PRI launches the 2011 Nadcap Supplier Survey

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PRI launches the 2011 Nadcap Supplier Survey

20 June 2011

The 2011 Nadcap Supplier Survey will be open for responses on June 20th 2011. All accredited Suppliers are encouraged to complete the survey online to give their feedback on their experiences of Nadcap. The official launch coincides with the Nadcap Meeting, a forum for Primes and Suppliers which takes place three times yearly in locations worldwide.

Take the survey online (after June 20, 2011) at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2011SupplierSurvey

This biennial survey is an initiative of the Nadcap Supplier Support Committee (SSC), which exists to represent and be the voice of the Supplier community. The Committee is made up of active Nadcap accredited Suppliers who are there to help new Suppliers through the process; as well as assisting experienced Suppliers in establishing, maintaining and improving their accredited processes.

This is the fifth issuance of a global aerospace Supplier survey by the Nadcap Supplier Support Committee; previous surveys have been conducted in 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2009. Valid trending data has already been identified and this year’s survey will contribute to the overall picture. For example, in 2003, 25% of respondents indicated that in the areas related to Nadcap accreditation, they had seen an increase in Quality; by 2009, that had risen to 83% of respondents to the survey.

SSC Chairman Eric Jacklin is enthusiastic about the Supplier Survey:

“The Supplier Survey allows us to gain a better understanding of those people we are here to represent: aerospace Suppliers worldwide. With this knowledge, we are able to concentrate our resources on areas of particular interest to the global supply chain. This is an excellent opportunity for Suppliers to have their voice heard and contribute to the future development of the Nadcap program.”