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Configuration Management (CM)

Configuration Management (CM) and Software Configuration Management (CM) are areas of particular focus at QVISE. We use industry-standard practices, including MIL-STD-973, MIL-HDBK-61B, and SAE-EIA649C, to ensure our rigorous and practical processes.

We also use the American Handbook for ESWBS as an Identifier for Configuration Items (CI) and perform indenturing based on Volume II of the same ESWBS Handbook to ensure every aspect of your project is carefully documented and tracked.

QVISE utilizes our proprietary software, QVISE ILS CAMS (Computer Aided Management System), to maintain your platforms' As-Built and Maintained Configuration, with detailed information on systems, subsystems, and components - even down to the minor details like a keel, bottom plugs, and tanks in ships.

To guarantee complete traceability and accountability, we carefully document all changes to the configuration and maintain thorough records. Additionally, we can modify our procedures at any time to meet your project's requirements for compliance with particular standards defined by you as the customer.

When you work with QVISE, you can trust that your Configuration Management (CM) and Software Configuration Management (CM) needs are in expert hands.

Elements Of Configuration Management (CM) (CM)

CM Planning & Management

We understand the critical importance of effectively managing Configuration Items (CIs) in any B2B project. That's why we develop Configuration Management (CM) (CM) planning documents that reflect the efficiency and appropriate application of CM principles and practices to the identified context and environment.

Our CM planning documents include a general product definition and scope and a description of CM activities and procedures for each major CM function. We also outline the organization, roles, responsibilities, and resources involved in the CM process, along with definitions of key terms and programmatic and organizational interfaces.

Additionally, our CM planning documents include deliverables, milestones, schedules, and subcontract flow-down requirements. These documents become the configuration baseline for implementing CM activities and defining the roles and responsibilities of the team involved.

By developing robust CM planning documents, our computer-aided facility management ensures that all CIs are tracked and managed effectively throughout the project's lifecycle, which helps to minimize risks and ensure project success.