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Subject:Re: ISO 9000 From:Carl Miller <ccm -at- PANDORA -dot- CRAY -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 2 Feb 1995 12:51:18 -0600
> From: Roger Legge <RLEGGE -at- MTROYAL -dot- AB -dot- CA>
> Would anyone care to enlighten me on this particular standard? A bit
> of history would be helpful. ^^^^^^^^
> (ISO 9000)
I'm sure someone will come along with a full definition and description
of this international quality standard. I'd just like to mention that
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