Process management is a requirement for sustaining an environment that consistently produces quality information. Process management goes beyond process control; that is, it consistently produces products whose variation is within defined specifications.

Process management requires a focus on the customers of the products produced by the process. It requires the definition of product specifications that meet end customer requirements, not just the specifications that may or may not meet customer needs.

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