AR 702-7-1 PDF
Find the most up-to-date version of AR at Engineering AR –7–1. Reporting of Product Quality Deficiencies Within the U.S. Army This administrative revision, dated 15 July o Makes organizational updates. (AR –7, figure A-1) d. Are units/MSCs/AMC using the EDRS to report and process QDRs? (AR –7–1) e. Are exhibits being requested and processed in .
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AR —7, figure A-1 d. Abbreviations and special terms 702-7–1 in this regulation are explained in the glossary. Quality deficiency report The SF or format used to record and send product quality deficiency data. Product Quality Deficiency Report.
AR —7, figure A-1 f. Suspension of use of defective items.
AR 702-7-1 Reporting of Product Quality Deficiencies Within the US Army
Cat I days after. Deficiencies reportable under other provisions. The Army Materiel Manager will tell users that delivery of materiel with that defect under the current contract will cease.
Wrong or improperly classified items, missing, or improper documents, ad or shortages, and hidden damages Method of reporting: Disposition of defective materiel.
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AR Reporting Of Product Quality Deficiencies Within The U.S. Army
Report of Discrepancy ROD. QDRs to be processed with another Service. Category II Deficiency Report. For deficiencies reportable under other provisions, see table Those answers that indicate deficiencies must be explained, to include corrective action taken, with supporting documentation. Explanation of abbreviations and terms. Urgent category I reports may be sent by Defense Switched Network. Pam —8, and DA Pam — Suspension will be as follows:.
Category I Deficiency Report A report of a product quality deficiency which may cause death, injury or severe occupational illness; would cause loss or major damage to a weapon system; critically resttricts the combat readiness capabilities of the using organization; or which would result in a production line stoppage. However, they must be confirmed by message within 48 hours.
Users are sion chief within the proponent agency or invited to send comments and suggested its direct reporting unit or field operating improvements on DA Form Recom- agency, in the grade of colonel or the m e n d e d C h a n g e s t o P u b l i c a t i o n s a n d civilian equivalent. Purpose This regulation sets forth policies and responsibilities for reporting product quality deficiencies within the Army. Deficiencies reportable under other provisions, page 2 Glossary ii Chapter 1 Introduction 1—1.
Section I Required Publications. Management Control Evaluation Certification Statement.
Disposition instructions for defective materiel will be given within 45 calendar days qr date of report. Answers to the below questions must be based on the actual testing of controls for example, direct observation, timeline analysis, interviewing and sampling.
Responsibilities of activities receiving QDRs. SF Report of Discrepancy Prescribing directive: Wholesale and retail level reporting. This publication is availa. This includes defects in design, specification, material, manufacturing, and workmanship. In local purchases Method of reporting: Local methods Prescribing directive: References Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms 720-7-1 listed in appendix A.
Exclusions For deficiencies reportable under other provisions, 702-71 table The SF form 702–1 format used to record and transmit product quality deficiency data. Originator An activity or person that discovers and reports a deficiency on SFProduct Quality Deficiency Report, or in a message of a prescribed format. The following checklist is not intended to cover all controls, but does cover those controls considered to be 70-27-1 most important in evaluating the overall effectiveness of the PQDR program.
The propomand and local forms are prohibited with- nent has the authority to approve excepout prior approval from Deputy Chief of tions or waivers to this regulation that are consistent with controlling law and regu- S t a f fG — 4 D A L O – M N NW a s h i n g t o nlations.
Explanation of abbreviations and terms Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the 702–7-1. The SF or format used to record and send product quality deficiency data.
This regulation sets forth policies and responsibilities for reporting product 702-71- deficiencies within the Army. AR —7, figure A Deficient materiel under warranty. AR and AR Category I Deficiency Report. AR and AR Deficiencies: Comments Help make this a better tool for evaluating management controls.
Deficiencies reportable under other provisions, page 2 Glossary.