Quality control within the naval supply system
Flanagan, John Edward, Jr.
Taylor, Charles F., Jr.
Lindsay, Glenn F.
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The implementation of a Naval Supply Systems Command Quality Control Program is intended to promote improved performance at U.S. Naval stockpoints. this paper examines current quality control procedures, compares current practice to quality control theory, and recommends that sequential sampling techniques be adopted. Sequential sampling plans and their associated operating characteristics curves and average sample number curves are provided. Implementation of the recommended procedures could result in a more flexible and efficient Quality Control Program at Naval Supply System stockpoints.
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