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April ISO 9000 Users Group Mtg.
7515 Mission Drive
Lanham, Maryland 20706
Apr 12, 2006 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The next meeting of the ISO 9000 Users Group will be April 12, 2006, and be held at the Honeywell offices in Lanham. The meeting will start at 5:30 pm. Attendees are invited to participate in the networking as well as the free pizza and soft drink portion of the meeting.
Registration for the meeting is not necessary.
The topic of the meeting is Discussion: ISO 9001 Certification - the Value Proposition. There are any number of reasons why a firm makes the commitment and becomes certified. Staying certified is the challenge. And what are the trends? What are other companies doing? Are they maintaining their certifications? Are they adding certifications and other assessments? And how can we, the Users Group, better serve the membership?
Ongoing homework: Please go to the website https://asq509.org/ and look it over. Bring your opinions and ideas to improve the ISO 9000 Users Group.
Also, we have an opening for a Vice-Chair (Programs) for the Users Group. Please email to Gene Kirsch if you are interested.
For additional information please contact: Eugene Kirsch, Chair, at . Or, contact: Alan Lane, Vice-Chair (Meeting Facilities) at . Or, contact: Suzi Wesch, Vice-Chair (Communications) at .
Directions: Honeywell Inc. is at 7515 Mission Drive, Lanham, MD. Mission Drive is a left-hand turn off of eastbound Greenbelt Road, about a mile east of NASA Goddard. Take Exit 23/Kenilworth Ave off the Washington beltway inner loop, heading towards Washington. Stay to the right and follow the signs to NASA Goddard. Turn left onto Greenbelt Road/Rt. 193. Continue past Goddard (on your left). There will be a stop lighted intersection for Mission Drive. Make a left on Mission Drive. Honeywell is on the right. Use the entrance by the flag poles. Sign in at the guards' desk in the main entrance.
An alternative route from Washington DC would be to take the Baltimore-Washington Parkway north towards Baltimore. Immediately past the exit for the Washington beltway, take the exit for Greenbelt Road. Make a left at the light, heading eastbound on Greenbelt Road/Rt. 193. Continue past Goddard (on your left). There will be a stop lighted intersection for Mission Drive. Make a left on Mission Drive. Honeywell is on the right. Use the entrance by the flag poles. Sign in at the guards' desk in the main entrance.