ISO/DIS 9001:2014 - the draft international standard for quality management - has been approved following the closure of the ballot.
This latest milestone means that the standard can now move forward to Final Draft International Standard (FDIS), currently forecast for publication in March 2015. This anticipated move is expected to be approved at the upcoming ISO Technical Committee meeting to be held in Ireland during November, where the 3000+ comments received to date will be reviewed.
ISO's Technical Committee no.176, Sub-committee no.2 (ISO/TC 176/SC 2) is responsible for the development of the ISO 9001 and ISO 9004 International Standards as well as other International Standards and documents in the ISO 9000 family. More information about their work can be found here.
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