The Rocky Mountain Regional Chapter Society of Quality Assurance (RMRCSQA) was formed in 1990 to serve the needs of Quality Assurance professionals in the states of Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Wyoming.
Join our Chapter for only $25 per year! Please visit the membership
page for a summary of member benefits and the membership application.
RMRCSQA Chapter Member Directory
Members can now view our Chapter member directory online! You will need to log in using your SQA account username and password to view the directory. If you do not know your SQA username or password, please do not create a new account, as multiple accounts cause problems with password reminders and other features. Instead, use the link on the login page to request that your logon be sent to you via email.
Volunteers needed... A lot goes on behind the scenes that could use your help. Chapter tasks include: By-Law review & changes, financial audit of our books, mailings, surveys, participation on our committees, support for training sessions (copying, evaluation forms, certificates, attendees list, etc.), or support for the newsletter (authors, research on regulatory news, compiling training or classified sections, etc.). Please contact any member of the Board or Committee
Chairs to participate.
With the RMRCSQA Members Listserv, Chapter members
are able to:
E-mail the entire chapter using a single e-mail address;
Include file attachments in listserv messages;
Opt to receive a daily digest of messages instead of receiving each message
as it is sent;
Reply to a message directly via e-mail without going online;
If you are a RMRCSQA member and do not know the listserv e-mail address,
please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To advance quality principles and practices through meetings, workshops, newsletters
and the chapter website. To provide a forum for members to interact with
other professionals having the same common interests and to promote information
exchange between the multiple facets of the regulated community.