This book addresses how to meet the specific documentation requirements in support of the ISO 9001 software process definition, documentation, and improvement, which is an integral part of every software engineering effort. It provides a set of templates that support the documentation required for basic software project control and management. The book provides specific support for organizations that are pursuing software process improvement efforts.
Table of Contents
Preface. 1. Introduction and Overview. 2. Summary of ISO 9001. 3. Relationship to Software Engineering Standards. 4. Implementation Guidance. 5. 12207 Primary Life Cycle Processes and ISO 9001. 6. 12207 Supporting Life Cycle Processes and ISO 9001. 7. 12207 Organization Processes and ISO 9001. 8. ISO 9001 for Small Projects. Appendix A: IEEE Standards Abstracts. Appendix B: Comparison of ISO 9001 to IEEE Standards. Appendix C: Work Products. Appendix D: ISO/IEC Guidance. Appendix E: ISO/IEC 900003 Mapping to ISO/IEC 12207. Appendix F: CD ROM Reference Summary. References. Index. About the Authors.
SUSAN K. LAND, a Software Program Manager for Northrop Grumman Corporation, is Chair of the IEEE Computer Society's Standards Advisory Board, and a member of its Board of Governors. She is also on the IEEE Computer Society's Software and Systems Engineering Standards Committee and its Professional Practices Committee. She is a Northrop Grumman Technical Fellow, an IEEE Computer Society Certified Software Development Professional, and the author of Jumpstart CMM/CMMI Software Process Improvement: Using IEEE Software Engineering Standards (Wiley). JOHN W. WALZ, has held leadership positions in hardware and software development, engineering, quality planning, quality auditing, quality standards implementation, and strategic planning at Lucent Technologies. Mr. Walz serves on the U.S. Technical Advisory Group to ISO Technical Committee 176: Quality Management and Quality Assurance and is a member of the IEEE Computer Society's Standards Advisory Board as well as its Software and Systems Engineering Standards Committee.