New rules would allow aerospace CBs to generate profit from bogus nonconformities, while masking the practice as a performance metric.
Greg McVerry admitted he supported CMMC officials in public because his company, DIT, had “$10M” in annual DoD contracts, even as he railed against them in private.
TapRootT’s Mark Paradies blames a media-driven panic as the coronavirus’ real culprit, then denies actual science supporting social distancing.
Bureau Veritas granted a directorship role to a former director of Odebrecht, which is responsible for what the US DOJ called the “largest foreign bribery case in history.”
BSI awarded ISO 9001 to a company found to have previously falsified aluminum extrusion data, and which was banned from all goverment contracting because of the criminal activities.
It’s now too late to update your QMS to either ISO 9001:2015 or AS9100 Revision D. You have to resign to this, which is actually exactly what you need to do to improve your QMS over the long term.
If you’re a reader of the Oxebridge website, you must be conflicted and possibly confused....
ISO 9001:2015’s design clause has a problem that leads many to say it can’t be excluded by anyone, anywhere.
In October, the US TAG to TC 176 officially removed a list of members from an internal SharePoint site used by TAG members for development of official US positions related to ISO 9001 and related standards, preventing members from knowing the identity of other members, and effectively ensuring the membership remains secret
Paul Palmes has been elected the new Chair of US TAG to TC 176, under the usual cloud of controversy.
A look back at a 2013 Quality Digest article by US TAG 176 member Denise Robitaille shows contempt for users and self-promotion in full effect.
In 2012, former convicted felon and Elsmar moderator Wes Bucey discussed how to “destroy” Oxebridge through the use of “bad publicity” and then engaged in years of defamation against Oxebridge in an apparent attempt to realize the threat.