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E1: 30: Engineering Change Order (ECO) and Change Request (ECR) Process Flow (P48020, R30510) (Doc ID 2212257.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 30, 2019

Engineering Change Management to create, plan, review, approve, and implement engineering change orders and engineering change requests for any types of changes that involve adding a new part, changing an existing part, replacing an old part with a new part, or removing an existing item.

Engineering change orders (ECOs) are numbered documents that you use to track product changes within Engineering Change Management. After you have tested and approved an ECO, you can implement it and modify the standard product or process.

Engineering change requests (ECRs) are numbered documents that you use to track requested product changes within Engineering Change Management. After you have tested and approved an ECR, you can convert it to an ECO and implement it using the ECO processes.

The procedures for ECOs and ECRs are the same, except that you must use order type EN when you set up, review, or approve ECOs; and you must use order type EG when you set up, review, or approve ECRs.

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