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EnrollmentFor enrollment to the GOB Platform your organizations must adhere to the principles of the Charter, as signatory / bearer. 

Based on Regulatory Affair Practices (RAP) for accreditation and recognition provides us with an effective and efficient mean to convey our Charter. To this effect legal entities that bear or signatory to the RAP must meet the requirements in the pointers that follows, whether the RAP activity is under schedule / option “A” or “B”.

  • The entity must be a legally bona fide registered within the country of operations and needs to possess demonstrable competence in the programs within the scope of activities requested, when accredited - recognized is required proof-evidence.
  • The entity needs to objectively demonstrate that operates under impartiality in benchmarking ISO/IEC 17021, ISO/IEC 17020, ISO/IEC Guide 65 as primers, and for specialty laboratories ISO 15189 and ISO/IEC 17025.
  • The entity must have a nondiscrimination policy on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, or marital status.
  • Objectively not to carry conflicting interest activities (i.e. development of schemes under which provides consulting and certification), whether is permitted by other benchmarks, protocols or programs.
  • The entity will have to provide a confidentiality policy to participants regarding privacy of personal record, as well as part of the signatory to the Charter program.
  • And GCC, for recognition, the entity will not recommend or provide a diploma or certificate to any participant who fails to meet the requirements as set by the agreement as an institution of higher learning and in benchmarking or alignment with internationally recognized and generally acceptable benchmarks based agreements .
  • It would be the responsibility of the entity to inform the GOB Platform about any changes affecting the operations of their structure and matters that might cause concern to the Charter in carrying out RAP accreditation - recognition.
  • An entity may only be nominated once completing and accepting and with favorable response to regulations and benchmarks ISO/IEC 17020, ISO/IEC Guide 65, ISO/IEC 17021 encompassing ISO/TS 22003, ISO/IEC 27006, ISO/IEC 15189 and/or ISO/IEC 17025 and the nomination needs to occur through a GlobalNet delegate of the GOB, which is applicable for management specifications for food, quality, security, health, safety, testing, and medical and final acceptance by the Governance Board of Directors.
  • An entity or individual Affairs such as accreditation may withdraw at any time by a tender of their resignation in writing and returning their accreditation or certification document.
  • Signatories need that the Charter is demonstrably sustained through objective evidence.

To bear the GOB Platform marks the signatory require to benchmarks of the regulatory affair practices activity to operate, for information please contact us.

    Note: “Cloud Coverage” which may encompass two or more regulatory affair activities (such as recognition and accreditation) resulting in benefits when combined.

For the instruments based criterion internationally recognized and generally acceptable benchmarks, the following provides general guidance:

Application Forms, A-1

The Route to Accreditaton

ISO/IEC 17021 specifics to ISO 13485

The OPS (Operations Policy System Manual) Manual provides information on the operations of the RAP byway of benchmarking
ISO/IEC 17011 (also shorter quick overview)

Listing of Scopes and Categories

Donations, Fundraising, Grants through agreements to the Charter for the RAP

ISO 9001, General for QMS

Scope Extension:Reduction, Three Supplemental Procedures

RAP accreditation by sectors

ISO 14001, Environmental Management

Agreement to the Charter,

Recognition - Approval - Certification Manual, for ISO/IEC 17024

FSMS ISO/TS 22003 - HACCP, specifics

Determining Competence and Competence Decision

Guidance Documents and Advisories, as required for bearers of the RAP

Specifics of ISO/IEC 15189 for medical or clinic laboratories

Complaints and Appeals

Suspension and Withdrawals

ISMS in addressing ISO/IEC 27006

Peer Review ISO/IEC 17011, GlobalNet (benchmarks ISO/IEC 17040)

Terms and Conditions based Regulatory Affairs Practices (RAP) - Rights and Obligations of the GOB and the Accredited - Recognized Entity.

Reports and Reporting

Terms of Agreement, RAP, TAA

Charter Signatory, Part of TA


Article of Incorporation, authoritatively

Competencies / Qualifications of Professionals

State and Federal authority for accreditation and recognition



For specifics, whether partnering accreditation or obtaining accreditation or recognition please contact us.

For GCC enrollment visit the “Recognition” GCC Page


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