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The Supply Chain Institute demonstrates AIAG's leadership in providing the right products and services that can bring solid benefits to its members," said Joe Bransky, General Motors representative to the International Automotive Task Force (TS 16949), and a member of the Supplier Quality Requirements Task Force.
Working under the auspices of the American Society for Quality Control Supplier Quality Requirements Task Force, the staff produced this manual, which can be obtained from the Automotive Industry Action Group.
] A paraphrase of Firestone's "General policy for supplier quality requirements," Firestone World Tire Group, Akron, Ohio, U.
Our development team worked closely with both AIAG and the Big Three Supplier Quality Requirements Task Force to ensure that our training curriculum and documentation accurately reflect the intent of the QS-9000 requirements.
According to Cooke, Metatec was able to meet Nintendo's exacting supplier quality requirements via manual and on-site audits.
QS-9000 -- the quality system requirement for automotive suppliers developed by the Big Three Supplier Quality Requirements Task Force -- was adapted from individual Chrysler, Ford and GM quality programs and the internationally recognized ISO-9000 (International Organization for Standardization) quality standard.
QS-9000 was developed by a joint Chrysler/Ford/General Motors Supplier Quality Requirements Task Force, as an extension of ISO-9001, to provide a single automotive supplier quality system.
QS 9000 is a general manufacturing quality standard jointly developed by a Chrysler/Ford/ General Motors Supplier Quality Requirements Task Force to harmonize the fundamental quality system expectations of the three major North American Automakers.