews of Changes
The change control process must contain provisions for a formal, multidisciplinary
technical review to be performed for proposed changes to assess the impacts of the
proposed changes to the facility, activity, or operation. The technical review must verify
that:
the facility, activity, or operation will continue to operate safely and provide
adequate protection to workers, the public, and the environment;
the contractor's ability to continue to meet safety and environmental
requirements, performance criteria, permit requirements, or any other applicable
state or Federal requirement is not negatively affected;
the mission can continue to be achieved;
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