Newport News, Va. – October 2017 – DMG Federal, an information technology (IT) consulting firm specializing in delivering business intelligence and performance optimization solutions for Federal government agencies, has achieved International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 certification by Perry Johnson Registrar, an accredited independent auditing firm, for its Quality Management Systems. By meeting the extensive criteria for these standards, the company affirms its ability to consistently deliver effective quality management systems, comply with security requirements, and drive continuous improvements to products, services, and internal processes.
“Our goal is to provide our clients with services to improve quality across the enterprise so they can become more competitive, reduce costs, and make better business decisions,” said Keith Boyer, President and COO, DMG Federal. “By obtaining the ISO 9001:2015 certificate, we are demonstrating our commitment to our clients’ successes, as well as our dedication to making our own organization more efficient. As a result, we can better serve our customers and provide more value through our quality management solutions.”
“Our ISO journey has just begun. We will continue to work toward better processes and training which will lead to continued efficiencies and sustainability of our ISO certification and ensuring we exceed customers’ expectations.”
The international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system, ISO 9001:2015 helps businesses prove their ability to consistently deliver products and services that meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. Obtained through thorough, external audits performed by an independent accredited registrar company, the certification aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of a company’s system, including processes for improving the system and assuring compliance with various regulations. ISO combines the process approach with risk-based thinking, and employing the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle at all levels in an organization, focusing on performance.