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Customers and global competitiveness are changing the way organizations around the world are doing business. Quality is leading that change; providing quality products and services will keep your customers coming back. However, quality doesn't happen just because you talk about it.On November 13, 1996, Mr. Daniel Goldin, NASA Administrator, issued a letter to the Officials-in-Charge of NASA Headquarters Offices, NASA Field Installations, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The letter restated NASA's goal for technical excellence and then stated: "We are leaders in the world of science and technology. We must also be leaders in the world of quality. To this end, I am requiring that the Agency be third-party certified in our key processes, by an internationally recognized registrar, to ISO 9001. This commitment applies to all Centers and Headquarters. I am also expecting that all our suppliers will step up to this challenge. The Marshall Space Flight Center, Johnson Space Center, and Stennis Space Center should be certified no later than April 1998. The remaining NASA Centers and Headquarters should be certified no later than September 30, 1999."
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