(1) A statement describing assigned responsibilities and delegated authority of the quality control organization, together with a chart indicating the functional relationship of the quality control organization to management and to other organizational components, and indicating the chain of authority and responsibility within the quality control organization;
(2) A description of inspection procedures for raw materials, purchased items, and parts and assemblies produced by manufacturers' suppliers including methods used to ensure acceptable quality of parts and assemblies that cannot be completely inspected for conformity and quality when delivered to the prime manufacturer's plant;
(3) A description of the methods used for production inspection of individual parts and complete assemblies, including the identification of any special manufacturing processes involved, the means used to control the processes, the final test procedure for the complete product, and, in the case of aircraft, a copy of the manufacturer's production flight test procedures and checkoff list;
(4) An outline of the materials review system, including the procedure for recording review board decisions and disposing of rejected parts;
(5) An outline of a system for informing company inspectors of current changes in engineering drawings, specifications, and quality control procedures; and
(6) A list or chart showing the location and type of inspection stations.
(b) Each prime manufacturer shall make available to the Administrator information regarding all delegation of authority to suppliers to make major inspections of parts or assemblies for which the prime manufacturer is responsible.
[Doc. No. 5085, 29 FR 14569, Oct. 24, 1964, as amended by Amdt. 21–51, 45 FR 60170, Sept. 11, 1980]