ACT I Receives ISO Quality Management Certification; Claudio Monticelli Comments

Claudio Monticelli

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has obtained independent third-party certification for meeting the International Organization for Standardization’s quality management system standards.

The ISO 9001:2015 certificate validates that ACT I delivers products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements while protecting against quality deficiencies, the company said.

“Corey Gomez, our Quality Assurance Manager, assembled the team, processes, and tools in order to pass third-party independent ISO audits with zero non-conformances for the 7th year in a row,” said Claudio Monticelli, ACT I chief operating officer.

ACT I is an Arlington, Virginia-based company that offers acquisition strategy, program management, engineering, logistics, financial management, security, cyber and contract negotiation support to government customers.

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