- Who's Accredited
ANAB offers accreditation for geophysical testing organizations seeking qualification for the U.S. Department of Defense Advanced Geophysical Classification Accreditation Program (DAGCAP).
DAGCAP participants are involved in the clean-up of munitions response sites and they must meet the DoD Quality Systems Requirements for Organizations Performing Advanced Classification (DoD QSR), which is based on ISO/IEC 17025, the international standard for testing and calibration laboratories.
As one of just two accreditation bodies selected to provide accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025 and DAGCAP, ANAB is recognized to assess organizations for conformance with the DoD QSR.
Any laboratory performing tests in the field (that is, at locations other than a permanent laboratory site) can seek DAGCAP accreditation. In addition to meeting the requirements for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation, the laboratory must meet requirements for laboratories performing tests in the field.
As a recognized DAGCAP accreditation body, ANAB is required to receive applications and collect fees, perform assessments, issue accreditation certificates, monitor ongoing proficiency, and maintain an online listing of accredited organizations. ANAB is also required to participate in a peer evaluation for the multilateral recognition arrangement of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation, the global oversight group for accreditation bodies.
Program Documents (including FA 2004, MA 2100, AR 2250, SR 2414, and other documents)