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Test Assertions for VVSG 1.1, Volume 1, Section 8.1, September 23, 2016 (tabular)

Summary Tabular Format

 

Requirement

Assertion(s)

VVSG 1.1 Requirement 8.1a:

 

Voting system manufacturers shall implement a quality assurance and configuration management program that is conformant with the recognized ISO standards in these areas:

  1. ISO 9000:2005;
  2. ISO 9001:2000; and
  3. ISO 10007:2003.

TA81a-1: Voting system manufacturers SHALL provide evidence of conformance to ISO 9000:2005 (Quality Management Systems – Fundamentals and Vocabulary) OR to newer version of ISO 9000.

 

TA81a-1-1: Evidence of conformance MAY be shown through a certificate from a third-party certification body.

 

TA81a-1-2: Evidence of conformance MAY be shown by producing an audit report from an authorizing body.

 

TA81a-2: Voting system manufacturers SHALL provide evidence of conformance to ISO 9001:2000 (Quality Management Systems – Requirements) OR to a newer version of ISO 9001.

 

TA81a-2-1: Evidence of conformance MAY be shown through a certificate from a third-party certification body.

 

TA81a-2-2: Evidence of conformance MAY be shown by producing an audit report from an authorizing body.

 

TA81a-3: Voting system manufacturers SHALL provide evidence of conformance to ISO 10007:2003 (Guidelines for Configuration Management) OR to a newer version of ISO 10007.

 

TA81a-3-1: Evidence of conformance MAY be shown through a certificate from a third-party certification body.

 

TA81a-3-2: Evidence of conformance MAY be shown by producing an audit report from an authorizing body.

 

Created September 21, 2016, Updated October 19, 2016