ISO 10789 pdf download Space systems — Programme management — Information and documentation management
This International Standard describes the processes and the requirements for the management ofinformation/documentation within space programmes and projects.
The requirements specified herein apply to and affect the customer and supplier at all levels.
When viewed from the perspective of a specific project context, the requirements defined in this InternationalStandard need to be tailored to match the specific requirements of the particular profile and circumstancesof a project.
NOTE Tailoring is a process by which individual requirements of specifications, standards and related documentsare evaluated and made applicable to a specific programme or project by selection and, in some exceptional cases,modification of existing or addition of new requirements.
Defence information and documentation are not part of the scope of this International Standard.
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For datedreferences, only the edition cited applies.For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document(including any amendments) applies.
ISO 10007:2003,Quality management systems — Guidelines for configuration management
ISO10303-232, Industrial automation systems and integration—Product data representation and exchange一Part 232:Application protocol: Technical data packaging core information and exchange
3 Terms and definitions
For the purpose of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.3.1
process for ensuring timely and effective creation,collection, review, delivery, storage,and archiving ofproject information
set of resources, procedures and data required in support of project management processes
structured, encoded data that describe characteristics of information-bearing entities to aid in the identfication,discovery, assessment, and management of the described entities
certificate auto-generated by the signee
technical data package
ZIP fle containing structured collection of fles with their related metadata, to be exchanged between information systems
NOTE Adapted from ISO 10303-232.
4 Abbreviated terms
The following abbreviated terms are defned and used within this International Standard.
CAD Computer Aided Design
CD Compact Disk
CI Confguration Item
CM Confguration Management
CSAR Confguration Status Accounting Reports
DRD Document Requirements Defnition
DRL Document Requirements List
DXF Drawing Exchange Format
FTP File Transfer Protocol
IDM Information/Documentation Management
IDMP Information and Documentation Management Plan
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
IS Information System
ISMS Information Security Management System
ISO International Organization for Standardization
JPEG Joint Photographic Experts Group
PA Product Assurance
PDF Portable Document Format
RID Review Item Discrepancy
ROM Read Only Memory
SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
STEP Standard for The Exchange of Product
TDP Technical Data Package
5lnformationldocumentation management principles
5.1Information/documentation management process and objectives
Information/documentation management is the process for ensuring timely and effective creation, collection,review, delivery, storage, and archiving of project information.
Information/documentation management is applied throughout the entire life cycle of the project and ensures:
the correctness,accessibility, rapid availability, reliability and security of information provided to all theactors both internal and external to the project;
the coherence of the overall project information, thus facilitating effective and efficient use ofthe information;that all the actors who need access to information are aware of its availability, the means of access, andrelated methods and procedures;
-support to the programme/project reporting.
The main activities of the information/documentation management process, depicted in Figure 1, are:a)management and planning;
b) implementation, i.e.creation, collection, review, delivery, storage and retrieval, and archiving.5.2Informationldocumentation management planning
5.2.1 Information/documentation plan
The customer defines the information/documentation management requirements for a programme or project.These requirements are applicable to all the actors of the programme or project as defined by each levelcustomer towards his supplier(s). Each supplier produces an information/documentation management plan(IDMP) responding to his customer’s information/documentation management requirements. The IDMP issubmitted to the customer for approval.Upon customer approval, the supplier executes his own lDMP andensures that his lower tier suppliers execute their IDMP
The purpose of the IDMP is to provide all elements necessary to ensure that the implementation of theinformation/documentation management meets all customer requirements,and that it is in line with theprogramme or project organization and management structure.
The customer defines the programme or project phase during which the lDMP is prepared and approved.Each actor assigns a person responsible for implementing information/documentation management activitieswithin his programme or project team. His role, responsibilities and authorities are described in the IDMP.