SOS International Gets ISO Management Certification

The International Organization for Standardization has granted a certification for SOSi International‘s quality management system.

The company said Thursday its quality management system has received an ISO 9001:2015 certification for adherence to requirements such as the capacity to deliver products with consistency, to satisfy customer needs and to proactively improve the system.

Julian Setian, president and CEO at SOSi, stated that the certification reflects the company’s growth and commitment to supporting the U.S.’s defense, intelligence and law enforcement assets.

Firms granted with ISO certifications meet the organization’s QMS standards that are recognized globally.

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