SIGs

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide ASQ members within a specific industry or quality grp1practice access to networking, education, and support from other ASQ professionals with distinct expertise and experience. One powerful result of this interactive process is that each SIG harnesses its knowledge and experience to influence the future quality of products, services, and direction of ASQ.

Review the list of our Special Interest Groups and make the most of your ASQ membership by being part of a SIG that fits your professional and business pursuits.

Visit the SIG web pages to learn more about individual SIG objectives.

The Audit SIG

The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C) SIG

The Lean 6-Sigma SIG