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  1. A part for which there is objective and credible evidence indicating that the part is likely an unapproved or counterfeit part. NOTE: This includes: articles shipped to an end user by a supplier who does not have direct delivery authorization from the approved production organization; new articles that do not conform to the approved design/data; articles that have not been manufactured or maintained by an approved source; articles that have been intentionally misrepresented, including counterfeit parts; and articles with incomplete or inappropriate documentation. (9110) (9120)
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Сомнительное изделие Изделие, которое могло быть произведено или предположительно произведено не в соответствии с действующими нормами и правилами
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şüpheli onaysız parça
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 18 Feb 2018

Evidence provided by the supplier certifying the article conforms to approved data. (9114)

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Ведомость соответствия Подтверждение соответствия одобренным данным, предоставленное поставщиком
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Created: 23 Nov 2016
Updated: 18 Feb 2018

Temporary invalidation of the statement of conformity for all or part of the specified scope of attestation (see ISO/IEC 17000). (9104/2)

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Приостановление Временное признание недействительным заключения о соответствии для всей или части заявленной области аттестации (см. ISO/IEC 17000)
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Created: 23 Nov 2016
Updated: 18 Feb 2018

Additional oversight conducted by IAQG member companies in accordance with this standard, using qualified OP assessors. Supplemental oversight activity does not duplicate SMS or CBMC shared oversight activities. Supplemental oversight may be used to increase IAQG member company confidence in the ICOP scheme effectiveness. Supplemental oversight can also be used to address supply chain risk. (9104/2)

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Дополнительный надзор Дополнительный надзор, проводимый компаниями-участниками IAQG в соответствии с настоящим стандартом, с привлечением квалифицированных оценщиков. Дополнительный надзор не дублируе
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Created: 23 Nov 2016
Updated: 18 Feb 2018

The IAQG OPMT managed process that assures conformance and global harmonization of the ICOP scheme across all IAQG sectors. Shared oversight includes assessments of approved, accredited, and authenticated stakeholders, as defined in the 9104/1 standard. Shared oversight prevents duplication of effort and allows IAQG member companies to share results. (9104/2)

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Совместный надзор Процесс, управляемый группой IAQG OPMT, гарантирующий соответствие и общую синхронизацию схемы ICOP между всеми секторами IAQG. Совместный надзор включает оценку одобренных, сертифиц
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Created: 23 Nov 2016
Updated: 18 Feb 2018

A permanent location where an organization carries out work or a service.(9104/1)

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Площадка (объект) Постоянное местоположение, где организация выполняет работы или оказывает услуги
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Created: 16 Nov 2016
Updated: 18 Feb 2018

1. Leader of the strategy focus stream championing the initiative/project/standard. [105.1]

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Created: 14 Feb 2018
Updated: 15 Feb 2018

1. The designated leader who manages the function to ensure the coordinated numbering, balloting, and publication of IAQG standards is in line with IAQG Procedure 105.3, "Standards Review, Ballot, and Publication Process". [105.1] [105.2]

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Created: 14 Feb 2018
Updated: 14 Feb 2018

1. Leader of one of the IAQG sectors [i.e., Americas Aerospace Quality Group (AAQG), Asia-Pacific Aerospace Quality Group (APAQG), European Aerospace Quality Group (EAQG)]. [105.1] [105.2]

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Created: 14 Feb 2018
Updated: 14 Feb 2018

1. The identified focal in a sector for each document issued by the IAQG. When more than one language version is issued in a sector, there may be a corresponding SDR for each language version document issued by the IAQG. Typically, the SDR is the leader of the sector's sub-team or writing team for the development and/or maintenance of the document. [105.1] [105.2]

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Created: 14 Feb 2018
Updated: 14 Feb 2018

1. One of the three constituent parts of the IAQG (i.e., Americas, Asia-Pacific, European). [105.1] [105.2]

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Created: 14 Feb 2018
Updated: 14 Feb 2018
  1. Parts for which the design, manufacturing, inspection data, and marking requirements necessary to demonstrate conformity to the part are in the public domain and published/established as part of the officially recognized standards. [9145]
  2. Parts for which the design, manufacturing, inspection data, and marking requirements necessary to demonstrate conformity of the part are in the public domain and published or established as part of officially recognized standards. [9107A]
  3. A part manufactured in compliance with an established government or industry-accepted specification that contains design, manufacturing, and uniform identification requirements. The specification must include all information necessary to produce and conform the part, and must be published so that any person/organization may manufacture the part.[9114]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 14 Feb 2018
  1. identifying or characterizing mark or impression. Physical device or artifact used to imprint or press an image. Stamps should be unique in shape for each specific activity and should have unique identification for each individual. Can also be the tool to provide the mark or the act of marking. [SCMH Section 3.12]
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印章
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印鑑章
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Stempel
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tampon
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Stempel
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חותמת
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cap
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timbro
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スタンプ
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인장
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Marcação
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штамп / клеймо
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sello
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mühür
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 14 Feb 2018
  1. The entity or party that supplies product or services to a customer in accordance with contract requirements.
    NOTE 1: Products and services may include: designs, production materials, production/service parts, assemblies, special processes (e.g., heat treatment, welding), or services to a customer per a contractual agreement.
    NOTE 2: The term supplier is synonymous with the term contractor, producer, seller, or vendor. [9145]
  2. The furnisher of articles or related services, at any tier, to an approved manufacturer. [9114]
  3. An organization that enters into a contract with the acquirer for the supply of a
    system, software product or software service under the terms of the contract.
    NOTE: The term supplier is synonymous with contractor, producer, seller, or vendor. [9005]
  4. The entity or party that supplies product or services to a customer per the contract. [9013]
  5. organization or person that provides a product or service  (9117)
    NOTE 1: A supplier can be internal or external to the organization.
    NOTE 2: In a contractual situation, a supplier is sometimes called “contractor”.[IAQG-history]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 21 Apr 2017
  1. A party having a right, share, or claim in a system or in its possession of characteristics that meet that party’s needs and expectations [ISO/IEC 15288]. NOTE: Stakeholders include, but are not limited to customers, suppliers, regulatory bodies, and functional organizations or groups involved in product realization. [9115]
  2. Individual or organization having a right, share, claim, or interest in a system or in its possession of characteristics that meet their needs and expectations. Stakeholders include, but are not limited to: customers, suppliers, regulatory bodies, and functional organizations or groups involved in product realization. [9145]

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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 21 Apr 2017
  1. Those requirements identified by the customer, or determined by the organization, which have high risks of not being met, thus requiring their inclusion in the operational risk management process. Factors used in the determination of special requirements include product or process complexity, past experience, and product or process maturity. Examples of special requirements include performance requirements imposed by the customer that are at the limit of the industry’s capability, or requirements determined by the organization to be at the limit of its technical or process capabilities. [9100]
  2. The definition in 9100 (see clause 3.5) applies with the following clarification for software. Examples of special requirements that may introduce high risk for software include: the introduction of a new compiler, new advanced modeling technique, qualification of tools, specific test equipment capabilities, introduction of a new type of interface, or specific customer technical requirements. These requirements are included in the risk management process. [9115]
  3. Those requirements identified by the customer, or determined by the organization, which have high risks of not being achieved, thus requiring their inclusion in the risk management process. Factors used in the determination of special requirements include product or process complexity, past experience, and product or process maturity. Examples of special requirements include performance requirements imposed by the customer that are at the limit of the industry’s capability, or requirements determined by the organization to be at the limit of its technical or process capabilities (reference 9100 and 9110 standards). [9145]

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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 19 Apr 2017
  1. act of close observation or review of an activity, operation or process. [IAQG-history]
  2. The act of careful observation, monitoring, measuring or verifying: 
  • Operators - monitoring operator competence and performance to detect or prevent a noncompliance to established requirements.
  • Products - validation of products to detect or prevent a noncompliance to established engineering requirements.
  • Processes - verfication that processes are implemented and performed, as planned. [9162]

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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 17 Apr 2017
  1. Software or a program that aids in the development, compilation, maintenance, or use of other software or provides general application-independent capability [see ISO/IEC 2382-1].[9115]
  2. Software that aids in the development or maintenance of other software. For purposes of this standard, support software includes system software used to facilitate the operation and maintenance of a computer system and it’s associated programs. [IEEE-STD-610] [9006]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 17 Apr 2017
  1. The set of computer programs and associated documentation/data intended for, or required by, a customer; or any intended output resulting from the product realization process.
    NOTE: A software product may be designated for delivery, an integral part of another software or hardware product, or used in the development process. [9115]
  2. An output that results from a software process. Products can be tangible or intangible, a thing or an idea, hardware or software, information or knowledge, a process or procedure, a service or function. When ISO uses the term product, it also means service. [9005]
  3. The set of computer programs, procedures and possibly associated documentation
    and data. [ISO/IEC 12207]
    NOTE: A software product may be designated for delivery, an integral part of another product, or used in the development process.
    NOTE: This is different than a product in ISO 9000. [9006]
  4. set of computer programs, procedures, documentation and their associated data which form an identifiable solution to a software requirement. (derived from ISO/IEC 9126-1:2001) [IAQG-history]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 17 Apr 2017
  1. The period of time that begins with the decision to produce or modify software and ends when the software product support is no longer required. The software life cycle typically contains a concept phase, requirements phase, design phase, implementation phase, test phase, installation and checkout phase, and operation and maintenance phase; could at times include the retirement phase. These phases may overlap or be performed iteratively [based upon IEEE 610.12:1990, IEEE 15288]. [9115]
  2. (1) an ordered collection of processes determined by an organization to be sufficient and adequate to produce a software product. (2) The period of time that begins with the decisions to produce or modify a software product and ends when the product is retired from service. [RTCA/DO-178B] [9006]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 17 Apr 2017
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