The Automotive SPICE Process Assessment Model (PAM) has been developed by consensus of the car manufacturers within the Automotive Special Interest Group (SIG) of the joint Procurement Forum / SPICE User Group under the Automotive SPICE initiative.
The Automotive SPICE Process Assessment Model (PAM) is available for use when performing conformant assessments of the software process capability of automotive suppliers in accordance with the requirements of ISO/IEC 15504-2.
The Automotive SPICE Process Reference Model (PRM) is used in conjunction with the Automotive SPICE Process Assessment Model (PAM) when performing an assessment.
The Automotive SPICE Process Reference Model (PRM), which is defined in a separate document, is derived from Annex F and H of ISO/IEC 12207 AMD1: 2002 and ISO/IEC 12207 AMD2: 2004. It contains a sub set of the processes with minor editorial changes together with a number of other changes to reflect consistency in use of terminology and application in the automotive sector.
The FULL scope of Automotive SPICE contains ALL the processes from the ISO/IEC 15504 Process Reference Model (PRM). The fact that some processes have not been included within the Automotive SPICE PRM does not mean that they are not valid.
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