Space systems - Programme management - Part 1: Structuring of a project
|Publication Date:||15 July 2011|
|ICS Code (Space systems and operations):||49.140|
This part of ISO 14300 addresses the space programme/project management requirements, applicable through a top-down approach in a contractual relationship between customers and suppliers.
NOTE The term programme is understood to be a group of several projects. Both "programme" and "project" may be used in the same context throughout this part of ISO 14300.
The applicable requirements for product assurance are given in ISO 14300-2. Annex A of this part of ISO 14300 gives the general ISO standards framework for space systems programme management.
This part of ISO 14300 is intended to be used as a basis when establishing and negotiating customer project management requirements, and guiding the supplier's responses.
- a clear definition of the roles, responsibilities and authorities of the different customers and suppliers;
- coherence between their activities;
- communication capability between them;
- stable and rigorous project organization; and
- as far as possible, standardization of the rules applicable to various programmes/projects.
It still allows for supplier flexibility in its implementation and tailoring.