Quality Systems - SAE International

Report
Quality Systems –
The bedrock of your quality efforts
Alan Daniels
Montreal, Canada
October 10, 2013
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Meeting Purpose
How your quality systems program
can be a key element to help you
company achieve your quality
objectives
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Presentation Outline
 Requirements Strategy
 Team Leadership
 Publications
 Standard Activity
 ISO Liaison
 9100 Series Revision Plan
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IAQG Strategic
Focus
Relationship
Growth Strategy
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Civil Authorities - Production
Space
Defense
Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul
Trade Associations
Improvement
Strategy
• Requirements
• People Capability
• Product & Supply
Chain Improvement
• Performance
IAQG Operating Management System
IAQG Other Party Management Team
Integration Team
3 Axes
Aligned to Address Challenges
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IAQG Requirements Team
IAQG Leader: Alan DANIELS
(Boeing)
Mentor: Judy LASLEY (Rolls Royce)
AAQG
EAQG
APAQG
Leader: Buddy CRESSIONNIE
(Lockheed Martin)
Leader: Judy LASLEY
(Rolls Royce)
Leader: Tatsuya SHIRAI
(Kawasaki Heavy Industry)
IAQG Document Representatives
IAQG Document Representatives
9100 : Alan Daniels (Boeing)
9101 : Masahiro KAWAMOTO (MHI)
9102 : Kevin WARD (Goodrich/UTC)
9103 : Bernard LAURAS (Airbus)
9104-1 : Mike ROBERTS (Boeing)
9104-2 : Tim LEE (Boeing)
9104-3 : Will TATE (Triumph)
9107 : Ed BAYNE (Boeing)
9110 : Agathe MOLL (Airbus)
9114 : Ed BAYNE (Boeing)
9115 : Raymond WRIGHT (Raytheon)
9116 : Mike QUINN (Boeing)
9117 : Jan SOMMARBERG (Volvo)
9120 : Dale GORDON (Aerojet)
9131 : Claus MAYR (Airbus)
9132 : Craig MANERS (Rolls Royce)
9133 : Michael STOCK (Rolls Royce)
9134 : Albrecht Feldsmann (Airbus)
9136 : Bernard LAURAS (Airbus)
9137 : Juan Ignacio MARTIN (Airbus Military)
9138 : Dan FITZSIMMONS (Boeing)
9139 : Jesse MANGUAL (Moog)
9162 : Dale GORDON (Aerojet)
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Current / Future State Mapping
Current State
• Independent release
of standards
• Most OEM’s deploy
9100
• Limited supply chain
eligible and required
to deploy 9100
• Standards supported
for deployment
presentations
• Few measures in
place
Strategic Focus
Future State
 Project manage future
integrated standard releases
• Integrated release of
 Collaborate with Strategy
Streams
• All IAQG member
 IAQG 5 year strategy Lead 90% certification
 Ensure standards are current
and relevant
 Develop and maintain
document support materials
and improve communications
 Engage in ISO activities and
obtain liaison voting status
 Develop future QMS
concepts and measures
future standards
companies use the
9100 series
• All eligible supply
chain use 9100
series
• Standard support is
easy to use
• Measures drive
improvements
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IAQG
Standards
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Publications
Numbering System
 International Standards - 91xx
̶ Are planned for harmonization across all 3 aerospace
sectors and are recognized globally
 Americas Standards - 90xx
̶ Are published for use by AAQG, may become an 91XX
standard at a later date
 “AS” Standards - Americas
̶ Published by Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
 “EN” Standards - Europe
̶ published in Europe by ASD-STAN
 “JIS Q” or “SJAC” is the Japan / Asia Equivalent
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IAQG Document Relationships
IAQG OWNERS
Data Type
DATA
REQUIREMENTS
Strategy Stream
Certification
Scheme
QMS Standards
9101
Audit
Process
9110 (Maintenance)
9120 (Distributors)
9103
Key Char
9102
FAI
9107
DDA
9137
9115
91XX
AQAP align.
Software
APQP/PPAP
9114
9131
9138
9133
9162
9132
Direct ship N/C Doc
Sup.Qual. Stat Prod Ac Self Ver
Marking
Supply Chain Management Handbook (SCMH)
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2
3
4
Sales & Requirement Design & Sourcing
Scheduling Flow down Developm’t selection
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6
7
8
9
10
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Plant, Order Mgt Manufact. Supplier Control of Customer Business
skills & & logistics
&
N/C mat’l Support Processes
Mgt.
planning
Inspection
C/A & P/A
People Capability documents (PCAP001) & structure (skills matrix)
Best practices
Product &
People
Capability Supply Chain
Strategy
Strategy
Stream
Stream
Quality Management System
Maintenance of stds issued by IAQG
(IAQG 103)
9100 (General)
ICOP
Certification Scheme
Oversight of Certification Scheme
9104-1 (organization) 9104-2 (surveillance/certs) 9104-3 (auditors)
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The 9100 Drivers
Why have 9100?
– High risk products
– High cost products
 Price estimates (millions)
– F35
56-97
– 737
74-107
– 777
258-297
– A380
375
– Satellite
290-682
– Delta IV
254-300
Need for 9100 Series
What else drives the need for 9100?
 Tightly controlled industry requirements
– Statutory
– Regulatory
– Customer
Safety is a must!
Quality is required!
Failure is not an option!
Law of Gravity
ISO Partnership
What is the partnership between 9100 and ISO
9001?
 Goal is for 90% of the supply chain to be 9100 certified
 It is recognized that lower tier suppliers do not always
need the rigor of 9100
 Certification to 9100 can be as a dual certification with
ISO 9001
 Having ISO 9001 as the baseline to 9100 helps keep
QMS continuity across the AS&D supply chain
Getting More from QMS
How AS&D gets more out of its QMS?
 Raise stakeholder input and
participation to a higher level
 Use a widely accepted and
respected baseline standard
 Address the questions many
CEOs are asking of their QMS,
“How to add value, reduce cost, improve quality
time delivery”
ISO 9001 versus 9100
9100 has ISO 9001:2008 embedded with added
“requirements” that provide for:
 Additional focus on customer and applicable statutory and
regulatory QMS requirements
 Special Requirements/Critical Items
 Project Management
 Risk Management
 Configuration Management
 Control of Work Transfers
 Design and Development V&V Testing and Documentation
 Increased Supplier Oversight and Monitoring
 Production Process Verification
 Production Process Change Control
 Production Equip, Tools and Software Programs Control
 Post-Delivery Support
Blue Text Indicates additions to 9100:2009 Requirements
Standards Activity Summary
24 Standards (existing and in work) - 12 Active Projects
– 6 Review
– 3 Development
Standards in the ballot or publish
phase (9101, 9102, 9104-2, 9114, 9116, 9136)
Standards revisions in development
(9100, 9104-3, 9107)
– 4 New Projects
New standards in development
(9117, 9138, 9139, 91XX)
– 4 Study
Standards planning a revision
(9110, 9120, 9115, 9137)
– 3 Study
Past due for reaffirmation – in work
(9132, 9133, 9162)
– 4 Sustain
Sustain and maintain
GOAL - Complete the development, ballot and publication process
for the 12 active standard projects on schedule
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IAQG Standards – Ballot/Publish
Standards in Review (active ballots)
̶
9101 “Quality Management Systems Audit Requirements for
Aviation, Space, and Defense Organizations”
̶
• Nearing ballot process completion and will be going to publication
9114 “Direct Ship Guidance for Aerospace Companies”
̶
• Affirmation ballot initiated
9116 “Notification of Change”
̶
• Ballot results pending
9104-2 “Requirements for Oversight of Aerospace Quality
Management”
̶
• Ballot is in process, affirmation ballot launched in the AAQG
9102 “Aerospace First Article Inspection Requirement”
̶
• Ballot has been initiated and the results are pending
9136 “Root Cause Analysis and Problem Solving”
• Closure date for the IAQG Sector ballot is January 2014
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IAQG Standards - Revisions
IAQG standards in Development (revisions)
 9100 “Quality Management Systems - Requirements for
Aviation, Space and Defense Organizations”
̶ Comments reviewed and dispositions applied in Montreal
 9104-3 “Requirements for Aerospace Auditor
Competency and Training Courses”
̶ The plan is for a draft to be ready for ballot early next year
 9107 “Direct Delivery Authorization Guidance for
Aerospace Companies”
̶ Revision is in work and will have additional focus after 9114 is
complete – Project launch in Montreal
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IAQG Standards – New
IAQG standards in Development (new)
 9117 “Delegated Product Release Verification (DPRV)”
̶ Planned ballot draft for Montreal postponed to address a couple
emergent issues that surfaced in their Montreal meeting
 9138 “Statistical Product Acceptance”
̶ Standard number issued and regularly scheduled meetings are
being held via WebEx/Telecon
 9139 “Bodies of Knowledge”
̶ Ballot draft is getting near being ready and the goal is to publish in
June 2014
 - 91XX “Advance Product Quality Planning” (APQP) /
“Production Part Approval Process” (PPAP)
̶ SWG and Council approved in Moscow - First team meeting held
in September
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IAQG Standards – 5 Year Review
IAQG standards in Study/ Past Due Review
 9132 “Data Matrix Quality Requirements for Parts
Marking”
̶
Noncompliant to review requirement – EAQG identified IDR and SDR –
revision needs are being reviewed
 9133 “Qualification Procedure for Aerospace Standard
Parts”
̶
Noncompliant to review requirement - Working draft complete and SDRs
are reviewing.
 9162 “Aerospace Operator Self-Verification Programs”
̶
Noncompliant to review requirement – The IDR has completed the
project plate, a revision has proposed in Moscow and team formation is
in process
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IAQG Standards – Study
IAQG standards in Study for Revision
 9110 “Quality Management Systems - Requirements for Aviation
Maintenance Organizations”
̶
Scope of revision being determined based on 9100 changes, IAQG
direction and stakeholder feedback
 9120 “Quality Management Systems – Requirements for Aviation,
Space and Defense Distributors”
̶
Scope of revision being determined based on 9100 changes, IAQG
direction and stakeholder feedback
 9115 “Quality Management Systems -Requirements for Aviation,
Space and Defense Organizations -Deliverable Software”
̶
Scope of revision being determined based on 9100 changes, IAQG
direction and stakeholder feedback
 9137 “Guidance for the Application of AQAP 2110 within a 9100
Quality Management System”
̶
Scope of revision being determined based on 9100 changes, IAQG
direction and stakeholder feedback
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ISO 9001:2015 Revision Status
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ISO 9001:2015 Revision Status
Committee Draft (CD) released June 2013
US TAG 176 voted no on CD due to amount of
comments (over 1000) and overall immaturity
Vote results from all countries expected in early
October
The ISO 9001:2015 Team is meeting in Portugal in
early November to disposition all comments
We should have a new DIS by the IAQG Brussels
meeting
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ISO 9001 Revision Timeline
2013
2014
2015
May 2013 CD
(Committee
Draft)
February 2014 DIS
(Draft International
Standard)
February 2015 FDIS
(Final Draft International
Standard)
September 2015
Published IS
(International Standard)
+ Transition period
for certification
ISO High Level Structure (HLS)
New Clause Structure
HLS & Sub-clauses
HLS & Sub-clauses
1.Scope
2.Normative references
3.Terms and definitions
4.Context of the organization
• Understanding the organization
and its context
• Needs and requirements
• Scope
• Management System
5.Leadership
• General
• Management commitment
• Policy
• Roles, responsibility and
authority
6. Planning
• Actions to address risks &
opportunities
• Objectives and plans to achieve
them
7. Support
• Resources
• Competence
• Awareness
• Communication
• Documented information
8. Operation
• Operational planning and
control
9. Performance evaluation
• Monitoring, measurement,
analysis & evaluation
• Internal audit
• Management review
10. Improvement
• Non conformity and corrective
action
• Continual Improvement
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9100 Series
2015 Revision Plan
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IAQG 9100 Series Team
IAQG 9100 Series Team
Alan Daniels
Wayne Johnson
9100 IDR – Team Leader
9100 Scribe
Boeing
IAQG
Buddy Cressionnie
Brigitte Clamens
Masahiro Kawamoto
9100 AAQG SDR
9100 EAQG SDR
9100 APAQG SDR
Lockheed Martin
Zodiac
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Jim Clifford
Roberto Ciaschi
Chen Zhongyuan
9100 AAQG Representative
9100 EAQG Representative
9100 APAQG Representative
United Technologies Corporation
European Space Agency
Aviation Industry Corporation (AVIC)
TBD
Stuart Anthony
Tatsuya Shirai
9100 AAQG Representative
9100 EAQG Representative
9100 APAQG Representative
TBD
Rolls Royce
Kawasaki Heavy Industries
9120 IDR
Aerojet
Ray Wright
9115 IDR
Raytheon
Agathe Moll
Masahiro Kawamoto
9110 IDR
9101 IDR
Airbus
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
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Dale Gordon
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Integration of Standards
Juan Ignacio Martin
9137 IDR
Airbus Military
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9100 Series Revision
9100 Series Revision High Level Plan
 The 9100 is based on ISO 9001 and is thus affected
by the ISO TC176 revision activity
 Several other IAQG standards are based on the IAQG
9100 standard, and will require revision in parallel with
the 9100 standard revision activity
 The IAQG 9100-series standards are planned for
project completion in early 2016
 Revision focus is to fix what is broken and be very
cautious in adding any new requirements
̶ Sound reasoning and the benefits are clear
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9100 Series Revision
9100 Series Revision High Level Plan
 The 9100 is based on ISO 9001 and is thus affected
by the ISO TC176 revision activity
 Several other IAQG standards are based on the IAQG
9100 standard, and will require revision in parallel with
the 9100 standard revision activity
 The IAQG 9100-series standards are planned for
publication in 2016
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9100 Revision Scope
Scope of Revision – IAQG approved May 2012
 Documented in the 9100:2015 Design Specification Complete
 Utilize Survey and Comments Template feedback Complete
 Integrate schedules and publication dates for 9100 Series
(9100, 9110, 9120, 9115, 9137) Complete
 Incorporate ISO 9001:2015 Revision Text In work
 Address Future Concepts from the SWG In work
̶
̶
̶
Counterfeit parts
Safety Management System
IAQG Expanded Strategy
 Fix what is broken and be cautious in the adoption of new
requirements - the benefits must be clear to all stakeholders
Beginning in 2014
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9100 Series Revision
9100 Series
The term “9100 Series standards” includes the following IAQG
standards:
 IAQG 9100 Quality Management Systems –Requirements for
Aviation, Space and Defense Organizations
- IAQG Series Baseline Standard
̶ IAQG 9110
̶ IAQG 9115
̶ IAQG 9120
̶ IAQG 9137
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Quality Maintenance Systems – Requirements for
Aviation Maintenance Organizations
Quality Management Systems - Requirements for
Aviation, Space and Defense Organizations Deliverable Software
Quality Management Systems – Requirements for
Aviation, Space and Defense Distributors
Guidance for the Application of AQAP 2110 within a
9100 Quality Management System
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IAQG/Sector 9100 Team Structure
Intl 9100 Team
collects sector and
stakeholder input and
writes the revision
Subset of Sector 9100
Team to represent
Sector at Int’l
Meetings
Team meets at Sector
Meetings to gather
Sector inputs and
develop Sector
positions. Operation
managed at Sector
Level.
IAQG
9100
Team
AAQG
9100 Team
AAQSC
Sector
9100 Team
EAQG
9100 Team
EAQG
Sector
9100 Team
APAQG
9100 Team
APAQG
Sector
9100 Team
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AAQG 9100 Team
 AAQG Leader
- Buddy Cressionnie (Lockheed Martin) [email protected]
 Team Members
- Jim Clifford (UTC)
- Dale Gordon (Aerojet)
- Kevin Beard (NQA)
- Sydney Vianna (DNV)
- Anne Moore (Boeing)
- Eric Jeffries (Bell/Textron)
- Gill Helsel (Bell/Textron)
- Scott Monroe (Alcoa)
- Aaron Troschinetz (SAI)
- John Graham (PNAA)
- Brian Geer (Lockheed Martin)
- Robert Bodemuller (Ball Aerospace)
- Dave Leeson (GD)
- Helen Kiesel (Goodrich)
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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EAQG 9100 Team
 EAQG Leader
Brigitte Clamens (Zodiac)
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- Members
- Countries
Representatives of :
• Organizations
• Certification Bodies
• 9100 series standards
• Stakeholders
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Members working within
AFNOR
France
Michel FRANCES
AIRBUS
France
Alain GROS
AIRBUS Military
Spain
Juan Ignacio MARTIN
AIRBUS Operations
Germany
Hans-Joachim ZARRATH
ALENIA AERMACCHI
Italy
Augusto d’AVOSSA
ALENIA AERMACCHI
Italy
Flavio IZZO
ASTRIUM
Germany
André LACROIX
AUSTRIAN Standards Institute
Austria
Manfred LESER
BAE SYSTEMS
UK
Peter CRACKNELL
BUREAU VERITAS Certification
France
François DUMESNIL
DIN Institute for Standardization
Germany
Detlev BOHLE
EADS
France
Jean-Louis DOULIERY
EADS Elbe Flugzeugwerke Gmbh
Germany
Ralf KLINKMULLER
ESA
Netherland
Roberto CIASCHI
EUROCOPTER
France
Hervé MOURICHOUX
EUROCOPTER
Germany
Andreas SCHWARZ
FACC AG
Austria
Hubert KERN
GKN AEROSPACE
Sweden
Martin RESTIN
INTERTEK CERTIICATION
France
Jean DESJARDINS
LIEBHERR Aerospace
France
Karine FEIL
MBDA
France
Isabelle GUIVARCH
MEGGITT
UK
Francis GARY
ROLLS-ROYCE
UK
Stuart ANTHONY
SAFRAN - Messier Bugatti Dowty
France
Isabelle VOUGAZ
SAFRAN - Turbomeca
France
Patrick BOUCHERON
SONACA
Belgium
Marc DEPIEREUX
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APAQG 9100 Team
 APAQG Leader
- Masahiro KAWAMOTO
 Team Members
-Tatsuya SHIRAI (Japan, KHI)
- Chen ZHONGYUAN (China, AVIC)
- Zhang HAIYUN (China, Boeing Tianjin Composite)
- Woochul JUN (Korea, Korean Air)
- Leng Koon LEE (Singapore, DSO)
- Masayuki KOGUSURI (Japan, IHI)
- Jumpei ONO (Japan, MHI)
(Japan, MHI)
Note: Each country of APAQG member companies
(China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan)
will assign team members.
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9100 Series
Stakeholder Feedback
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Stakeholders and Liaisons
Stakeholder
IAQG Leader
9100 Team Liaison
External
Certif Bodies /Aero Auditors
9100 Certified Organizations
Airline and aviation operators
Distributors
Deliverable software orgs
Tim LEE
Brian BLOUNT
Alain GROS
Dale GORDON
Raymond WRIGHT
Masahiro KAWAMOTO
Brian GEER
Isabelle VOUGAZ
Dale GORDON
Raymond WRIGHT
Internal
IAQG & sector member companies Alan/Buddy/Brigitte/Masa 9100 Leader, Sector Leaders
IAQG Strategy Streams/Teams
̶
Requirements
̶ People Capability
̶ Product & SC Improvement
̶ Performance Improvement
̶ OPMT & Certification Bodies
̶ Integration
IAQG Relationship Growth
̶ MRO orgs
̶ Civil Aviation Authorities
̶ Defense / NATO
̶ Space
̶ Trade Associations (EAQG)
Alan DANIELS
Jesse MANGUAL
Bernard LAURAS
Christian BUCK
Tim LEE
Jim CLIFFORD
Alan DANIELS
Stuart ANTHONY
Jim CLIFFORD
Buddy CRESSIONNIE
Masahiro KAWAMOTO
Jim CLIFFORD
Alain GROS
Ed BAYNE
Mike HAYWARD
Roberto CIASCHI
Alain BONNARD
Agathe MOLL
Alan DANIELS
Juan Ignacio MARTIN
Roberto CIASCHI
Brigitte CLAMENS
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Determine Methods to Request
Stakeholder Input
Stakeholder
Contact Method
Data Collection Tool
External
 Certification Bodies/Aerospace Auditors
 9100 Certified Organizations
 Airline and aviation operators
 Distributors
 Deliverable software organizations
Email Leader
Email Leader
Email Leaders
Email Leader
Email Leader
9100 Revision Survey
9100 Revision Survey
9100 Revision Survey
9100 Revision Survey
9100 Revision Survey
Email Leaders
Comments template
Email, Presentation
Email, Presentation
Email, Presentation
Email, Presentation
Email, Presentation
Email Leader
Comments template
Comments template
Comments template
Comments template
Comments template
Comments template
Email Leader
Email Leader
Email Leader
Email Leader
Email Leader
Comments template
Comments template
Comments template
Comments template
Comments template
 Internal
 IAQG & sector member companies
 IAQG Strategy Streams/Teams
̶ Requirements
̶ People Capability
̶ Product & SC Improvement
̶ Performance Improvement
̶ OPMT & Certification Bodies
̶ Integration
 IAQG Relationship Growth
̶ Maintenance, repair, and overhaul
̶ Authorities
̶ Defense / NATO
̶ Space
̶ Trade Associations
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Data Mining: 559 Responses
Web Survey Demographics
What is your Sector or Geographical Area?
Americas
Europe
84 Responses that include non-ASD activities
What is the size of your organization?
How does your customer flow down 9100/9110/9120
standard certification requirement for your organization?
Small <50 employees
Medium 50-500
employees
Large 501-5000
employees
Extra Large >5000
employees
Mandatory
Recommended
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Data Mining: 559 Responses
Web Survey Responses
How valuable is certification to 9100/9110/9120 in
the management of your organization?
Extremely Valuable
Fairly Valuable
Valuable
Somewhat Valuable
No Value
80% viewed
receiving ISO 9001
certification was
valuable as part of
9100 series
certification.
91% rated 9100
series certification
to be valuable in
the management of
their organization.
How valuable is receiving ISO 9001 certification
as part of your 9100 series (9100, 9110 and 9120)
certification?
Extremely Valuable
Fairly Valuable
Valuable
Somewhat Valuable
No Value
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Data Mining: 559 Responses
Web Survey Responses
Implementing the 9100/9110/9120:2009 requirements
has benefits for my organization that outweight the cost.
Yes
No
Need to better
communicate
deployment support
materials.
Over 74% of
respondents believe
that 9100 series
requirements has
benefits that
outweigh the costs.
The 9100/9110/9120 Deployment Support Material located
on the IAQG website (http://www.iaqg.org/) is helpful.
Yes
No
49% of those that knew
of materials found them
helpful.
Did Not Use
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Data Mining Input Summary
 AAQG
 APAQG
 EAQG
 CAAs
 Defense
 LinkedIn (users group)
 MRO (9110 IDR)
 PSCI Stream
 Space Forum (IAQG/AAQG)
 Trade Organizations
 Web Survey (Question 10)
67
31
89
21
1
12
14
6
18
2
96
(out of 175)
(out of 29)
357 Comments (454 Total)
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New Activity
9100 Series Team Meeting Results
 Reviewed 9100 Structure Draft (SD)
 Initial disposition determined for 454 comments
 Determined sub-team activities needed
 Updated 9100 schedule and integrated schedule
 Developed a plan for the writing team
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9100 Sub-teams
 Product Safety (Includes Human Factors) (SD)
Agathe Moll
 Risk
Roberto Ciaschi
 Preventive Action
(use SD)
Roberto Ciaschi
 Counterfeit Parts (9100)
Dale Gordon
 Configuration Management (9100)
Dale Gordon
 Product Realization Planning (9100)
Jim Clifford
 Post-Delivery Support (SD)
Isabelle Vougaz
 Necessity for Design Sub-Team to be determined based on design
content in DIS
 9100 Team focals listed - each sector to have a representative
 Due date February 14, 2014 to sectors teams can assess prior to IAQG
Brussels
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9100 Series Revision
Master Schedule
2012
San Antonio Nagoya
05/2012 10/2012
2013
Moscow
05/2013
9100 revision
START
2015
2014
Montreal
10/2013
Structure
Draft
Brussels
04/2014
TBD
10/2014
TBD
04/2015
2016
TBD
10/2015
Begin Working Coordination
Writing
Draft
Draft
TBD
TBD
04/2016 10/2016
Ballot Ready for
Draft Publication
2017
TBD
04/2017
TBD
10/2017
END
TBD
Transition
Period
Plan & Stakeholders feedback
Internal Dependencies
Standards & Training as needed for
publication
- Required for 9100 publication
- 9100 Transition Plan
- 9101 Update (as required)
- 9100 Training (as required)
External dependencies
ISO 9001 publications
• CD May 2013 – Begin struct. draft
• DIS : Feb. 2014 – Begin writing 9100
• FDIS : Feb. 2015 - Begin Coord. Draft
• Publish : Sept. 2015 – Prep. Ballot
For more information,
see detailed schedule
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9101 Audit – Revisions (as needed)
9104-1, -2, -3 – Revisions (as needed)
9110, 9120, 9115, 9137
Required for publication
Series Revisions
Training Decision
(OPMT)
Development
Recommended Schedule
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