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Subject:Re: ISO 9000 From:"Tom Parker [Consultant]" <PARKER_T -at- A1 -dot- WDC -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 24 Jan 1994 21:42:00 PDT
We're in the middle of ISO9001 certification and the documentation is massive
although it is being done incrementally (bottoms up) rather than systematically
(top down). The workload is way up and there is a constant stream of revisions
which will go on permanently, I believe.