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DOE-HDBK-1148-2002
With respect to feasibility of the proposed WSS set, the Confirmation Team is expected to
assess the credibility of the Convened Group's demonstration on this point. The Confirmation
Team is not expected to develop a completely independent verification of feasibility. Subject
matter experts should be provided to the Confirmation Team to augment the team with detailed
knowledge if required. The individuals selected for membership on the Confirmation Team
should be capable of rationally developing and articulating their judgments and should have the
ability to judge the feasibility of the WSS set.
9.5
Selecting the Identification and Confirmation Teams
Once the criteria for team selection have been established, the process of selecting and
notifying the team members should proceed. Members selected should be able to dedicate
themselves for the period of time allotted to develop/confirm the comprehensive list of
standards. For this process to work effectively, managers should support the assignment of
qualified individuals to these teams. The Process Leader may consider the assignment of
personnel within subteams to efficiently address selection of standards within specific
disciplines. Selection of effective subteam leaders is an important step to ensuring that the
identification efforts are closely coordinated, well managed, and that good communications
among the subteams and the Process Leader are established. Examples of organizational
structures established to conduct the N&S Process are included in Appendix D.
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