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DAU, College of Contract Management (CCM), has some exciting news for the QA community. We are currently in the works to develop and deploy courses that will replace current skillset training for DCMA. CCM will begin rolling out CMQ 102 (Basic Electronics), CMQ 1030 (C&T Basics), and C&T Parachutes. Coming up after those courses we have CMQ 1114 (Metallurgy and Corrosion Control), CMQ 1040 (NDT) and CMQ 1060 (Process Review). Additionally, CCM is working to develop more WLAs, videos, templates, and other resources to assist the QA community in performing GCQA activities. If you have any comments, suggestions, recommendations or issues, please let us know.
What are the current classes required for level 1 QA certification? I have completed ACQ 1010 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management, PMT 0170 Risk Management, CLE 003 Technical Reviews. PQM 101 appears to be part of it also, but it is out of date. I appreciate the feedback.
IAW 42.1107, Progress Reports may be requested by the PCO....FAR states applicable to all contract with the exception of Construction. Can someone explain why a Service Contract is applicable to requiring progress reports. Seems like the context applies to Criticality Codes A & B to check progress on urgent/compelling items or items to update low inventory items.
When will the next revision of ISO 9001 be released? Perhaps not until 2030. See this website to get the latest from the ISO organization.
I’m on a FMS project, It’s is a commercial contract but
has DCMA support request as part of it, This involves a LOD to possibly two sites.
One site the processes are already under surveillance and the contractor is low
risk, I’ve communicated with them and reviewed the DC&A, also a note it will
not involve a FAI/FAT.
My question or advice would be how to communicate this
to the FMS project lead, possible reference or reasoning why a LOD would not
be necessary, or maybe it is.
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