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ARMY - AR 702-7-1

Reporting of Product Quality Deficiencies within the U.S. Army

active, Most Current
Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 13 April 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 21
scope:

Purpose

This regulation sets forth policies and responsibilities for reporting and processing product quality deficiencies within the Army. It complements but is not subordinate to Army Regulation (AR) 702-7, a Joint regulation, which covers reporting of product quality deficiencies across the Department of Defense (DOD) components. For cross-component product quality deficiency reports (PQDRs), AR 702-7 states that DOD Components may use processes in AR 702-7, Enclosure 2 or component specified instructions which are prescribed herein. The Army will process all PQDRs in accordance with this regulation. The purpose of the PQDR program is to remove defective nonconforming and/or dangerous items from the Army inventory; provide remediation to the unit for defective items; determine the root cause of the defective item to prevent its reoccurrence; and collect failure and nonconformance data for trend analysis to continuously improve system performance. The PQDR program establishes official product quality feedback channels to the designated Army national inventory control point (NICP) responsible for the product design, procurement and distribution of items and materiel identified as defective, and provision of a means for correcting deficiency.

Document History

AR 702-7-1
April 13, 2020
Reporting of Product Quality Deficiencies within the U.S. Army
Purpose This regulation sets forth policies and responsibilities for reporting and processing product quality deficiencies within the Army. It complements but is not subordinate to Army Regulation...
July 15, 2009
Reporting of Product Quality Deficiencies Within the U.S. Army
Purpose This regulation sets forth policies and responsibilities for reporting product quality deficiencies within the Army. It complements AR 702-7, a joint regulation, which covers reporting of...
April 25, 2005
REPORTING OF PRODUCT QUALITY DEFICIENCIES WITHIN THE U.S. ARMY
Applicability. This regulation applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard of the United States, including periods when operating in their Army National Guard capacity, and the U.S. Army...
November 17, 2004
REPORTING OF PRODUCT QUALITY DEFICIENCIES WITHIN THE U.S. ARMY
This regulation sets forth policies and responsibilities for reporting product quality deficiencies within the Army. It complements AR 702-7, a joint regulation, which covers reporting of product...
July 2, 2001
REPORTING OF PRODUCT QUALITY DEFICIENCIES WITHIN THE U.S. ARMY
Purpose. This regulation sets forth policies and responsibilities for reporting product quality deficiencies within the Army. It complements AR 702-7, a joint regulation, which covers reporting of...
August 15, 1980
REPORTING OF PRODUCT QUALITY DEFICIENCIES WITHIN THE U.S. ARMY
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