Arch Quality Assurance Program

Arch embeds Quality Assurance from start and throughout all phases of our project life cycle. The primary methods of assuring the quality of services are appropriate advance planning, assignment of sufficient qualified staff resources, provision of appropriate tools, and establishment of rigorous program and project management techniques.

All members of the organization involved with the delivery of projects are expected to comply with our SOP and it’s subordinate procedures, tools or templates.

Initiation & Planning

Arch projects are initiated by determining the cost benefit analysis by considering previous project budgets, schedules, lessons learned, issues and risks. The approved Business case establishes the budget for the project. Planning of the project is established by our project Management team based on work breakdown structures, effort estimates, schedule, resource availability and dependencies.

Set Up Project Environments

Project Managers will take appropriate action to establish repositories and environment for software’s and documents required for the project.


Project requirements are analyzed and required documents are prepared for each task. Project Manager of the project establishes and maintains a Risk Register that includes a tab for issues.

Meetings are held on daily basis for ensuring assurance of quality throughout the project life cycle.

Our approach includes:

  • Developing a Quality Management Program Plan for the contract
  • Establishing and monitoring metrics for project objectives
  • Establishing quality management processes that include monitoring and assessing performance
  • Coordinating with the government stakeholders to establish quality objectives by deciding the scope and frequency of quality assessments and reporting policies
  • Coordinating with other contractors regarding quality management
  • Conducting periodic Quality Management Reviews
  • Quality Assurance promotes the delivery of reliable, complete, and accurate work products by minimizing the transmission of errors through Quality Planning, Quality Control, and Quality Improvement processes.

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