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Quality control includes planning, guidance, verification and recording activities, which are generally implemented within various departments of JCI, or at the JCI level, based on prescribed procedures. In addition to this system, individual departments may also implement supplemental quality control procedures, as required.
At the JCI level, task performance and quality control are the responsibility of:
The project manager, chief designer, reviewer, and Technical Council member functions are not permanent; they are assigned separately for each specific task.
Following the signing of a contract, the DG appoints the project manager and the chief designers.
The project manager prepares a Project Implementation Program, which contains, inter alia, an overview of contractual requirements, an assessment of required resources, and a project implementation and billing schedule. The Program is approved by the respective department manager and then by the DG.
The department manager directs project implementation and quality control as outlined in the Project Implementation Program, arranges project progress briefings for the DG, and ensures that the Finance Department is apprised of project milestones for billing purposes.
The project manager, chief designers, and department manager sign the final report (design, study, etc.), thereby certifying that appropriate quality control procedures have been implemented. The signed final report is forwarded to the DG for approval prior to its submission to the client.
As and when required, the DG appoints project reviewers at the JCI level, and/or requests a presentation of the project, and/or convenes a review session of the Technical Council.
The DG signs the final report and approves its submission to the client. The final report is archived in the respective department and its library form is archived in the JCI database. As and when required, the entire final report is also archived in the JCI database.
Following the signing of a contract, the DG appoints the project manager, chief designers, and reviewers.
The project manager prepares a Project Implementation Program, which contains an overview of contract requirements, an assessment of required resources, an estimate of the degree of participation required from various functional departments, and a project implementation and billing schedule, and addresses any outsourcing requirements of the Technical Council and other relevant matters. The Program is then approved by the DG.
Department managers manage project implementation and quality control within their respective departments, as outlined in the Project Implementation Program and in cooperation with appointed reviewers; they also schedule regular briefings with the project manager who, in turn, keeps the DG updated on project progress and keeps the Finance Department apprised of project milestones for billing purposes.
The project manager, chief designers, and respective department managers sign the final report (design, study, etc.), thereby certifying that appropriate quality control procedures have been implemented. The signed final report is forwarded to the DG for approval prior to its submission to the client.
Appointed reviewers prepare review reports and submit these reports to the DG. The DG invites the involvement of the Technical Council and requests project presentations, as needed.
The DG signs the final report and approves its delivery to the client. The final report is archived in the files of the respective departments, and both the library form and final report are archived in the JCI database.