The QA Required for Federal Contracts (FAR 46)
During the Civil War times, the U.S. Government bought a bunch of guns from a well-known private sector company. Without proper quality assurance in place, the guns turned into expensive (dangerous) paperweights. How does the government avoid catastrophes like this in the modern age? Quality assurance measures!
Federal contracting is the most heavily regulated sector of the U.S. economy. The laws and rules of this sector are laid out in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). In this series of ongoing webinars, we are going to breakdown the most crucial sections of the FAR for federal contractors. On this webinar, we're going to cover the quality assurance (QA) plans required for government contracts. This set of rules can be found in FAR 46.
The government is only going to accept a quality product and approve quality service. In some cases they may require you to have quality assurance documented as the point of manufacture. Occasionally they may require a surveillance plan to make sure quality is maintained during the life of the contract. Other times they may have their own quality assurance practices that they adhere to before accepting your product or service.
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