Quality Assurance Program
Celeris Systems is both ISO-9001:2008 and AS9100C registered and fully understands the importance of Quality. Celeris President, Mr. Rex Wiig, has a track record of significant QA experience supporting the U.S. Navy Poseidon/Trident Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile (SLBM) and more recently, technical services support to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC), Keyport, WA. Division, System Acceptance and Operational Readiness (SOAR), each of which have strict process control requirements comparable to those required for this work.
The Celeris Systems' SeaPort-e Program Management Team will ensure that our Subcontractors deliver the same level of quality as our own employees. Celeris Systems will use both a flow down of quality-related requirements in our subcontracts and subcontractor oversight to ensure that all products and services provided meet the highest quality standards. Our teammates Epsilon Systems, Science Applications and Technologies, Millennium Engineering and Integration Company, are all ISO-9001 registered.
Celeris Systems has established a multi-tiered ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C Compliant Quality System Manual that includes an overarching policy establishing our Quality Assurance Program, supplemented by more detailed, sub-tier implementing procedures (Work Instructions). Celeris Systems' Quality Assurance Program is designed to ensure that workmanship and inspection requirements conform to the highest industry and Navy standards in the relevant profession, trade or field of endeavor.
Workmanship and inspections will be in accordance with Navy specifications as identified.
Celeris Systems believes that a significant value-added feature of our QA system is its focus on Continuous Improvement. We believe that root-cause analysis and identification and implementation of a well thought out corrective action plan as a result of lessons learned is a key element in the operation and improvement of any successful organization. We do not consider a project complete until we have captured the lessons learned, both positive and negative, that can be applied to improving future efforts. These assessments have formed the basis for numerous physical, procedural, operational, training and staffing improvements.