Information on CCB
Changes to configuration items will occur throughout the project caused
by a range of event such as changes in a
requirement, changes in available technologies and products, and so on.
These changes need to be managed by a formal process
to ensure impacts are investigated and handled appropriately. Change management
is normally conducted by a group called the Change Control
While the CCB
is also called the Change Control Authority (CCA) or the
Configuration Control Board , the change management responsibilities are the
The CCB should meet regularly to
review the status of current changes, and to discuss proposed
new changes. CCB meetings may also need to be called
to process urgent changes.
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