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                          Configuration Management
                                  AP-929, Revision 1


                                                   Mike Stout
                                               Chairman
                                CMBG Steering Committee




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                          CMBG Mission

        “To provide a forum for the exchange of
        information which is useful to practitioners
        of nuclear facility configuration
        management and to act as the CM
        Community of Practice for the nuclear
        industry.


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                     Community of Practice
        – A Community of Practice (CoP) is an industry peer
          group of experts in a process or sub-process defined
          in NEI’s Standard Nuclear Performance Model. The
          group serves as the owner of that particular process
          or sub-process, managing the solution of issues for
          the industry in that area. NEI assesses CoP
          development based on six attributes: formation of a
          leadership team, a charter, cost definitions, process
          descriptions, definitions of performance indicators and
          performance improvement projects.


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                          Industry CM Issues
        •   Margin Management
        •   Fuel Performance
        •   Performance Indicators
        •   New NRC Engineering Inspections
        •   IT cost/benefit
        •   Process Orientation
        •   Eastern European plants and risk
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                          Current Initiatives
        • Planning for 2006 CMBG conference
          (June) in Richmond hosted by Dominion
          Energy.
        • Integrate CM/IM/IT Processes and resolve
          interface conflicts.
        • Complete revision to INPO AP-929 using
          CM Process model that agrees with NEI
          Standard Nuclear Performance Model
        • Pilot program to make CM performance
          indicators “workable and visible”
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                          AP-929 Team
        •   Gary Bal- INPO
        •   Mike Stout- Spescom Software, Inc.
        •   Keith Reinsmith- PPL Susquehanna
        •   Rick Harris- Duke
        •   John Parler- VC Summer
        •   Bob Hess- Diablo Canyon
        •   Larry Kidd- Dominion Energy
        •   Tom Czerniewski- Indian Point
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                          Project Motivation
        • CMBG 2001 Participants wanted focus
          on ANSI/NIRMA CM 1.0-2000 concepts
          and terminology
        • ANSI standard addresses “Objectives”
          and program elements
        • Worked with NEI on SNPM
        • Now working with INPO on AP-929

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                                               The CM Objectives



                                                        Design and
                                                         License
                                                       Requirements



                                                     What is required to
                                                          be there
                                  Must                                              Must
                                 Conform                                           Conform

                                                                                                  Facility Configuration
                                                                                                       Information
                                                                                                   Design Information

                                                                                                  Operational
                                                                                               Configuration Info
                                                          Must
                                                         Conform
                                                                                              Operating,
                  Physical                                                              Maintenance, Training
                Configuration                                                              & Procurement
                                                                                             Information

                                            Work processes must ensure that:
                 What is there                                                               What we say is there
                                           Elements conform or deviations are identified.
                                           Conformane deviations ae tracked to closure.
                                           All changes are authorized
                                           Conformance is auditable.



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                          CM Process Model
         • High level model
               • integrated processes used to return to CM
                 ‘objective’ when change occurs.
               • developed in early 2002 by CMBG task force.
               • influenced content of industry guidance
                 documents:
                  • NEI Standard Nuclear Performance Model
                  • INPO Operation Excellence Outcomes
                    enablers
               • used by CMBG to develop CM Performance
                 Indicators
         • AP-929 further details this model
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                                     CM Process Model

                             Evaluate                                                      Change
                                            Change                  Change
                            Identified                                                     Facility            Do
                                            Design        No        Physical      No                    No
                           Problem or                                                   Configuration        Nothing
                                          Requirements            Configuration
                             Desired                                                     Information          More
                                               ?                        ?
                             Change                                                           ?
 CM
                                                Yes                      Yes                   Yes
 Equilibrium           CM001*
                                                                    Physical
                                            Design                Configuration
                                          Requirements               Change
                                         Change Process           Authorization
                                                                                           Facility
                                                                     Process
                                                                                        Configuration
                                                                                         Information
                                                                                       Change Process
                                         CM002 *                CM003 *
                                                                                       CM004 *

          * CM sub-processes agree with NEI Standard Nuclear
                          Performance Model

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          TABLE OF CONTENTS
          1.       FOREWORD
          2.       TABLE OF CONTENTS
          3.       FEEDBACK AND COMMENTS
          4.       PROCESS INTEGRATION
          5.       DEFINITIONS
          6.       CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
                   OBJECTIVES
          7.       CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT PROCESS
                   FLOWCHART
          8.       CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY
                   DEFINITION
          9.       APPENDICES
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          DEFINITIONS
          •    As-built
          •    As-designed
          •    As-found
          •    Authorization Basis Information
          •    Design Authority
          •    Design Bases
          •    Design Information
          •    Design Input
          •    Design Output
          •    Design Requirement


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          DEFINITIONS (continued)
          • Facility Configuration Information
          • Graded Approach
          • Non-conformance
          • Operational Configuration
          • Operational Configuration
            Information
          • Physical Configuration
          • Structure, System, or Component

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          APPENDICES
          • A Flowcharting Conventions
          • B Design Basis
          • C Well Managed Margins
          • D Plant Modification Process
            Example
          • E Performance Indicators
          • F References


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                     AP-929 revision status
          •    Team met at INPO in late August 2004
          •    Model and outline completed
          •    Added a level of detail to model
          •    Mod example moved to Appendix
          •    Review by team complete.
          •    INPO review cycle, editorial changes.
          •    Will be on INPO website for comment
          •    Will notify all in CMBG database
          •    Expect issue by 3rd Qtr 2005.

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