yes, it is possible, you can create a RPM package that installs (copies) all the files you want, in /etc directory or the place you prefer. you have to do first some things for creating it.
You have some howtos in
The steps to follow are next:
1. create the rpm directories, I think SOURCES, RPM, SRPM, tmp, SPECS
2. two config files, .rpmmacros and .rpmrc
3. and a spec file where you explain where you want to install those files,
4. put your sources in a bz file and compile it so it creates a installing package.
As it has to be installed as root there's not problem of permission when copying files.
It's not very difficult but it has some, easy to forget, little things that can bother you.
Hope this helps. If you have any question just ask.