Configuration Management (CM) Support

The goal of Configuration Management (CM) is to ensure the consistency of performance and functional attributes related to a Configuration Management Item (CMI) throughout its lifecycle by utilizing a Configuration Management Plan (CMP).  Our CM process revolves around four procedures:

  • Configuration identification – Identifying aspects that define a configuration item.
  • Configuration control – The process of approving and changing configuration items’ attributes and establishing a new version.
  • Configuration status accounting – A process of identifying and reporting the baseline version of a configuration item.
  • Configuration audits – The process of ensuring intended functional and physical attributes are maintained throughout the implementation of a change.