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posted 09 August 2001 06:46 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I need to perform a gap analysis for a transistion from ISO9001 to QS9000(TE). Can anyone help with the bedt way to complete this, please!

Thanks for your help in advance

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posted 09 August 2001 07:11 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Marc Smith   Click Here to Email Marc Smith     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Yup - just take a spreadsheet and go thru the motions. In the pdf_files directory there is a file named QS-Req.pdf which may serve to give you ome ideas.

On the other hand, in the Members area (as well as the Premium area) there are several Exel files already set up for gap analysis of ISO and QS and TS. However I don't believe any of them specifically address ISO98001:2000 and QS-9000+TE together.

Bottom line is you audit your procedures for compliance to the standards.

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