In this extensive and eye-opening article, we delve deep into the intricate web of organizations that play a pivotal role in certifying the quality and standards of companies across the United States and Internationally. At the center of this investigation lies the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the American National Accreditation Board (ANAB) and the story behind their dominance over the quality certification landscape.
The tale begins with Daryl Guberman’s Exposing Laboratory Accreditation “A2LA body for laboratory accreditation as a member of ANSI’s Board. After reading Austin’s crime lab failure points to national crisis https://www.austinmonitor.com/stories/2017/09/austins-crime-lab-failure-points-national-crisis/ VP of Laboratory accreditation ANSI-ANAB Pamela Sale under deposition in Texas went on to clarify that, “that one of the issues is that there is no commonly agreed-upon set of standards that forensics labs around the country have to follow. Instead, there are informal guidelines that labs can choose to follow or not. Under Daryl’s video exposing the A2LA membership on the ANSI board, an employee from A2LA wrote, “A2LA and ANSI are two separate accreditation bodies. Daryl proves this time and time not to be true. An audio call was left on Daryl’s voice mail by A Chairman of ANSI Russ Chaney “HALF NUT F*ck U”
Daryl sent a letter and audio recording of Russ Chaney’s Message here: https://youtube.com/shorts/DaEhIFcG0J4?si=nM81EmD3bBl7p3Q9 to CEO Joe Bhatia ANSI-ANAB. The letter and recording were sent off to none other than Attorney Jameson Carroll of Carol Weiss ANSI ANAB’s attorney. It’s important to note that ANAB has been entirely under the control of ANSI since 2018 here: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ansi-acquires-full-ownership-of-anab-enhancing-accreditation-services-portfolio-across-global-market-300760006.html which raised eyebrows in the quality assurance and certification industry.
Daryl Guberman, the man who has spent over four decades in the quality field and whose company, Guberman PMC, has been assisting businesses in manufacturing and quality for 12 years, solemnly swears that everything presented in this article is true and accurate as of November 1st, 2023 Here. https://youtu.be/KDHvsWrEw4w?si=AT2cmRjOod6WB7Py What follows is a shocking revelation that will make you reconsider the certificates adorning your office wall.
Exactly one year ago, Daryl picketed the offices of ANSI ANAB in Washington DC here: https://youtu.be/uk7Difxsk9A?si=evbuofcdcRrF_2xk and paid a visit to their New York office here: https://youtu.be/8vzM8e6ul8M?si=M7US3UpnROzfxQ0H .He is determined to simplify the complex web of associations and connections that control the American quality certification landscape. But there’s a twist in the tale. ANSI is deeply entwined with the American Bar Association and the Department of Justice, as the latter is a member of ANSI’s board. This influence extends far and wide.
Between 2015 and 2021, a Chinese national named Xiao Jianhua took control of the International Accreditation Forum Incorporated in Delaware, which was overseeing ANSI ANAB, among others. Surprisingly, on IAF’s board sat American companies, as well as Iran and Pakistan, which were considered equal in accreditation to ANSI ANAB, (who are underwriters for IAF International Accreditation Forum Inc. Delaware USA. and ILAC (International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation-Australia) thanks to their status as Multilateral Agreement Organizations or Multilateral Regional Agreements. Xiao Jianhua’s involvement in quality assurance dates back to 1994, and he possesses a wealth of information that comes to light in this investigation.
In 2013, Daryl delivered a speech at the American Society for Quality, where he crossed paths with Dave Levy, a region-3 director of ASQ (the American Society of Quality), which jointly owned 50% of ANAB along with ANSI owning 50% at the time. Following the speech, Levy offered his support to Daryl, assuring him that ANAB had no issues and supported him. ASQ sat on the ANSI board as a member at this time.
In 2016, Randy Doughtery., a former Vice President of ANAB, and IAF Chairman and principal on their 990-tax report, reached out to Daryl, offering him the chance to join either ANSI ANAB or IAF or both. However, the situation took a sinister turn as it was revealed that the keys to the IAF kingdom had been handed over to the Chinese national, Xiao Jianhua, in 2015. Furthermore, Xiao Jianhua was the Chief Executive of the China National Accreditation Services (CNAS), located in Beijing. In 2017, a photograph surfaced of Xiao Jianhua in a lab in Wuhan, China, issuing a laboratory certification, To the Bio-Level 4 laboratory in Wuhan China raising alarm bells. Here: https://www.prlog.org/12989606-qa-expert-daryl-guberman-exposes-wuhan-bio-level-4-and-other-laboratory-certification.html Ref. CDC Virology Training document for only WUHAN China May 2019 https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/25/5/18-0220-f1
Daryl declined Randy’s invitation in 2016, concerned about a Chinese national overseeing an American company like Lockheed Martin, which was connected to ANSI ANAB. ANSI’s board included federal agencies like the CDC, NIH, FBI, and DOJ, along with major corporations such as Boeing, Pfizer, Johnson and Johnson, and Lockheed. This interlocking web of interests was becoming increasingly troubling. By these Federal agencies and corporations being members of ANSI-ANAB and their membership in IAF they appear to accept Pakistan and Iran’s financial support of Hamas!
In 2017, Randy Doughtery. was advertised on the Department of Homeland Security’s website (The DHS was on ANSI’s board with a Philip Mattson DHS employee being paid his Federal salary along with ANSI’s 250K royalty payment could be non-taxable by the IRS requirements as seen here: https://projects.propublica.org/nonprofits/organizations/131635253/201831559349300118/full ( 2017 Ref-Part IV Business Transactions Involving Interested Persons.) 2023 Director at Large Philip Mattson DHS https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ansi-board-of-directors-names-volunteer-leaders-for-2023-301694836.html ) while his associate in the IAF, the Chinese national, was mandated to collect data through the China National Intelligence Law (article 7), which required Chinese nationals to collect data from the companies, corporations, and federal agencies they worked within. This meant that sensitive data from agencies like DHS and FBI was at risk. Here: https://youtu.be/924FB2DtSE4
Daryl’s exposé of Randy led to repercussions, and he discovered a deposition given in Texas by Ms. Pamela Sale, the Vice President of Laboratory Accreditation for ANSI ANAB. ANSI ANAB also owned the ASCLD-lab and functioned as an accreditation body for laboratories. The Department of Forensic Science in Washington DC had to revoke ANAB’s certificate due to glaring issues. It’s this troubling revelation that has spurred the writing of this article, shedding light on Jameson Carroll and others within the ANSI ecosystem. Here: https://www.forensicmag.com/574870-Update-ANSI-Suspends-DC-Crime-Lab-s-Accreditation/ and here: https://www.businessinsider.com/forensic-csi-crime-labs-disaster-2014-4
Pamela Sale disclosed a significant issue regarding laboratory accreditation certification, stating that there was no commonly agreed-upon set of standards that forensic labs across the country had to follow. Instead, they relied on informal guidelines, leading to a multitude of lab failures.
In 2018, Daryl revisited an article where Pamela Sale pointed out the absence of a proper protocol in the certification process, leaving us with the unsettling realization that the quality certifications we hold dear might not be as reliable as we once believed.
This investigation takes us deep into the underbelly of quality certification organizations, exposing intricate connections and potential risks that could shake the foundations of the American and international quality assurance landscape. It’s time to question the certificates on our walls and the organizations that issue them. The truth, as revealed in this dramatic narrative, might leave you stunned and seeking answers.
As we continue to unravel this intricate web of connections and associations, it becomes evident that the American quality certification landscape is far more convoluted and potentially fraught with risks than one might have ever imagined. The story that unfolds showcases the immense influence that ANSI and ANAB have amassed in their quest to define and control the standards of quality.
Daryl Guberman, with over 40 years of experience in the realm of quality assurance, stands as a vocal advocate for transparency and accountability within the industry. His company, Guberman PMC, has spent over a decade aiding companies in the intricacies of manufacturing, quality, and the array of ISO derivatives and NADCAP assistance.
The implications of Daryl’s investigation reach far beyond the confines of his experience, as they cast a critical eye on the very foundations of the American National Standards Institute and American National Accreditation Board. IAF and ILAC It’s a narrative that unfolds like a suspenseful drama, where the connections between seemingly disparate organizations paint a picture of influence and control that extends into unexpected domains.
The journey begins with Attorney Jameson Carroll of Carol Weiss AL. Georgia, who gave their approval to ANSI’s Chairman Russ Chaney’s Mantra- HALF NUT F*ck U here: https://youtu.be/lJ1U9dS-V7I?si=MHTG02uvc4GX0dCm, the gatekeeper of American quality standards. The revelation that ANSI had taken complete control over ANAB in 2018 opens the door to a series of discoveries that will shake the very core of the quality certification landscape.
Daryl’s exploration of the situation takes us back to a year ago, when he boldly picketed the offices of ANSI ANAB in Washington, DC. His quest for transparency led him to the very heart of this complex issue, with a visit to their New York office. He is determined to present the complexities in the simplest terms possible, making them accessible for readers to grasp.
However, the journey isn’t without its twists and turns. What becomes apparent is that ANSI is deeply intertwined with the American Bar Association and the Department of Justice, where the latter holds a prominent seat on ANSI’s board. The web of influence extends even further.
Between the years 2015 and 2021, the story takes a truly international turn as a Chinese national, Xiao Jianhua emerges as a central figure. Xiao Jianhua was given control of the International Accreditation Forum by Randy Doughtery Incorporated in Delaware, which was overseeing ANSI ANAB. To add a layer of complexity, American-based companies shared IAF’s board with entities from Iran and Pakistan, which were considered equal in accreditation to ANSI ANAB. These connections were further cemented through their classification as Multilateral Arrangement (MLA) Protecting the Value of Accredited Certification – Randy Dougherty, The IAF Chair (2009-2015) Organizations or Multilateral Regional Arrangement (MRAs) The implications are significant. https://www.jab.or.jp/en/about/20thanniversary/iaf.html
Xiao Jianhua’s involvement in the quality assurance landscape traces back to 1994, and his influence is far-reaching. The intrigue deepens as Daryl’s journey uncovers the intricacies of these relationships and their potential impact.
In 2013, Daryl’s journey led him to the American Society for Quality, where he delivered a speech. During this event, he encountered Dave Levy, the region-3 director of ASQ (the American Society of Quality), which, at the time ANAB, was jointly owned by ASQ and ANSI. After Daryl’s speech, Levy voiced his support and reassured Daryl that ANAB had no issues with him.
Fast forward to 2016, and the plot thickens further. Randy Dougherty., a former Vice President of ANAB, reached out to Daryl, extending an invitation to join either ANSI ANAB or IAF. However, this seemingly innocent invitation takes a dark turn as it is revealed that the keys to the IAF kingdom had been handed over to the Chinese national, Xiao Jianhua, in 2015. To add to the intrigue, Xiao Jianhua served as the Chief Executive of the China National Accreditation Services Incorporated, located in Beijing.
In 2017, a photograph emerged, capturing Xiao Jianhua in a lab in Wuhan, China, as he issued a laboratory certification. The implications of this discovery are significant, raising questions about the connections between quality certification and international players.
Daryl’s decision to decline Randy’s invitation in 2016 takes on a deeper significance when we consider the potential influence of a Chinese national overseeing an American company, particularly one as significant as Lockheed Martin. Lockheed Martin’s presence in ANSI ANAB’s board, alongside federal agencies such as the CDC, NIH, FBI, and DOJ, not to mention major corporations like Boeing, Pfizer, Johnson and Johnson, adds layers of complexity to this intricate web of connections.
The interlocking directorates and intricate relationships between these entities paint a picture of an industry teeming with influences and interests. It becomes increasingly evident that the landscape of quality certification is far from transparent.
In 2017, Randy Doughtery, was advertised on the Department of Homeland Security’s website (a private organization on a Federal Agency was like having Walmart being on there), while his associate, the Chinese national at IAF, was mandated to collect data through the China National Intelligence Law (article 7). This law mandated Chinese nationals to collect data from the companies, corporations, and federal agencies they worked within. The implications of this are staggering, as it raises concerns about the potential exposure of sensitive data from agencies like the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI.
Daryl’s exposé of Randy led to repercussions, as he uncovered a deposition given in Texas by Ms. Pamela Sale, the Vice President of Laboratory Accreditation for ANSI ANAB. ANSI ANAB also owned the ASCLD lab and served as an accreditation body for laboratories. The revelation that the Department of Forensic Science in Washington DC had to revoke ANAB’s certificate due to glaring issues was a turning point here: https://dcist.com/story/21/04/07/dc-crime-lab-loses-accreditation-over-allegations-of-conealing-information/
This troubling revelation forms the basis for this article, shedding light on Jameson Carroll and others within the ANSI ecosystem. Pamela Sale’s disclosure about laboratory accreditation certification is of particular significance. She revealed that there was no commonly agreed-upon set of standards that forensic labs across the country had to follow. Instead, they relied on informal guidelines, leading to a multitude of lab failures.
As we delve deeper into the intricate connections and potential risks that underlie the quality certification landscape, it becomes evident that there is a pressing need for transparency and accountability. The very foundation of trust in the quality certificates we rely on is shaken.
The implications of this investigation extend beyond the confines of Daryl’s experience and touch on a broader narrative that challenges the very core of the American National Standards Institute. The convoluted web of relationships and interests that emerge in this dramatic narrative is a call to action. It prompts us to question the authenticity and reliability of the certificates that adorn our walls. The truth, as unveiled in this extensive article, is a revelation that might leave you stunned and seeking answers.
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