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The purpose of this document (Checklist) is to assist a company to determine if their "software" supplier(s) meet the requirements of Standard ISO/IEC 90003:2014 Software engineering: Guidelines for the application of ISO 9001:2008 to computer software. This document is designed to be used to:
- determine if a potential supplier has in place the key software process (artifacts), or
- qualify a supplier as approved for use, or
- provide a checklist for audit or review of a supplier.
The process of defining what is necessary for compliance with a quality management process standard such as "ISO/IEC 90003:2014" is often confusing and laborious because the directions contained in the standards are unclear or ambiguous. To aid in determining what is actually "required" by the document in the way of physical evidence of compliance, the experts at SEPT have produced this checklist. All our checklists are constructed around a classification scheme of physical evidence comprised of policies, procedures, plans, records, documents, audits, and reviews. There must be an accompanying record of some type when an audit or review has been accomplished. This record would define the findings of the review or audit and any corrective action to be taken. For the sake of brevity this checklist does not call out a separate record for each review or audit. In these checklists, "manuals, reports, scripts and specifications" are included in the document category. When the subject standard references another standard for physical evidence, the checklist does not call out the full requirements of the referenced standard, only the expected physical evidence that should be available.
The author has carefully reviewed the document "ISO/IEC 90003:2014 Software Engineering: Guidelines for the application of ISO 9001:2008 to computer software" and defined the physical evidence required based upon this classification scheme. If a document is called out more than one time, only the first reference is stipulated. Additionally, there are many references to ISO/IEC 12207 in ISO/IEC 90003:2014 so ISO/IEC 12207 required items have been included and are denoted by a (#).
There are occasional situations in which a procedure or document is not necessarily separate and could be contained within another document. For example, the "Design and Development Verification Procedure" could be a part of the "Design and Development Procedure". The author has called out these individual items separately to ensure that the organization does not overlook any facet of physical evidence. If the organization does not require a separate document, and an item can be a subset of another document or record, then this fact should be denoted in the detail section of the checklist for that item. This should be done in the form of a statement reflecting that the information for this document may be found in section XX of Document XYZ. If the vendor organizational requirements do not call for this physical evidence for a particular item, this should also be denoted with a statement reflecting that this physical evidence is not required and why. The reasons for the evidence not being required should be clearly presented in this statement.
General principles of this requirements checklist.
This checklist was prepared by analyzing each clause of this document for the key words that signify a policy, procedure, plan, record, document, audit, or review.
The checklist is available in PDF or Word format. The latter format allows you to more easily tailor it to your specific organization or project. It also facilitates migration to other formats, such as a spreadsheet.
SEPT ISO/IEC 90003 Supplier Checklist
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