QuEST Forum is a global association of companies dedicated to impacting the quality and sustainability of products and services in the ICT industry. In 2000, UT Dallas designed, developed and launched the QuEST Forum’s TL 9000 quality management system to meet the supply chain quality requirements of the worldwide communications industry. Today, we provide all services for the continued development and improvement of the QuEST Forum computer system.
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We collect monthly data submissions from all TL 9000 certified registrations, manage the database, calculate the average performance of the submitted data in the appropriate product and service categories, and make the benchmark data available to QuEST Forum members and TL 9000 certified organizations.
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The nationwide E-Plan program for hazmat responders is the most comprehensive hazardous materials program in the US. It is designed to make critical, life-saving hazmat information immediately available online to first responders. In hazmat or terrorism disasters, every second should count. With E-Plan, every second does.
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Information Security and Quality Management Policy

“To provide management direction and support for information security and superior quality products and services, through continuous improvement, that meet or exceed customer requirements”

  • Knowing customer’s expectations and needs, continually providing high quality products and services;
  • Solving customer requests as soon as possible, preventing problems from recurring and occurring, and earning customer trust;
  • Developing an information security and quality management system and making consistent improvements of its effectiveness;
  • Providing security and quality for measurements data as defined by the contract between UT Dallas and external customers; and
  • Setting quality goals from a customer’s viewpoint, understanding the condition of achievement and reviewing the appropriateness and adequacy of the goals.