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For 20+ years Software Engineering Process Technology (SEPT) has produced checklists for standards that address software issues. This is a checklist for ISO/IEC/IEEE 90003:2018, another checklist related to quality standards. The purpose of the checklist is to define clearly all the policy, procedure, plan, records, document, audits or reviews that the underlying standard calls out, either required or suggested. If an organization does a gap analysis between what they do (or planned to do) and what the checklist calls out they can establish a firm statement of work to be in compliance with ISO/IEC/IEEE 90003:2018 and ISO 9001:2015

ISO/IEC/IEEE 90003 will provide your organization with guidance and support to meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 for systems and software developed, operated or maintained by your organization. This standard can be used by any organization, regardless of size, type and activity. To document that an organization has met the requirements of ISO 9001:2015, the standard recommends that the organization produce and use certain quality artifacts (Procedure, Policy, Plan, Records, Document, Audits and Review). However, what constitutes physical evidence (Artifacts) to meet the guidance outlined in ISO/IEC/IEEE 90003 is sometimes difficult to identify. To bridge this gap the author and SEPT experts have identified items of physical evidence called out in the standard based on their knowledge of the document and their experience in the quality field. Each item of physical evidence that was identified by these experts is listed in the checklist as; policy, procedure, plan, records, document, audits or reviews.

The SEPT 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. All procedures should be reviewed but the checklist does not call out a review for each procedure, unless the standard calls out the procedure review. In this checklist, "manuals, reports, scripts and specifications" are included in the document category. In the procedure category, guidelines are included when the subject standard references another standard for physical evidence. The checklist does not call out the requirements of the referenced standard.

The author has carefully reviewed the Standard ISO/IEC/IEEE 90003:2018 and defined the physical evidence required based upon this classification scheme. SEPT's engineering department has conducted a second review of the complete list and baseline standard to ensure that the documents' producers did not leave out a physical piece of evidence that a "reasonable person" would expect to find. If an artifact is called out more than one time, only the first reference is stipulated. If an artifact is required by ISO 9001:2015 it appears in the checklist without appended symbol. If an item is "suggested" by ISO 9001:2015 it appears with an appended asterisk (*). If an item is "suggested" by ISO/IEC/IEEE 90003 guidelines it appears in the checklist with an appended hash (#). In this way traceability of requirements and suggested items to both standards is possible.

Note: These notations are listed in the footnotes for each section

The SEPT 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. All procedures should be reviewed but the checklist does not call out a review for each procedure, unless the standard calls out the procedure review. In this checklist, "manuals, reports, scripts and specifications" are included in the document category. In the procedure category, guidelines are included when the subject standard references another standard for physical evidence. The checklist does not call out the requirements of the referenced standard.

The checklist is available in PDF or word format. The latter format allows you to tailor the document to your business case or the media that your organization wants to use the checklist in such as excel web page format or any other end product type in order to meet compliance with the standard in the most efficient way possible.

The checklist comes with 4 hours of free consultation, from experts that have firsthand knowledge of the underlying standard, to answer questions on the standards and checklists and is valid for 60 days after purchase of the product.
 

Document History

  1. SEPT ISO/IEC/IEEE 90003:2018 Checklist

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    SEPT Evidence Product Checklist for Standard ISO/IEC/IEEE 90003:2018. Software engineering - Guidelines for the Application of ISO 9001:2015 to computer software

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  2. SEPT ISO/IEC 90003 Checklist Product 81


    SEPT Evidence Product Checklist for ISO/IEC 90003:2014. Software Engineering: Guidelines for the Application of ISO 9001:2008 to Computer Software

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  3. SEPT ISO/IEC 90003 Checklist


    SEPT ISO/IEC 90003:2004 Checklist Product 23

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