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The National Defense College of the Philippines (NDCP) received the ISO 9001:2015 certification.
NDCP President RADM Roberto Q Estioko AFP (Ret), PhD, MNSA and Executive Vice President Director Rolando G Jungco received the certification from AJA Registrars Inc. AJA was represented by its Business Development and Client Relations Manager Ms Laarni T Narido.
In his welcome remarks, Director Jungco recalled the hard work poured into the pursuit for ISO certification. He said, “After more than one year of preparation and after overcoming all the challenge, we now receive the fruits of our labor”.
The NDCP ISO 9001:2015 certification covers the conduct of the Master in National Security Administration (MNSA) Program as the College’s main process, including its interfacing management and support processes.
RADM Estioko encouraged the NDCP officials and personnel to work together to sustain and improve the performance of the College. He urged everyone to provide all stakeholders with high quality service based on international standards.
He said, “I urge everyone to be guided and inspired by the ISO certification. The real work begins now as we continue to implement and improve our system.”
The ISO certificate is a testament that the NDCP has complied with international standards. The certification is valid from December 12, 2018 to December 11, 2021.
Established in 1963, the NDCP is the government’s premier academic institution for education, training and research on national security and defense. The College conducts the one-year MNSA program and other executive courses on national security.