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Thanks for all of your responses to my request for information about
ISO9001. I contacted the American Society of Quality Control and received
some interesting information.
Note, there is a standard - 10013 (1995) - specifically for preparation of
I am curious, has anybody on the list gotten ISO certified? Would there be
any direct benefit for a writer to get certified? (I know large companies
do this, but could a contract writer's reception be better if certified?)