1. Reference documents. The applicable issue of any documents cited herein, including their approval dates and dates of any applicable amendments, notices, and revisions, shall be as specified in the contract.
2. Format and content. The Configuration Audit Summary Report shall be prepared in contractor format. The plan content shall be in accordance with the contractor’s processes and procedures, or as specified in the contract. The following references may be useful in further defining content: ANSI/EIA-649-1998, National Consensus Standard for Configuration
Management (paragraph 5.5.2); ISO 10007, Quality Management-Guidelines for Configuration Management; and MIL-HDBK-61, Configuration Management Guidance (paragraphs 6.2 and
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Replaced/Superseded by document(s)
Use, Relationships :
The Configuration Audit Summary Report provides text and marked-up technical documents (e.g., specifications, engineering drawings) which identify discrepancies between the material (including software) and the requirements delineated in the applicable technical documents. Depending on the type of audit, the identified discrepancies may be
attributable to the material, technical documents, or both.