Resion maintains several international certifications to meet the rigorous quality requirements of our customers. Additionally, Resion meets the stringent requirements of the United States Defense Logistics Agency. Each of these certifications require on-site audits to thoroughly review Resion’s quality management system and our counterfeit mitigation program.
AS9120 is a company level certification which includes all of the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 standard plus additional requirements related to the Aerospace industry.
The AS6081 standard establishes requirements and practices to mitigate the risk of buying, receiving and selling fraudulent/counterfeit electronic parts.
ANSI/ESD S20.20 is the industry standard for the development of Electro-Static Discharge control programs that protect today’s increasingly sensitive electronic components, assemblies, and equipment.
AS9100 is a company level certification for a quality management system for companies that provide products or services to the military/aerospace industries.
The PRI CAAP accreditation is given to companies who have rigorous mitigating procedures for identifying counterfeit parts into the supply chain and help minimize the cost for compliance throughout the aviation, aerospace, and defense industries.
ERAI provides counterfeit part and supplier risk mitigation solutions across multiple industry sectors including defense, aerospace, medical, nuclear and commercial. ERAI strives to connect all sectors of the electronic supply chain from OCMs, OEMs and CMs to Distributors, Test Labs and Government Organizations.
The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) program is managed by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to help secure our borders and ensure the continued free flow of international trade. CTPAT is a voluntary trade partnership program in which CBP and members of the trade community work together to facilitate the movement and security of international trade.
The purpose of the QTSL (Qualified Testing Suppliers List) Program is to mitigate the risk of nonconforming or counterfeit semiconductors and microcircuits entering the DLA Land and Maritime supply chain. This certification requires rigorous on-site audits to ensure that Resion meets the requirements of the prescriptive QTSL program defined by the United States Defense Logistics Agency.
The purpose of the QSLD (Quality Supplier List of Distributors) Program is to establish and maintain a list of pre-qualified sources for certain electronic components to ensure that that Resion’s quality assurance procedures are consistent with industry and international quality standards. This certification requires rigorous on-site audits to ensure that Resion meets the requirements of the prescriptive QSLD program defined by the United States Defense Logistics Agency.