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dc.contributor.advisorGoss, Larry D.
dc.contributor.advisorFredrich, Augustine J.
dc.contributor.advisorWafa, Marwan A.
dc.contributor.advisorBenware, Gerald A.
dc.contributor.authorSkinner, James D.
dc.date.accessioned2019-12-09T18:13:48Z
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dc.date.issued1996
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12419/430
dc.descriptionThesis available in Rice Library University Archives and Special Collection.
dc.description.abstractThis project presents the conversion of a Mil-I-45208A quality system to one meeting the minimum demands of ISO 9002. This project briefly describes both quality systems and an approach in converting to ISO 9002. Three parts are contained in this report: an Overview, a Comparison of the Military and the International quality requirements, and a Case Study. The Overview and Comparison are descriptive to familiarize the reader with the subject. The Overview describes the project and the basic ideas of a quality system, and introduces the Military and International quality system standards. The Comparison discusses the Military and International quality system standards in depth and briefly describes the similarities and differences of Mil-I-45208A and ISO 9002. Part III, the Case Study, presents the actual conversion from a Mil-I-45208A system to one meeting the minimum ofISO 9002. This project assumes that the reader has a limited knowledge of quality system concepts. It is not intended to be a stand-alone guide to convert to ISO 9002 from Mil-I- 45208A, but gives an approach the author would take given a set of Mil-I-45208A procedures.
dc.titleConverting a MIL-I-45208A inspection system to the minimum demands of ISO 9002
html.description.abstractThis project presents the conversion of a Mil-I-45208A quality system to one meeting the minimum demands of ISO 9002. This project briefly describes both quality systems and an approach in converting to ISO 9002. Three parts are contained in this report: an Overview, a Comparison of the Military and the International quality requirements, and a Case Study. The Overview and Comparison are descriptive to familiarize the reader with the subject. The Overview describes the project and the basic ideas of a quality system, and introduces the Military and International quality system standards. The Comparison discusses the Military and International quality system standards in depth and briefly describes the similarities and differences of Mil-I-45208A and ISO 9002. Part III, the Case Study, presents the actual conversion from a Mil-I-45208A system to one meeting the minimum ofISO 9002. This project assumes that the reader has a limited knowledge of quality system concepts. It is not intended to be a stand-alone guide to convert to ISO 9002 from Mil-I- 45208A, but gives an approach the author would take given a set of Mil-I-45208A procedures.
dc.contributor.degreeMaster of Science in Industrial Management
dc.typeThesis (M.S.I.M.)--University of Southern Indiana, 1996


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