Appendix F – Additional Sources of Information on Configuration Management – Practice Standard for Project Configuration Management

Appendix F

Additional Sources of Information on Configuration Management

A list of documents and standards that may be applicable to configuration management:

[1] DoD 5200.22-M, National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM)

[2] DoD-STD-2168, Defense System Software Quality Program

[3] EIA/IEEE 632, Processes for Engineering a System

[4] EIA/IEEE 649, National Consensus Standard for Configuration Management

[5] EIA/IEEE 12207, Software Development

[6] FAA Standard 8100.7, Aircraft Certification Systems Evaluation Program

[7] FIPS PUB 152, Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML)

[8] ISO 9000 (Series), Quality Systems

[9] MIL-HDBK-61, Configuration Management Guidance

[10] MIL-STD-498, Defense Systems Software Management

[11] MIL-STD-881, Work Breakdown Structure

[12] SEI-93-TR-24, Capability Maturity Model for Software

[13] Basic Principals of Practical Configuration Management eLearning by Systems and Software Productivity Consortium [www.software.org]

[14] Horn, Steve, “Deming’s System of Profound Knowledge,” [http://home.clara.net/hornsc/spk/spk_intro.htm]

[15] Institute of Configuration Management (ICM) White Paper, “Project Management Relative to CMII,” Web source: [http://www.icmhq.com/CMII%20White%20Papers/Project_Mgmt.pdf]

[16] Kasse, T., McQuaid, P. A., Kasse Initatives, LLC, and California Polytechnic University, “Software Configuration Management for Project Leaders,” The American Society for Quality (ASQ) publications: Software Quality Professional: Volume 2, Issue 4, September 2000. Web source: [http://www.asq.org/pub/sqp/past/vol2 issue4/mcquaid.html]

[17] Morris, PWG, “Science, Objective Knowledge and the Theory of Project Management,” P I CIVIL ENG-CIV EN, Vol 150, No. 2, pp 82-90, May 2002