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3 Compare to external constraints The enterprise analyzes and compares the established requirements baseline against external constraints to ensure that the speciÞed technical requirements correctly represent, and stay within, applicable national and international laws (including environmental protection, hazardous material exclusion lists, waste handling, and social responsibility laws); correctly state external interface requirements with existing or evolving systems, platforms, or products; include applicable general speciÞcation and standard provisions affecting the development; and adequately deÞne competitive product capabilities and characteristics.
31 IEEE Std 1220-1998 IEEE STANDARD FOR APPLICATION AND MANAGEMENT b) Test procedures for components, assemblies, subsystems, and products were completed and were accurate; c) The system and products were conÞrmed ready for test; d) Tests were conducted in accordance with established procedures; e) An audit trail from design reviews, held after detailed design, is established with changes substantiated, and all component, subsystem, and system products meet speciÞcation requirements; f) Risk-handling procedures are satisfactory for production; g) Evolutionary development requirements and plans have been reÞned; h) Planning is complete and procedures, resources, and other requisite people, products, and processes are available (or programmed to be available) to initiate production, distribution, operations, support, training, disposal, and evolutionary development (if any).
Component requirements should be allocated among the subcomponents in a manner which ensures that requirements traceability is maintained in both directions. 26 Copyright © 1999 IEEE. All rights reserved. 2 Component risks The enterprise should mitigate component-level risks that were assessed to be critical to component development during subsystem deÞnition. For critical component risks, simulations, scale model tests, or prototype tests should be used to demonstrate mitigation to an acceptable risk level with respect to cost, schedule, and/or performance.