BIOGRAPHY

Alan W. Daniels

Process and Systems Management, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA, USA

Alan Daniels currently works for Boeing Commercial Airplanes in the Regulatory and Quality Systems Organization (RQSO) with the responsibility of the Boeing enterprise QMS Strategy, Integration and Industry Standards Management.

International standards activities include:

  • Leader/Chairman of the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) “Requirements Strategy Stream” (26 standards) - AAQG/IAQG member since 2006
  • Leader/Chairman of the IAQG Standard (AS) “9100 Team”Convener/Chairman
  •  ISO Technical Committee 176 Sub Committee 2 - Working Group 23 – “Product Support and Communications”
  • “ISO Technical Committee 176 SC2 Liaison”, representing the IAQG
  • Former Vice Chairman of the “US ISO Technical Advisory Group (TAG) 176” - member since 2006
  • ANAB Board of Directors
  • 33 Years in AS&D Quality

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International standards activities include:

  • Americas Aerospace Quality System Committee (AAQSC) Chair
  • AAQSC Leader of the IAQG “Requirements Strategy Stream” and AAQG Projects Chair (26 standards) - AAQG/IAQG member since 2006
  • AAQSC Americas 9100 Team Lead
  • IAQG Liaison to Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to ISO/TC 176 participating on WG24 on ISO 9001:2015 writing and WG25 on ISO 9001:2015 Interpretations
  • Probitas Aerospace Industry Experienced Auditor (9100/9110/9120)
  • IRCA and Exemplar Global QMS and EMS Certified Lead Auditor
  • 30 Years in AS&D Quality

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