American Society for Quality


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American Society for Quality

A professional organization for quality control experts. It offers training and certification programs to members. It also advises nonprofits and government bodies at the federal, state, and local levels on how to implement quality control within their respective competencies. It was established in 1946 and is based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It used to be called the American Society for Quality Control (ASQC).
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companies where a quality improvement program is in place do not participate, according to a 1990 survey from the American Society for Quality Control," Quality: Everyone's Job, Many Vacancies.
His other professional affiliations include the Drug Information Association, the American Society for Quality, and the Mid-Atlantic Region Society for Quality Assurance.
Harris Interactive fielded the online survey on behalf of the American Society for Quality between October 19 and October 23, 2007 among 2,818 U.
adults1, according to a recent survey sponsored by the American Society for Quality (ASQ) and conducted by Harris Interactive([R]).
The ACSI is produced through a partnership of the University of Michigan Business School, the American Society for Quality and the international consulting firm, CFI Group.
The Index is produced by the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business in partnership with the American Society for Quality and CFI Group, and is supported in part by ForeSee Results, corporate sponsor of the e-commerce and e-business measurements.
She is a member of the Indiana Medical Device Manufacturers Council (IMDMC), the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS), the American Society for Quality Control (ASQ) and the Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA).
A recognized expert in the field, he is a frequent guest lecturer at industry events and is an active member of the Data Quality Research Institute (DQRI), the Drug Information Association (DIA), and the American Society for Quality (ASQ).
The Index is produced by the University of Michigan, in partnership with the American Society for Quality (ASQ) and CFI Group, an international consulting firm.
MILWAUKEE -- Rivalries abound in the non-durable category as food and beverage giants vie to gain the quality edge, according to the Quarterly Quality Report released today by the American Society for Quality.
Participating associations include: American Electronics Association (AeA); American Society for Quality (ASQ); Association of Government Accountants (AGA); and The Open Compliance and Ethics Group (OCEG), as well as several corporate practitioners and leading academics in the field.
MILWAUKEE -- Despite rising vehicle costs and gas prices, consumers are giving the auto industry its highest perceived quality rating in a decade, according to the Quarterly Quality Report, released today by the American Society for Quality (ASQ).
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