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Subscribers can view annotate, and download all of SAE's content. Configuration Management Standard Implementation Guide. View Details. Supply Chain Risk Management Guideline. This standard defines five CM functions and their underlying principles. The functions are detailed in Section 5.

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Its purpose is to assist them in planning for and implementing effective DoD configuration management activities and practices during all life cycle phases of defense systems and configuration items. It supports acquisition based on performance specifications, and the use of industry standards and methods to the greatest practicable extent.

EIA scheduled for initial draft publication in January EIA facilitates the interoperability and exchange of configuration management data. The level of interoperability between dissimilar systems is determined by trading partner agreement. The extensible markup language XML facilitates data sharing and exchange among different systems.

EIA provides a set of standard definitions and business objects that can be used by XML frameworks in interfacing the content elements among one or more systems or databases. Configuration management activity must be applied to items at a level that is consistent with acquisition strategy, protects the interests of the government, and flexibly accommodates contractor standard methodology.

With a major share of configuration control authority shifted to contractors, the DoD configuration management activity must still continue to provide assurance of supportability and interoperability of military equipment and software. This responsibility requires careful planning and implementation of a DoD configuration management strategy that is in concert with the acquisition, logistic support, and maintenance philosophy of each given material item.

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Instead, this document provides a standardized definition and explanation for configuration management CM while also providing the rationale for the various CM processes. In addition to standardizing the understanding of configuration management, EIA provides a rational basis upon which to apply good judgment in both planning for and executing CM across the enterprise. EIA is an internationally recognized consensus standard. This standard states that when configuration management principles are applied using effective practices, return on investment is maximized and product life cycle costs are reduced. The essence of configuration management has universal applicability across the broad spectrum of commercial and government enterprises. This standard fulfills the important function of providing a rational basis upon which to apply good judgment in both planning for and executing CM across the enterprise. This Standard provides a template of CM requirements and user guidance for tailoring the requirements for each unique use case.

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Its purpose is to assist them in planning for and implementing effective DoD configuration management activities and practices during all life cycle phases of defense systems and configuration items. It supports acquisition based on performance specifications, and the use of industry standards and methods to the greatest practicable extent. EIA scheduled for initial draft publication in January EIA facilitates the interoperability and exchange of configuration management data. The level of interoperability between dissimilar systems is determined by trading partner agreement. The extensible markup language XML facilitates data sharing and exchange among different systems.

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