ISO 9001 Registration for the Electronic Hardware Fabrication Process at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
AffiliationCalifornia Institute of Technology
quality management system
process (activity, function)
corrective and preventive actions
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AbstractMore and more companies and organizations are recognizing the benefits to be gained by achieving ISO 9000 registration. An effort is underway at JPL to become ISO 9001 registered. To facilitate this activity, the entire laboratory has been divided into processes, each one having a designated process owner. This paper concentrates more specifically on one of these processes, namely, the Packaging and Fabrication of Electronic Hardware (PAFEH), and the effort being undertaken to ensure that this process will successfully pass registration. A comprehensive approach is being utilized by the Electronic Packaging and Fabrication Section to bring this about.
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