Central Data Repository Project Management

June 2005
Audit Report 05-022


CDR CHANGE CONTROL PROCESS

  1. A member of the CDR development team submits a change request for a needed CDR modification.
  2. CDR administrative support personnel logs in the CR.
  3. The CR submitter schedules a meeting with the Change Control Board (CCB) Chairman and CDR project manager.
  4. The submitter, CCB Chairman, and project manager review the CR and if the CR is not approved, the CR is closed.
  5. If the CR is approved, the CDR project team must determine the cost, schedule or functionality of the CR.
  6. If there is no change to the cost or schedule, resources will be assigned to implement the CR, the necessary work will be performed and the CR will be closed.
  7. If there is a change to the cost or schedule, the entire CCB will review the CR.
  8. If the CCB does not approve the CR, the CR will be closed.
  9. If the CR is approved, the FFIEC Task Force, CDR Steering Committee and the contracting officer must also review the CR and if this group does not approve the CR it will be closed.
  10. If the CR is approved, a determination is made if there is an additional cost and if there is no additional cost, resources will be assigned to implement the CR, the necessary work will be performed and the CR will be closed.
  11. If there is an additional cost the FFIEC Task Force on Reports and the contracting officer must provide approval or the CR will be closed.
  12. Final approval for any cost increase must be given by the head or designee of FRB, FDIC and OCC. If not approved, the CR is closed.
  13. If the agencies approval is granted a contract task order will be issued and, resources will be assigned to implement the CR, the necessary work will be performed and the CR will be closed.
  14. Administrative personnel will prepare a decision summary when action on the CR is complete.
Last updated 7/27/2005