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Our Story

history01The ongoing pursue in the protection of communities and consumers is the primer to our Charter, which served as the inspiration for the foundation of the GOB | GCC Platform. This is the inspiration triggered by the concern of competent professionals coming together as network from across the world in facing challenges as seen impacting consumers and world regions in relation to quality, medical, healthcare, privacy, security, confidentiality, product liabilities and food risks et al affecting consumers. From there we establish a body through a United States Citizens Board of Directors to carryout activities that relate to accreditation and recognition practices and affairs. The GOB | GCC Platform legality has come to pass as a Public Trust. In January of 2008, an authoritatively Chartered power was granted in September of the same year to later be reiterated by Governmental tripartite (Departments of State, Treasury and Justice).

Our accreditation and recognition logo shows the world regions and countries that inspire the establishment of the GOB. Today from these same regions is wherein delegates represent to assure our primary purpose of community and consumer protection; and to promote, encourage and participate in product and service initiatives from America. 

The greatest care needs to be applied, in governing and acting as it needs to reflect changing challenges that the supply chains faces in adherence to a legally binding Charter, that primarily seeks ways to protect communities and consumers. To this effect the interest of the GOB | GCC Platform (the GOB Platform) is to carry its duties with competence and true impartiality. Great care needs be taken to this effect and not to seek actions in protection of consumers as the resources allows us.

The GOB Platform comes to pass because of the insightful knowledge on issues among others including:

  • Finance,
  • Food borne illness, including chemical, biological, radiological and physical contaminants in the food supply chain
  • Food quality, as relate to nutrition and information,
  • Quality of goods including heavy metals in finished goods including toys,
  • Privacy and Confidentiality in an era of cyber-security concerns,
  • Physical security,
  • Retailing, and
  • Others of adverse impacts to communities and consumers.

And that by this talented network sitting on the sidelines we felt that that amoral based actions such as greed occur unchecked through secret combinations taking advantage. We went to the roots in which the United State of America has been founded and found answers.

Reiterating; in September 2008 The GOB | GCC Platform earned authoritative powers as a public trust from the Department of State Government of The State of California to carryout a legal Charter through Bequest, Donations, Fundraising, Grants and Affair activities in adhering to 501 (c) (3) and special legal statutes from the U.S. Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Code and monitoring is continuously by the Department of Justice to assure compliance to antitrust statutes through the Department of Justice.

While the legality of the Charter derives from the United States of America it does carry through jurisdictions worldwide as a voluntary agreement, not imposed or forced. The jurisdictions extend to GOB Delegates regions. As a Public Trust, we provide for organizations and government agencies to demonstrate competence with impartiality, ethics and integrity or for some an alternative that complements regulatory affairs through recognition - accreditation.

For the GOB to carry its affairs of accreditation and recognition through the assembled global team of experts as the Delegates under the Governance of the Board of Directors and Board of Governance, in turn assures the reliability of the affairs to our Pledge. The affairs are carryout to provide evidence that the Charter is a living legal instrument.


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2020 | The GOB | GCC Accreditation - Recognition Platform a is a U.S.A based chartered legal entity and contributions are tax deductible as referenced 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

As a U.S.A. based accreditation - recognition platform public trust chartered organization; as a public-trust contributions are tax deductible. No distribution of money to individuals for their own benefits - we are not a mere not-for-profit foundation. The work and resources are dedicated to promote, encourage the Charter, legally binding purpose to protect communities and consumers, and to promote, encourage and participate in product and service initiatives from America.