Mil standards, Project Management

MIL standards were introduced in 1974. In 1975 BSI 5179 in these parts drawn from the contents of defiance standards 05-21 series. This standard was not written in mandatory term but used by major purchasers for evaluation and selection of their vendors. To meet growing awareness of quality in the industries BS5750 standards was developed by BSI in1979. Further in 1981 the guides were published for the usage of BS 5750.

International organization for standards ( ISO) revised and issued BS 5750 in 1987 as ISO 9000 series of standards on quality system. Since then many countries have produced their own standards in exact replica of ISO 9000 series. More than forty countries have adopted them as EN 29000. In India BIS ( Bureau of India Standards ) published IS 14000 series as quality system standard.

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