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Document ID:   EIA-649-C       Scroll down to access document images

Overview
Title:  Configuration Management Standard
Scope:  This standard defines five CM functions and their underlying principles. The functions are detailed in Section 5. The principles, highlighted in text boxes, are designed to individually identify the essence of the related CM function and can be used to collectively create a checklist of “best practice” criteria to evaluate a CM program.
Status:  Active Adoption Date:  10-SEP-2019      
  Next Review Due:  08-SEP-2024
SESS Doc Category:   Electronic Components Industries Association (ECIA)  

Responsibilities
Lead Standardization Activity:  SE  Director, Systems Engineering  
  Adopting Activity: NM  Department of the Navy Standardization Office, DASN (RDT&E) (DepSO)
Coordination:  Full  
Army Custodian:  AR   US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, Armaments Center  
Navy Custodian:  NM   Department of the Navy Standardization Office, DASN (RDT&E) (DepSO)  
Air Force Custodian:  11   Air Force Life Cycle Management Center - Aircraft Systems  
DLA Custodian:  CC   DLA Land and Maritime  
Other Custodian:  SE   Director, Systems Engineering  

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