DBM commends NSU’s efforts on ISO 9001:2015 certification

Department of Budget and Management (DBM) thru the Systems and Productivity Improvement Bureau (SPIB) commended the Naval State University for achieving the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System (QMS) Standards Compliant-Institutional Level.

In a communication sent to Naval State University from the Office of the SPIB Acting Director and GQMC-DBM Secretariat Head, Ms. Clotilde S. Lacsamana-Drapete commended the Naval State University for “its efforts to achieve an ISO 9001:2015 QMS Certificate, which manifest the delivery of better frontline services through an effective QMS, and its compliance with Items 5.1.a.6; 6.3; and 10.6 (Support to Operations) of Administrative Order No. 25 Inter-Agency Task Force Memorandum Circular No. 2018-1 re Grant of the Performance-Based Bonus for FY 2018”.

Hence, the ISO 9001:2015 QMS Certification is one of the requirements stipulated on the Guidelines on the Grant of Performance-Based Bonus for Fiscal Year 2018 under Executive Order No. 80 s. 2012 and Executive Order No. 201 s. 2016 dated May 28, 2018.

“Quality is never an accident, it is the results of intense desire, sincere efforts, intelligent and skilful execution, and the wise choice of the many alternatives”, OIC University President Dr. Victor C. Cañezo, Jr.

NSU ISO 9001:2015 certification is valid from September 5, 2018 until November 16, 2019.

The DNV-GL is an accredited certification body of the Dutch Accreditation Council (Raad Voor Accreditation/RvA) – a member of the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and accredited to audit and certify QMS for Public Administration scope (IAF 36).

The intent to submit for ISO 9001:2015 certification is under the NSU is YOU banner programs particularly on Yes to Quality Assurance.

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