What is a Document Change Request (DCR)?

Document Change Request Definition

A document change request (DCR) is a type of change request used to describe a proposed change to documents (e.g., standard operations, procedures, instructions). The DCR initiates the change process and promotes discussions with the affected team. Upon approval, the DCR is released and a document change order (DCO) is used to implement the change request.

What is a Document Change Request

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Why are change request procedures documented?

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Do project documents need change request?

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What should be included in a change request?

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Why is it important to document change requests What happens if a development team doesn't?

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