WR Systems Achieves ISO Certification

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Norfolk Mayor Paul D. Fraim will recognize WR Systems, Ltd. for Outstanding Achievement on Wednesday, March 4, following the company’s certification from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

WRSystems has received ISO 9001:2000 certification, a process standard for a quality management system. The ISO is based in Geneva, Switzerland and establishes and approves worldwide proprietary industrial and commercial standards for technical and engineering criteria, methods and practices. To achieve ISO certification a company must go through a rigorous and lengthy process. The certification of WRSystems lasts for three years and will help open doors to both government contracts and the private sector.

WRSystems is a systems engineering firm that provides products and services for Federal Government, Transportation Technologies, and Healthcare Systems. WRSystems is based in Fairfax, Virginia. The Norfolk site is the company’s Engineering Services Division and the firm’s largest location, employing a staff of 212.

(www.wrsysems.com)

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