MIL-HDBK-61A: Configuration Status Accounting (CSA)

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1. What is Configuration Status Accounting? What is its purpose? 7.1

2. Does the Government need to do configuration status accounting? What are the basic differences between Government and contractor CSA? 7.2

3. How does the process vary over the life cycle? What are the CSA tasks to be accomplished? What are the outputs from CSA and how are they used? 7.1, 7.2

4. What processes have to be in place in order for a complete status accounting process to be possible? 7.2, 7.3

5. How can a status accounting process be evaluated? 7.3

6. What information should be captured over the life cycle of the program? What information does the contractor capture? What are the inputs that the Government needs over the life cycle? 7.2, 7.3

7. How can a consistent array of information between the Government and prime/subcontractors and vendors be achieved? 7.2, 7.3

8. How should CSA be tailored to meet the needs of a specific program? 7.3


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