Review of Standards and Specifications: FAA Advisory Circular 00-41 Quality System Certification Program

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Linden, Dana E.; Pabst Jr., William R. (edited by)   (1974, ASQC)   Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, DC

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 6    No. 4
QICID: 5179    October 1974    pp. 202-206
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Article Abstract

A new addition to the family of Quality System specifications shows its precocity by being more advanced than its predecessors. The certification program spreads the role of quality control from the design conception through the final product perhaps more thoroughly than in any previous system specification. It also incorporates the Quality Control System Plan as part of the FAA contract award, a step not taken under MIL-Q-9858A where only that specification is referenced in the contract. The new Advisory Circular extends the system found successful in achieving flight safety to air traffic control, navigational aids, and ground support equipment and systems.

Keywords

Quality control (QC),Quality audit,Certification,Inspection,Aircraft,Ground equipment


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