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DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
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The change control process should replicate the N&S Process, with roles and
responsibilities that correlate to those in the N&S Process, to ensure that changes to the
WSS set are made deliberately and are adequately justified.
C
The change control process should be well-defined, so that potential changes can be
handled "routinely," within a framework of defined tasks and responsibilities.
C
The change control process should be managed by a single organization to ensure
consistency and comprehensiveness in addressing potential changes.
C
The change control process should be integrated with existing site mechanisms for
documenting and promulgating standards so that changes can be communicated to
those who use the standards in a timely fashion.
C
The change control process should be integrated with existing processes and personnel
responsibilities for contract modification, since some changes to the WSS set may be
required.
An example of a change control process used at the Los Alamos National Laboratory that
exhibits these characteristics is presented in Appendix I.
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