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QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN

OUTLINE

PROGRAM

QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN

1. QUALITY MANAGEMENT

1.1 QUALITY POLICY

The purpose of this Quality Assurance Plan is to detail the quality assurance

principles and to establish the structure of the _Program_ quality assurance

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program consistent with _Company_ Quality Assurance Policies and the

_Company_ Quality Assurance Plan.

1.2 QUALITY OBJECTIVES

The following quality principles are intended to be consistent with _Company

_ quality policies and plans.

All measurements will include quantitative determinations.

Methods will be consistent.

Measurements will be linked to a standard value.

1.3 RESPONSIBILITIES AND AUTHORITY.

The _Program_ Quality Assurance Representative is responsible for the

day-to-day implementation of the _Program_ Quality Assurance Program, including

documenting all data and identifying out-of-tolerance situations.

2. STRUCTURE OF QUALITY SYSTEMS

2.1 QUALITY ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The _Company_ Quality Assurance Director reports directly to the Vice

President/General Manager.

The _Program_ Quality Assurance Representative reports operationally to

the _Program_ Program Manager and functionally to the _Company_ Quality

Assurance Director.

2.2 RESOURCES AND PERSONNEL

Each participant in _Company_ shares responsibility for achieving the

quality objectives. Therefore, portions of the program’s budget are allocated to

the quality assurance function as it relates to and supports the _Program_.

2.3 OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

The _Program_ Quality Assurance Plan will include a _Program_ Quality

Control Plan that outlines the specifics of controlling product quality on the

_Program_.

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2.4 QUALITY MANUAL AND RECORD KEEPING

The Quality Assurance Representative is responsible for maintaining quality

assurance records during the conduct of all phases of the _Program_.

2.5 THE _PROGRAM_ QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN WILL

BE UPDATED AS REQUIRED

Each update will be treated as an original plan and shall follow the same

authorization path. The _Program_ Quality Assurance Plan shall be updated

as necessary to incorporate any new or updated changes found necessary to the

_Company_ Quality Assurance Policies, Plans, or Procedures.

QUALITY CONTROL PLAN

The Quality Control Plan, in conjunction with _Company_ Policy (_M-M

Policy 07000_ Series), provides direction, control, and authorization for the

overall quality control of equipment and data on the _Program_ Program.

SUGGESTED OUTLINE

1. Introduction

2. Scope

3. Applicable Documents

4. Management Organization

5. Quality System Planning

6. Contract Review

7. Design Control

8. Document Control

9. Purchasing

A. Purchaser Supplied Products

B. Product Identification and Traceability

10. Process Control

A. Inspection and Testing

B. Inspection, Measuring, and Test Equipment

C. Inspection and Test Status

D. Control of Non-Conforming Product

E. Corrective Action

11. Handling, Storage, Packing, and Delivery

12. Quality Records

13. Quality Audits

14. Training

15. Servicing

16. Statistical Techniques

17. Quality System Effectiveness Factors

Additional Notes:

There is usually considerable overlap between Configuration Management

(CM) plans, Data Management (DM) plans, and Quality plans of

all levels (i.e., Quality Assurance and Quality Control).

The above Quality Assurance Plan and Quality Control Plan are excerpts

from the Modern-Management Policies, Plans, and Processes presented

in the Strategy for Success workshops. To that end, words that appear in

angle brackets (_ _) are part of a ‘‘global’’ update (i.e., ‘‘Find and Replace’’)

process that allows the users to enter their specific data throughout

the plans.

Additional references that may contribute to developing your plan are:

Data Item Description: DI-QCIC-81379

ANSI/ASQC Quality Standards Q91 and Q92

ISO 9001 and 9002

MIL-Q-9858 and MIL-I-45208 (both for reference only)

MIL-STD-2167 AND 2168