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ISO IEC IEEE 15289:2019 pdf free

ISO IEC IEEE 15289:2019 pdf free.Systems and software engineering – Content of life-cycle information items
Data records gain their value from being combined with other records in a set, typically by inclusion in structured databases, registers, or repositories where the individual records are available for retrieval and analysis. Records hold the factual data (evidence) for the other generic information types. Data can be aggregated into records, and these records may be included in a report which is already defined as a particular information item (e.g., test report), or they may exist separately for other uses defined by the project. A single record, a selection of records, or a complete listing of the repository’s contents is not suitable for issuance as a complete communication product as are the information items documents) such as a plan or procedure. The information items (documents) are produced and communicated for human use and contain formal elements (such as purpose, scope, and summary), intended to make
them usable by their intended audience.
Life-cycle data results from the execution of the process or service management system activities and tasks. Data can be a work product or an element in other information items. Many of the clauses in ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015 and ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207:2017 require life-cycle data to be produced or recorded. However, the clauses of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015 and ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207:2017 do not dictate the content, location, format, or media to be used to record and maintain the data. When choosing appropriate data to be recorded, record managers should also determine where in the organization or project’s record-keeping systems the data should be recorded. Records may be maintained in databases,registers, repositories, archives, or other data management systems. Organizations or projects shall establish record retention policies in consideration of system life-cycle and organizational or service management needs for the data. Clause 9 defines the content of generic records and recommends content for specific records.
NOTE Requirements and guidance for records management are found in ISO 16175-1.ISO IEC IEEE 15289 pdf download.

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