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So You Don’t Want CM? 16th Annual ACDM Technical & Training Conference Presented by Steven Easterbrook, CMPIC LLC Copyright CMPIC LLC 2010.

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1 So You Don’t Want CM? 16th Annual ACDM Technical & Training Conference Presented by Steven Easterbrook, CMPIC LLC Copyright CMPIC LLC 2010

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3 Pl CM Planning 101 Id Identification 102 Ch Change Management 103 St Status Accounting 104 Va Verification & Audit 105 This is CM Periodic Table of CM Elements Copyright 2010 CMPIC LLC 3

4 ANSI/EIA-649A CM Planning & Management Configuration Identification Change Management Configuration Status Accounting Verification and Audit ITILPlanning Identification and Naming ControlStatus Accounting Verification and Audit MIL-STD-973 Retired CM Plans Configuration Identification Configuration Control Configuration Status Accounting Configuration Auditing ISO CM Planning Through CM Plan Configuration Identification Configuration Control Configuration Status Accounting Configuration Auditing CMMi Organizational policy for...the CM process Configuration Identification Configuration Control Configuration Status Accounting Configuration Audits FHA CMCM PlanningIdentificationChange ControlStatus Accounting Configuration Audits MIL-HDBK-61A Management & Planning Configuration Identification Configuration Control Configuration Status Accounting Verification and Audit NASA-STD- 5PlanningIdentification Change Management Status Accounting Verification and Audit FAA CM Planning & Management Identification Change Management Status Accounting Verification and Audit GAO FISCAM CM Plans Configuration Identification Configuration Control Configuration Status Accounting Verification and Audit PMI- Project CM Standard CM Planning Configuration Identification Configuration Change Management Status Accounting & Metrics Verification and Audit Who Stands Behind CM? Copyright 2010 CMPIC LLC 4

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12 So is This What You Really Want? No identifiers- nothing is numbered, named or identified? No structure, no baselines- what goes into what and what documents are related to what parts is unknown. What the current configuration is, is unknown. Requirements and documentation whose integrity is questionable? Whose existence is questionable. No change control. Unauthorized, unknown changes. No traceability. No recording and reporting Information (status accounting) about anything change or product related. No idea if the product conforms to whatever it is supposed to conform to. Copyright 2010 CMPIC LLC 12

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15 Those who say they do not need CM know very little about CM. Not doing CM has always been a recipe for disaster and that is why there are various industry CM standards, CM guidelines, Quality Assurance initiatives, Federal Regulations that address the need for CM type processes. Not doing CM can have a huge negative impact. The Bottom Line Copyright 2010 CMPIC LLC 15

16 About CMPIC CMPIC is the Configuration Management Process Improvement Center. The CMPIC mission is to provide high quality, cost-effective and up-to-date configuration management training, certification and consulting. We have created our configuration management certification programs, as well as our other configuration management courses with one goal in mind. To assure each student receives a complete understanding of configuration management principles, configuration management standards, and various implementation options. CMPIC configuration management training and certification courses examine all perspectives of CM rather than focusing on a single ideology. Topics covered in CMPIC courses include: configuration management planning, configuration management plans, configuration control, change management, configuration verification and configuration audit, configuration status accounting, configuration management standards/guidance documents (such as EIA-649, DOE- 1073, ISO 10007, MIL-HDBK-61A, etc), configuration management assessments and much more. Our goal is to assure that configuration management and related professionals attain a complete understanding of the configuration management landscape in all environments. Our courses, and course examples, have been written with a variety of implementation environments in mind: Software, Hardware, Information Technology (IT), Engineering, Facilities, and more. Our course material is presented using modern training techniques and a fresh perspective. Our instructors hold multiple CM certifications, have a solid track record in CM training and are active in various associations such as ACDM, TechAmerica EIA- 649 G-33 committee, ASQ and more. You'll leave our classes inspired, not tired! Onsite and public classes are available. Finally, we are people friendly…if you have any questions at all regarding CM courses or CM in general we would enjoy talking with you. Please call us at (USA EST) or go to Courses Sponsored by the University of Houston, Houston, TX USA 16

17 About the Presenter Steven Easterbrook Mr. Easterbrook is currently President of the Configuration Management Process Improvement Center (CMPIC LLC). CMPIC provides CM certification courses and CM consulting services. Steve was formerly Vice President of the Institute of Configuration Management. Steve is also a former President of the Association of Configuration and Data Management (ACDM) and is currently on ACDM's Board of Governors. He is also a member of TechAmerica G33 committee (authors of ANSI/EIA-649) and the American Society for Quality (ASQ). CM Experience He has been a contractor CM analyst, a government CM specialist and a commercial CM manager. He also has seventeen years as a CM educator, assessor and consultant. Steve has taught over students CM principles. He has also lectured to, and/or consulted with, thousands of individuals from hundreds of companies and government organizations on CM process improvement. He has also spoken at, or been keynote speaker at dozens of CM related conferences. Publications Steve has written various articles on CM for a variety of publications. He is also the editor of "The CM Resource Guide" first published in 1994 and now available at He is also the founder of the CM Trends Group on LinkedIn.www.cmpic.com/cmresourceguide.htm Education B.S Cornell University, MBA Bryant University, CMPIC Certified (University of Houston), CMIIC (Arizona State University), and CM Lead Assessor (Arizona State University). 17


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