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OP RCM: Create direct relationship between policy/procedure and requirement evaluation object types in object model

When we perform our compliance assessments (using compliance themes and requirement evaluations), and assessor wants to associate a policy (or procedure) to the requirement eval the user (assessor) has to:

1) come out of the requirement evaluation task view

2) navigate to the requirement task view

3) find the relevant requirement

4) perform the association to the relevant policy and procedure

5) return back to the requirement evaluation task view to continue their assessment

We understand that this is because the policy (and procedure) object types only have a direct relationship with requirement object type, and not also with the requirement evaluation object type.

We suggest the policy and procedure object types have the same relationship with the requirement eval object type as the control object type.

  • Guest
  • Dec 10 2020
  • Future consideration
  • Admin
    JOHN Lundgren commented
    2 Feb 12:43pm

    Thank you again for submitting this RFE!

    This request will not be delivered within the release currently under development, but the theme is aligned with our multi-year strategy. IBM is soliciting RFE Community feedback for this request through activities such as voting. IBM will update this request in the future.

  • Admin
    JOHN Lundgren commented
    10 Dec, 2020 05:33pm

    Thank you for submitting this RFE!

    The IBM team is evaluating this RFE. A decision or request for more information will be provided within 90 days.

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