Cambridge Recommended for ISO Recertification; Kim Harokopus Quoted

Cambridge Recommended for ISO Recertification; Kim Harokopus Quoted - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Global accreditation body NQA has recommended Cambridge International Systems for an ISO 9001:2015 recertification following an assessment of the latter's management systems.

NQA conducted an external audit of Cambridge's management systems supporting defense and national security services, Cambridge said Wednesday.

Arlington, Va.-based Cambridge secured an ISO 9001 certification in 2010 and will continue to have that accreditation through 2022 through the recertification.

Kim Harokopus, founder and CEO of Cambridge, said the recertification seeks to demonstrate the company's efforts to continuously deliver platforms and services to government and commercial clients.

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