On Fri, 9 Dec 2005, Clive D.W. Feather wrote: > boundary than to deal with stuff coming in. In other words, it's easier to > only buy widgets from ISO 9000 compliant suppliers than to provide an > inbound widget quality test department.
>From what I understand from some of the recent emails, you would not have to provide an inbound widget quality test department, but rather an inbound widget manufacturer's quality control procedure test department. This is to keep consistency with the model that ISO9000 compliance means your products can be crap as long as you document how you arrive at that assessment. Pete.