Quality Assurance for Organizational and Intermediate Level Aircraft Maintenance at Navy Organizations
INSPECTOR GENERAL DEPT OF DEFENSE ARLINGTON VA
Pagination or Media Count:
We are providing this report for your review and use. We performed the audit as part of our continued effort to review quality assurance for aircraft maintenance. We reviewed quality assurance policies and procedures in effect at intermediate and organizational maintenance levels at Naval Air Station Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida, and Naval Air Station Lemoore, Lemoore, California. Audit Results The intermediate and organizational maintenance units we visited had adequate policies and procedures in place for administering and managing quality assurance programs and the maintenance units generally complied with those policies and procedures. We did note instances where the units were not in full compliance with existing policies and procedures. We are providing the details of those instances in this report. We are not providing recommendations at this time. However, your attention to the noncompliance is necessary to ensure that actions are taken to correct the deficiencies. The objectives of the audit were to evaluate the effectiveness of the management and administration of quality assurance policies and procedures for units performing intermediate and organizational level aircraft maintenance and to evaluate applicable internal controls.
- Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering and Control of Production Systems