Tempe, AZ - Form 1001 Quality Requirements for Suppliers
The following codes are incorporated herein when so indicated on the purchase order. Waivers to these quality system requirements are not valid unless obtained in writing from an authorized representative of the Buyers Quality Assurance Department. Acceptance of supplied articles or materials specified on this order will be withheld pending receipt of all required data and documentation. Reference MPQ 1609 JRK-01, Selecting and Rating Suppliers.
Q1 Not used.
Q2 Supplier shall comply with provisions of “Quality Management System Requirements”, ISO9001 or ISO9002.
Q3 Supplier shall comply with provisions of “Quality Management System – Aerospace – Requirements”, SAE AS9100.
Q4 Supplier shall comply with IPC J-STD-001E.
Q5 Articles must be certifiable to manufacturer’s specified accuracy. Calibration to be traceable to N.I.S.T. (National Institute of Standards and Technology), or other internationally recognized standards and in accordance with ANSI/NCSL-Z-540.
Q6 Supplier shall comply with provisions of “Quality Assurance Requirements for Measuring Equipment”, ISO10012-1.
Q7 A First Article Inspection for configuration is required prior to delivery of the first production run on a new part. The supplier shall use a C=0 sampling plan and the data will be included in the shipment.
A. The supplier must perform a first article covering all drawing requirements prior to first production shipment. The first article part must be identified as “First Article Part” and be included in the first shipment.
Note: For parts that are plated at a supplier’s sub-contractor First Article Inspection requirements apply before plating. Plating thickness data must be included as part of First Article Inspection.
B. When there is a drawing change, the first article must be updated with results of the differences between the current and prior configurations.
C. A first article is not considered complete until all non-conformities are resolved.
D. A material review ‘accept as is disposition’ does not constitute acceptance of the first article.
E. The first article must include as a minimum, the following:
1. Drawing part number
2. Drawing revision
3. Ballooned drawing – 100% of drawing characteristics accounted for, including drawing notes.
4. Drawing characteristic
5. Drawing note, as applicable
6. Actual result for the characteristic
7. Date of first article
8. Supplier inspection approval
F. A new first article will be required if a component has not been made for at least 18 months, unless Buyer’s customer requirements differ.
Q8 After a first production run is accepted, subsequent shipments will include a copy of the quality conformance inspection data pertinent to the part or assembly inspection lot. A C=0 sampling plan shall be used for this data collection.
A. After the first production run is accepted, subsequent shipments shall include a copy of quality conformance inspection data pertinent to the part or assembly inspection lot.
Note: For parts that are plated at a supplier’s sub-contractor conformance data requirements apply before plating. Plating thickness data must be included as part of conformance data.
B. The Quality Conformance data must include the following as a minimum:
1. Drawing part number
2. Drawing revision
3. Ballooned drawing
4. Drawing characteristic
5. Drawing note, as applicable
6. Actual result for the characteristic – high and low results for each characteristic *.
7. Date of Quality Conformance data.
8. Date of first article
9. Supplier inspection approval
*Supplier may use SPC, gage, or process control plan supported by Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA) Mil Spec and sampling plan used must be appropriate to the complexity and type of commodity.
Q9 A certified signed statement that material/parts conform to the requirements of the Purchase Order shall be sent by electronic media or accompany shipment and be enclosed with packing slip. If statement is noted on packing slip, an additional copy of packing slip or statement shall be supplied with each shipment.
Certificate of Conformance Requirements:
A. A separate Material certificate
B. A separate Plating certificate and plating thickness data
C. Certificate of conformance shall specify at a minimum:
- Company name and certification statement
- Customer’s Purchase Order number
- Customer’s Part Number including revision
- Quantity of product delivered
- Subject of certification. If a special process is required (passivation, heat treatment, etc.) it must be specified on the C of C to which specification was performed.
- Supplier’s part number if different from Jerrik’s part number
- Name of manufacturer, if other than supplier
- Supplier’s authorized quality representative title and signature
Q10 Components on this order shall meet the solderability requirements of MIL-STD-202, Method 208.
Q11 Buyer Source Inspection is required prior to shipment from supplier’s plant. Supplier shall notify Buyer’s Quality Department 72 hours in advance of any inspection need. The Supplier shall make available to the Buyer’s Quality Representative any necessary specification, documents, facilities, and assistance.
Q12 Government inspection is required prior to shipment from the supplier’s plant. Upon receipt of this Purchase Order, promptly notify the Government Representative who normally services supplier’s plant so that appropriate planning for Government inspection can be accomplished. The government Representative shall be notified 48 hours in advance of the time supplies or services are ready for inspection or test.
Q13 Supplier who furnishes a product that is certified to a Government, Military or Customer Requirement/Specification must keep their records for 10 years, as a hard copy, electronically or any suitable means, unless otherwise specified.
Q14 Nickel plating on stainless steel shells is to be verified using XRF method and results stated on plating certification for each nickel plating lot.
Q15 Articles must be packaged by best commercial practices and shall be adequate to provide protection against any damage, breakage or loss during shipment from the supplier’s source to the ultimate destination. Packaging is to be performed per FIQ-JRK-9014 (Contact buyer if this document is not in your files).
Q16 Time and Temperature Sensitive (TATS) materials must have the time and/or temperature limitation stated on each container. Frozen items must be shipped in a cold pack capable of sustaining the necessary temperature for 72 hours with and additional 24-hour buffer. A temperature indicator (e.g., Thermodot, Blue Cube) shall be included in the shipping container for frozen material.
Q17 Supplier agrees to comply with all federal, state and local laws, ordinances and with all regulations, order or rulings, there under, including compliance to all EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) executive orders, federal regulations, and FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation).
Q18 If products furnished in accordance with this Purchase Order require limitations on usable shelf life, the supplier/distributor shall include a manufacturer certification for the lot, or lots, of material shipped. The manufacturer certifications must state the date at which limited shelf life was initiated, when the useful life will be expended, cure date, if applicable; and useful life temperature restrictions, if applicable. If the label container contains the required information, a separate certification is not required. Items subject to age deterioration must have a minimum of 80% of usable shelf life remaining, or as specified in the Purchase Order, when items are received by the Buyer.
Products received with less than 80% of its shelf life may be rejected at Receiving Inspection. A raw material certificate stating the exact composition of the material used in the manufacturing of the components supplied and/or MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) must accompany each shipment.
Q19 Supplier and any sub-tier supplier using special processes (heat treating, welding, painting, plating, nondestructive testing, etc.) must have these special processes approved by the buyer or buyers’ customer. Supplier must maintain records verifying that special processes are certified, or if supplier is purchasing special processes, subcontractor records are available to ensure subcontractor is certified to applicable specification. If the special processes have not been approved by the buyer, notify buyer’s procurement for process approval.
Q20 Buyer, buyer’s customers, and regulatory authorities reserve the right to access and inspect parts and areas in the supplier’s facility where work is being, or will be, performed. Buyer may request any information applicable to the parts produced.
Q21 Supplier agrees not to make any change in manufacturing sources, location, tooling, processes, part number, design, or materials that may affect form, fit, function, and/or repair and overhaul procedures and processes of the part without prior written approval from the buyer. Buyer may require a new first article subsequent to such changes.
Q22 Supplier will adhere to the directions provided in Executive Order (EO) 13224, Executive Order on Terrorist Financing – Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions With Persons Who Commit, Threaten to Commit, or Support Terrorism, effective on 9/24/2001 and any subsequent changes made to it. Supplier further agrees to include this requirement in lower-tier purchase orders or subcontracts hereunder. To view the contents of the EO, please access the following website: http://www.treas.gov/offices/eotffc/ofac/sanctions/terrorism.html
Q23 Supplier acknowledges that documents, drawings and electronic data submitted in support of this order/request for quote, may constitute "technical data" within the definition of the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), 22 CFR 120-130 and is subject to the export control laws of the United States. Transfer of this "technical data" by any means to a foreign person or foreign entity, whether in the United States or abroad, without prior export license or other approval from the U.S. Department of state is prohibited.
Q24 All specialty metals used for this order shall be melted in the United States or a qualifying country. Exceptions must have written prior approval by the Buyer. These specialty metals are defined in Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement Clause 252.225-7014, Preference for Domestic Specialty Metals, Alternate I applies. Qualifying countries are listed in 225.872-1 (a), see http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/dars/dfars/index.htm.
Q25 The supplier shall establish and maintain a documented system for the control of non-conforming material and/or product. The system shall be designed to prevent the escape of nonconforming product being shipped. Included in the system will be provisions for notification if nonconforming product is discovered to have been shipped where by the Buyer is notified within 72 hours of detection.
Q26 Parts and materials furnished for this order shall be manufactured under single lot control. A single lot requires the parts/materials to be processed with the same design, methods, construction, and materials, in an essentially continuous and unchanged process. The Seller shall certify that the raw material(s) used for this order is from one single lot, batch, heat and mill, as applicable. The Seller shall keep raw material lots segregated and identified for items delivered.
Q27 A) Chemical Analysis- Each shipment must include one (1) legible and reproducible copy of a certificate showing certification of chemical properties in the form of quantitative test reports traceable to the material heat lot number of batch number and reflecting the material condition specified on the Purchase Order drawing. Separate certifications are required for each material lot. Supplier product advertisement catalog sheets are not suitable as chemical analysis results. Each certification must reflect the Buyer’s Purchase Order number and applicable specifications, traceable to the Purchase Order, as well as traceability to the heat lot or batch number, quantity of items covered by the certificate, and serialization, if applicable. This chemical properties report shall also bear the signature and title of an authorized agent of the supplier that performed the test.
B) Physical Analysis- Each shipment must include one (1) legible and reproducible copy of a certificate showing certification of physical properties in the form of quantitative test reports traceable to the material heat lot number of batch number and reflecting the material condition specified on the Purchase Order drawing. Separate certifications are required for each material lot. Each certification must reflect the Buyer’s Purchase Order number and applicable specifications, traceable to the Purchase Order, as well as the quantity of items covered by the certificate, and serialization, if applicable. This chemical properties report shall also bear the signature and title of an authorized agent of the supplier that performed the test.
C) Process Certifications- Each shipment must include one (1) legible and reproducible copy of a certificate showing each process used, such as heat treating, welding, etc.. The certificate(s) shall include the name and current revision level of the process, the specification to which it conforms, the signature and title of an authorized representative of the Seller. Seller is responsible for the certification/qualification and control of processing, regardless of any administrative statement contained in the process specifications, whether the processing is performed at supplier’s facility or those of their subcontractors. When parts are serialized, serial numbers must appear on the certification.
Q28 In order to comply with the requirements of FAR 52.225-1, DFAR 252.225-7001, and DFAR 225-872 and its subsections, all parts delivered against this Purchase Order must contain Aluminum manufactured by a domestic source or an approved country as specified in the FAR/DFAR clauses. If the material to be used is not from one of these sources, the Buyer must be contacted prior to its use. In the event that the incorrect material is used; the parts will be returned for replacement at the supplier’s expense.
Q29 Materials on this order are considered hazardous. The supplier shall provide a certification and appropriate data sheets defining the chemical composition, safety and health hazards, first-aid measures, and storage requirements for materials supplied.
Q30 A NADCAP certified processor is required for the special processes required for this part. A separate Certificate of Conformance is required for each process that is a NADCAP Certified Process and must be provided with each shipment. This certification is in addition to other Certifications of Conformance that may be required for this purchase order.
|Supplier Quality Assurance Requirements Rev B.pdf||227.01 KB|