I have reciently moved to a new company which has a supplier base of approx 100 suppliers. We have identified a need to carryout supplier assessments by on site audits to iso9000. After an initial two audits we have found that these suppliers have informed us of there registration to iso9000 and supplied a certificate which upon closer inspection has not be certified by a UKAS accreditation body. The two audits have uncovered the fact that the quality systems which they currently operate to have elements of the standard completely missing which are relavent to there business ie internal audits and contract review. Surely these companys cannot call themselves an ISO registred supplier if there system is in such a shocking state.Any advice or similar encounters would be appreciated.