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Are all waivers closed?
Are the resources in place, or financially
planned and approved to support the system
during its operational lifetime? Results of Review — As a result of successful
ORR completion, the system is ready to assume normal
operations and any potential hazards due to launch or
flight operations have been resolved through use of
redundant design or changes in operational procedures.
Purpose — The Decommissioning Review (DR)
confirms that the reasons for decommissioning are valid
and appropriate, and examines the current system
status and plans for disposal.
Timing —When major items within the system
are no longer needed to complete the mission.
Objectives—The objectives of the DR are to:
• • •
• Establish that the state of the mission and or
system requires decommissioning/disposal.
Possibilities include no further mission need,
broken degraded system elements, or phase out
of existing system assets due to a pending
decommissioning, disposal, and any transition
are correct, current and appropriate for current
Establish that resources are in place to support
Ensure that archival plans have been completed
for essential mission and project data. NASA Systems Engineering Handbook
Management Issues in Systems Engineering
Criteria for Successful Completion —The following items compose a checklist to aid in determining
readiness of DR product preparation:
• Are reasons for decommissioning/disposal well
Is the disposal plan completed and compliant
with local, state, and federal environmental
Does the disposal plan address the disposition
of existing hardware, software, facilities, and
Have disposal risks been addressed?
Have data archival plans been defined?
Are sufficient resources available to complete
the disposal plan?
Is a personnel transition plan in place? Results of Review —A successful DR
completion assures that the decommissioning and
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