WARRENTON, Va., July 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- SPARC Research announces that it has received certification to AS9100 and ISO9001 Standards. Developed by the International Aerospace Quality Group, AS9100 is a global quality standard that sets requirements for processes related to safety, products, and performance in the aviation, space, and defense industries. Largely based on the ISO 9001 standard, it is designed specifically to be utilized by manufacturing and service companies within the aerospace sector, and satisfies DOD, NASA, and FAA quality requirements.
Performance Review Institute (PRI) Registrar has recognized SPARC Research for having met the stringent requirements of these international standards, their ongoing commitment to satisfying stakeholders, and their dedication to continual improvement of their management system.
"The entire team at SPARC Research pitched in to accomplish this important milestone for the company. Having achieved both certifications demonstrates our commitment to quality and meeting customer expectations now and moving ahead in our future," said Dr. Patrick Hewitt, SPARC Research President.
"SPARC Research has demonstrated its commitment to world class quality management by implementing and becoming certified to the AS9100 and ISO9001 standards. They have joined an elite number of organizations worldwide who have achieved certification to this globally recognized quality standard," said Randy Daugharthy, Director of the Registrar Program at the Performance Review Institute Registrar. "PRI Registrar is proud to partner with SPARC Research in this accomplishment and look forward to continued support of their objective of quality excellence."
About SPARC Research
SPARC Research was founded to advance the state-of-the-art in rocket and airbreathing technology development, preliminary design, and prototype demonstration using modern multiphysics modeling tools. For more information, visit www.sparcresearch.com or contact: SPARC Research, 1 (540) 351-5121, [email protected]
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