Defense Agency Completes Two Day Quality Audit at Silicon Power Corporation
Representatives from the Defense Agency for Technology and Quality Korea (DTaQ) (www.dtaq.re.kr) recently completed a two-day quality focused audit at Silicon Power Corporation corporate headquarters in Malvern, Pennsylvania.
The Defense Agency of Technology and Quality implements the quality assurance and quality management of defense technology. The DTaQ systematically conducts the inspection, analysis, assessment and information management of defense technology to acquire superior munitions.
The DtaQ was initially launched as the Defense Quality Inspection Agency on July 1, 1981. On February 2, 2006, according to the article 32 of the Defense Acquisition Program Act, the organization was expanded and overhauled to be the DTaQ of today. A specialized R&D institute, funded by the Defense Acquisition Program Administration, added the functions of national defense technology planning and technical information management to expand on the conventional functions of the Defense Quality Inspection Agency.
The DTaQ advances the national defense system making it responsive to the national security environment. The organization also plays a pivotal role in establishing the cutting-edge information armed forces, which is pursued by the army.
Silicon Power Corporation is a globally recognized design and manufacturing resource of state-of-the-art technology for devices and systems; supporting life critical requirements of national defense, aerospace, medical, transportation, utilities and communications.
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