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AS/NZS ISO/IEC 19770.

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ISO/IEC 19770-1:2006

AS/NZS ISO/IEC 19770.1:2007


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Australian/New Zealand Standard


Information technologySoftware asset management Part 1: Processes

AS/NZS ISO/IEC 19770.1:2007 This Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard was prepared by Joint Technical Committee IT-015, Software and Systems Engineering. It was approved on behalf of the Council of Standards Australia on 3 November 2006 and on behalf of the Council of Standards New Zealand on 17 November 2006. This Standard was published on 17 January 2007.

The following are represented on Committee IT-015: Australian Computer Society Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association Australian Information Industry Association Australian Society for Technical Communication, NSW Australian Software Metrics Association Engineers Australia/ACS Joint Board in Software Engineering Griffith University National Association of Testing Authorities Australia National ICT Australia New Zealand Organisation for Quality Software Quality Association (ACT) Software Quality Association, NSW Systems Engineering Society of Australia Telstra Corporation The University of Queensland University of Auckland, NZ University of South Australia University of Technology, Sydney Vendor Interests New Zealand

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This Standard was issued in draft form for comment as DR 06489.

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Information technologySoftware asset management Part 1: Processes

First published as AS/NZS ISO/IEC 19770.1:2007.

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PREFACE
This Standard was prepared by the Joint Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand Committee IT-015, Software and Systems Engineering. The objective of this Standard is to establish a baseline for an integrated set of processes for Software Asset Management (SAM). This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from ISO/IEC 19770-1:2006, Information technologySoftware asset managementPart 1: Processes. As this Standard is reproduced from an international standard, the following applies: (a)
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Its number appears on the cover and title page while the international standard number appears only on the cover In the source text this part of ISO/IEC 19770 should read this Australian/New Zealand Standard. A full point substitutes for a comma when referring to a decimal marker.

(b) (c)

References to International Standards should be replaced by references to Australian or Australian/New Zealand Standards, as follows: Reference to International Standard ISO/IEC 20000 Information technologyService management Australian/New Zealand Standard AS 8018 8018.1 ICT service management Part 1: Specification for service management

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Foreword............................................................................................................................................................ iv Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................ v 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 2.1 2.2 2.3


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Scope ..................................................................................................................................................... 1 Purpose.................................................................................................................................................. 1 Field of application ............................................................................................................................... 1 Limitations............................................................................................................................................. 2 Conformance......................................................................................................................................... 3 Intended usage...................................................................................................................................... 3 Full conformance .................................................................................................................................. 3 Agreement compliance ........................................................................................................................ 3 Terms and definitions........................................................................................................................... 3 SAM processes ..................................................................................................................................... 5 General................................................................................................................................................... 5 Control environment for SAM.............................................................................................................. 6 Planning and implementation processes for SAM .......................................................................... 10 Inventory processes for SAM ............................................................................................................ 12 Verification and compliance processes for SAM ............................................................................ 15 Operations management processes and interfaces for SAM ........................................................ 17 Life cycle process interfaces for SAM.............................................................................................. 20

3 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7

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iv INTRODUCTION

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Introduction
This part of ISO/IEC 19770 has been developed to enable an organization to prove that it is performing Software Asset Management (SAM) to a standard sufficient to satisfy corporate governance requirements and ensure effective support for IT service management overall. This part of ISO/IEC 19770 is intended to align closely to, and to support, ISO/IEC 20000. Good practice in SAM should result in the following types of benefits, and certifiable good practice should allow management and other organizations to place reliance on the adequacy of these processes, and the expected benefits should be achieved with a high degree of confidence: a) Risk management: SAM should facilitate the management of business risks including:
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risk of interruption to IT services; risk of deterioration in the quality of IT services; legal and regulatory exposure; risk of damage to public image arising from any of the above.

b) Cost control: SAM should facilitate cost control including in the following areas: 1) reduced direct costs of software and related assets, such as by negotiating better pricing through improved use of volume contracting arrangements, and by avoiding purchasing new licenses when old ones can be redeployed; reduced time and cost for negotiating with suppliers because of better information availability; reduced costs through improved financial control, such as through better invoice reconciliation and more accurate forecasting and budgeting; reduced infrastructure costs for managing software and related assets, by ensuring that required processes are efficient and effective; reduced support costs which are significantly affected by the quality of SAM processes, both directly within IT and indirectly within end-user areas.

2) 3) 4) 5)

c) Competitive advantage: SAM should help the organization gain competitive advantage through the following: 1) better quality decision making because of more complete and more transparent information availability (for example, IT procurement and system development decisions may be made more quickly and more reliably with better quality data); being able to deploy new systems and functionality more quickly and reliably in response to market opportunities or demands; providing IT which is more closely aligned to business needs, thus ensuring that all users have access to appropriate software and applications; being able to handle the IT aspects of business acquisitions, mergers or demergers more quickly; better personnel motivation and client satisfaction through having less IT problems.

2) 3) 4) 5)

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Scope
Purpose

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This part of ISO/IEC 19770 establishes a baseline for an integrated set of processes for Software Asset Management (SAM).

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Field of application

This part of ISO/IEC 19770 applies to SAM processes and can be implemented by organizations to achieve immediate benefits. ISO/IEC 19770-2 provides a specification for SAM data, which requires implementation by software manufacturers (external and internal) and by tool developers for its full benefits to be achieved. It is intended that this part of ISO/IEC 19770 be an implementation standard for organizations. Future editions may provide an assessment framework that is aligned to the requirements in ISO/IEC15504-2. This part of ISO/IEC 19770 applies to all organizations of any size or sector. This part of ISO/IEC 19770 can only be applied to a legal entity, or to parts of a single legal entity.
NOTE The definition of organizational scope is documented as part of the Corporate governance process for SAM.

This part of ISO/IEC 19770 may be applied to an organization which has outsourced SAM processes, with the responsibility for demonstrating conformance always remaining with the outsourcing organization. This part of ISO/IEC 19770 can be applied to all software and related assets, regardless of the nature of the software. For example, it can be applied to executable software (such as application programs, operating systems and utility programs) and to non-executable software (such as fonts, graphics, audio and video recordings, templates, dictionaries, documents and data).
NOTE The definition of software asset scope (software types to be included within the scope) is documented as part of the SAM Plan developed in the Planning for SAM process. It may be defined in any way considered appropriate by the organization, such as for all software, for all program software, for all software on specific platforms, or for the software of specified manufacturers, as long as it is unambiguous.

The following forms of software assets are within the scope of this part of ISO/IEC 19770: a) software use rights, reflected by full ownership (as for in-house developed software) and licenses (as for most externally sourced software, whether commercial or open-source); b) software for use, which contains the intellectual property value of software (including original software provided by software manufacturers and developers, software builds, and software as installed and executed); and c) media holding copies of software for use.

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