I have it on the latest, highest authority that the revision contains:
- more emphasis on non-manufacturing sectors
- a new common ISO format.
This is still at committee stage, but so far this is how ISO9001:2015 will look:
4. Context of the organization
9. Performance evaluation
Available shortly from the QUALIDOC website – Quality Policy Manual for ISO9001:2008 and AS9100C
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