Quality management systems - Guidelines for configuration management (Adopted ISO 10007:2003, second edition, 2003-06-15)
This is the second edition of CAN/CSA-ISO 10007, Quality management systems — Guidelines for configuration management, which is an adoption without modification of the identically titled ISO (International Organization for Standardization) Standard 10007 (second edition, 2003-06-15). This Standard supersedes the previous edition published in 1995 (adopted ISO 10007:1995).
The ISO 9000 and 10000 family of Standards were developed by quality experts from around the world, under the auspices of ISO Technical Committee 176. Canada plays a major role in this area. The Secretariat of ISO/TC 176 is held by CSA on behalf of Canada’s member body in ISO, the Standards Council of Canada.
Canadian stakeholders participate actively in the administration and development of the ISO 9000 and 10000 family of International Standards through CSA’s national consensus development forum. The CSA Technical Committee on Quality Management is the source of Canadian experts and public input for the ISO 9000 and ISO 10000 Standards. In its capacity as the Canadian Advisory Committee to ISO/TC 176 (CAC/ISO/TC 176), the Technical Committee is responsible for:
(a) developing and submitting coordinated Canadian responses, comments, and voting actions on ISO/TC 176 documents;
(b) providing the Canadian delegates participating at international meetings of ISO/TC 176 and its Working groups; and
(c) recommending the Canadian position for delegates to take in international meetings.
This Standard was reviewed for Canadian adoption by the CSA Technical Committee on Quality Management (CAC/ISO/TC 176), under the jurisdiction of the Strategic Steering Committee on Business Management, and has been formally approved by the Technical Committee. A list of the members of the Technical Committee is available upon request. This Standard has been approved as a National Standard of Canada by the Standards Council of Canada.
This International Standard gives guidance on the use of configuration management within an organization. It is applicable to the support of products from concept to disposal.
It first outlines the responsibilities and authorities before describing the configuration management process that includes configuration management planning, configuration identification, change control, configuration status accounting and configuration audit.
Since this International Standard is a guidance document, it is not intended to be used for certification/registration purposes.