Information on Configuration Management Plan
The Configuration Management Plan is a major systems
engineering document. The Configuration Management Plan defines the
approved configuration management process to be applied to the project.
Normally two Configuration Management Plans will be developed over the
lifecycle of the system: one developed by the contractor during
the Acquisition Phase and one by the user/customer in the
The content and layout of the Configuration Management Plan will vary from system to system and will
be determined by the customer organisation and specified in the
MIL-STD-973 is the principal configuration management standard.
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