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USCG - COMDTINST 4130.6

COAST GUARD CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT

inactive
Organization: USCG
Publication Date: 21 September 1995
Status: inactive
Page Count: 12
scope:

a CM policy and procedures, as established by this instruction, are applicable to: (1) All Coast Guard platforms, i.e., aircraft, vessels, small boats, shore facilities and equipment, including computers and IRM systems designated for CM. Also included are all subsystems, components, support and test equipment, and training equipment or devices designated for CM. (2) All Level I, IIIA and IV major acquisition projects subject to the requirements of reference (a). (3) All non-major acquisition projects for which CM has been determined as a project requirement. (4) All major and non-major modification projects for operational assets, including Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), ShipAlts, BoatAlts and Ordalts.

b Enclosure (1) defines specific responsibilities for Coast Guard CM.

c This information does not address policies and procedures unique to any specific platform. Policy and procedural statements are written as a framework on which specific projects or operationally unique CM requirements shall be developed and implemented.

PURPOSE. This instruction is the basis for all Coast Guard Configuration Management (CM) policy and procedures. It establishes the foundation that will allow the Coast Guard to implement CM as an effective engineering management discipline. It further defines key CM concepts, elements and assigns responsibilities. As an effective management tool, CM must be tailored to the specific life cycle phase requirements of a platform or asset. The life cycle phases of an asset are acquisition (acquiring the asset), sustainment (operating and maintaining the asset) and disposal (disposition of the asset). Because the Coast Guard has assets in various life cycle phases, implementation of Coast Guard CM policy must address the specific life cycle phase of the asset. Specific policies relating to CM in the acquisition and sustainment phases will be promulgated separately.

Document History

April 17, 2019
COAST GUARD CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT POLICY
This Instruction establishes the Coast Guard Configuration Management (CM) Program as required by Reference (a). The CM program uses a multi-layered structure within the Coast Guard (CG) enterprise...
May 24, 2010
COAST GUARD CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT POLICY
PURPOSE. The purpose of this Instruction is to restate and clarify Coast Guard (CG) policy on Configuration Management (CM) and change control.
COMDTINST 4130.6
September 21, 1995
COAST GUARD CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
a CM policy and procedures, as established by this instruction, are applicable to: (1) All Coast Guard platforms, i.e., aircraft, vessels, small boats, shore facilities and equipment, including...
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