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MSFC-PLAN-3390

ED43 CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR COUPLED GROWTH IN HYPERMONOTECTICS I (CGH)

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Organization: MSFC
Publication Date: 10 March 2004
Status: active
Page Count: 24
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INTRODUCTION

The Coupled Growth in Hypermonotectics (CGH) Configuration Management Plan (CMP) defines requirements, responsibilities, and procedures for the configuration management (CM) system that will be applied to the CGH project, and baselines controlled by the CGH Level III Configuration Control Board (CCB).

CGH configurations will be identified by baselining technical documentation at progressive project milestones. The hardware baseline will progress from requirements to detail design to hardware products through this baselining process. The contractor will control the detailed design under the System Development and Operations Support (SDOS) contract. Any changes to baselines will be controlled and verified through the CM system described in this plan and/or the contractor CM system implemented through Contract NAS8-02060.

This plan meets the requirements of MPD 1280.1, Marshall Management Manual, MWI 8040.1, Configuration Management Plan and MPG 8040.1, Configuration Management, MSFC Program Projects. Parts of this plan define the MSFC engineering and technical operations that are provided by MSFC/ED43 to support the CGH Project. Other portions of this plan describe activities that are accomplished by the SDOS contractor.

Document History

MSFC-PLAN-3390
March 10, 2004
ED43 CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR COUPLED GROWTH IN HYPERMONOTECTICS I (CGH)
INTRODUCTION The Coupled Growth in Hypermonotectics (CGH) Configuration Management Plan (CMP) defines requirements, responsibilities, and procedures for the configuration management (CM) system that...

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