Section 6: Configuration Control

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1. What is the Configuration Control process and why is it necessary? 6.1

2. What are the differences between Contractor and Government Configuration control practices? 6.1

3. What is a Current Configuration Control Authority? A Current Document Control Authority; An Application Activity?

4. When a document is under configuration control, does it mean that the Government must approve changes to it? How are contractor and Government approval requirements established?, 6.1.2

5. Why do we classify engineering changes?, 6.1.2

6. What are the functions of a Configuration Control Board?

7. Why is effectivity important?

8. What information is required to make intelligent configuration control decisions? 6.1, 6.2.1, 6.2.2, 6.3.1, 6.3.2

9. What is an engineering change proposal? What does it contain? How is it processed? 6.2

10. What is a deviation? What does it contain? How is it processed? 6.3

11. Can ECPs and Deviations be prepared and submitted electronically?, 6.3.1

12. What configuration baselines are subject to configuration control? Section 5, 6.1

For correct application of this information, see NOTE on Contents page