Configuration Management CMMI Ltd CM Service
The purpose of Configuration Management is to establish and maintain the integrity of work products using configuration identification, configuration control, configuration status accounting, and configuration audits. 

The Configuration Management process area involves the following:

  1. Identifying the configuration of selected work products that compose the baselines at given points in time

  2. Controlling changes to configuration items

  3. Building or providing specifications to build work products from the configuration management system

  4. Maintaining the integrity of baselines

  5. Providing accurate status and current configuration data to developers, end users, and customers

The work products placed under configuration management include the products that are delivered to the customer, designated internal work products, acquired products, tools, and other items that are used in creating and describing these work products. See the definition of “configuration management” in Appendix C, the glossary.

For Supplier Sourcing

Acquired products may need to be placed under configuration management by both the supplier and the project. Provisions for conducting configuration management should be established in supplier agreements. Methods to ensure that the data is complete and consistent should be established and maintained

CMMI Ltd can undertake product configuration management including facilitating CBB and ERB meetings.  Product 'physical (PCA) or functional (FCA)'audits can be undertaken on site or at suppliers premises.

Where appropriate configuration management tools can be implemented for documentation or software control. Subversion guide.