MJLM’s Engineering & Technical Services division is proud to hold the following certifications:
ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System (QMS) is internationally recognized as the world’s leading quality management standard. The purpose of the standard is to assist companies in meeting statutory and regulatory requirements relating to their product while achieving excellence in their customer service and delivery.
The standard is used throughout MJLM’s Engineering & Technical Services division to manage and improve our quality of performance in Fabrication, Maintenance, Refurbishment, and Testing of Government equipment to ensure MJLM complies with Government requirements.
CMMI Level III Compliant
MJLM follows the disciplined Compatibility Maturity Model Initiative (CMMI) Level III approach to program planning and program management. Our multi-disciplinary engineering staff provides subject matter expertise to collaborate and resolve design deficiencies.
Our ISO 9001:2008 & CMMI Level III processes derive full compliance with customer and Government requirements. MJLM Quality Assurance approach consists of four key focus areas that concentrate on program & process execution: (1) ISO / CMMI Guidance; (2) Hardware Quality Assurance; (3) Supplier Quality Assurance; and (4) Quality Control.
ITAR – International Traffic in Arms Regulations
ITAR is an export control regulation designed to help ensure defense related technology does not get into the wrong hands. Articles specifically designed or otherwise intended for military end-use are enumerated on the United States Munitions List (USML) or the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) Annex and therefore controlled by International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) which is administered by the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) at the State Department.
JCP – Joint Certification Program
The United States (U.S.) and Canada share a unique, long-standing military and economic relationship. They are partners in the joint defense of North America and have established a bilateral common structure (NORAD) for mutual defense. The neighboring countries also consult and cooperate on the development of common industrial security procedures and technology controls. They have entered into numerous bilateral agreements that codify and support this relationship. As a result, in 1985, the countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that established the U.S.-Canada Joint Certification Program (JCP).
The JCP certifies contractors of each country for access, on an equally favorable basis, to unclassified technical data disclosing critical technology controlled in the U.S. by Department of Defense (DOD) Directive 5230.25 and, in Canada, by the Technical Data Control Regulations. The JCP is managed by the U.S./Canada Joint Certification Office (JCO).