What is a Change Control Board (CCB)?

Change Control Board Definition

A change control board (CCB) is comprised of internal teams of subject matter experts (e.g., engineering, quality, purchasing, manufacturing) and often includes supply chain partners. CCB members review engineering change requests (ECRs) and engineering change orders (ECOs) to determine if the proposed product designs should be approved, released, and ultimately manufactured.

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