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Quality Task Group

The FSSB’s Quality Task Group is primarily comprised of at least one member from each OSAC subcommittee to provide a quality perspective for the subcommittee. Task group members are selected based on their experience and roles in quality assurance/control including quality assurance techniques such as lean six sigma, root cause analysis, quality audits, problem solving, project planning, risk management, and the use of quality tools/concepts and/or performing assessments/audits to those requirements. The group is available for consulting with the FSSB and all OSAC committees on quality related issues. Task group members work together to provide guidance and resources to the FSSB and OSAC committees on issues of quality and to review and submit comments on standards, technical publications, definitions, and other OSAC and FSSB documents, with an emphasis on the quality aspects and impacts on forensic science results.

Officers

Amanda Black, Task Group Chair, Washington State Patrol (member of OSAC's ForensicToxicology Subcommittee)

Vacant, Task Group Vice Chair

Jason Bundy, Task Group Executive Secretary, Florida Department of Law Enforcement (Vice chair of OSAC's Biology SAC and member of OSAC's Human Forensic Biology Subcommittee

Members

Jennifer Badger, Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Forensic Services (member of OSAC's Forensic Nursing Subcommittee)

Ted Burkes, Private affiliation (member of OSAC's Forensic Document Examination Subcommittee)

Claudine Carter Pereira, Broward Sheriff's Office (member of OSAC's Friction Ridge Subcommittee)

David Green, Lake County Crime Laboratory (member of OSAC's Trace Materials Subcommittee)

Christopher Hamburg, ANSI National Accreditation Board (member of OSAC's Footwear & Tire Subcommittee)

Ranee Ho, Onondaga County Center for Forensic Sciences (member of OSAC's Forensic Anthropology Subcommittee)

Jeffrey Horlick, National Institute of Standards and Technology (OSAC affiliate)

Catherine Knutson, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (member of OSAC's Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Subcommittee)

 

Christopher Krug, Johnson County Sheriff's Office Criminalistics Laboratory (FSSB liaison)

Melanie McMillin, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives (member of OSAC's Dogs & Sensors Subcommittee)

Jackeline Moral, Houston Forensic Science Center (member of OSAC's VITAL Subcommittee)

Rebecca Mullen, Arkansas State Crime Laboratory (member of OSAC's Firearms & Toolmarks Subcommittee)

Lori Nix, Georgia Bureau of Investigation (member of OSAC's Facial Identification Subcommittee)

Jane Northup, University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island State Crime Laboratory (member of OSAC's Crime Scene Investigation & Reconstruction Subcommittee)

Jennifer Remy, North Carolina State Crime Laboratory (member of OSAC's Trace Materials Subcommittee)

Brittney Rollison, American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (member of OSAC's Seized Drugs Subcommittee)

Clayton Schilling, Precision Digital Forensics, Inc. (member of OSAC's Digital Evidence Subcommittee)

Rodney Simmons, Wyoming State Crime Laboratory (member of OSAC's Ignitable Liquids, Explosives, & Gunshot Residue Subcommittee)

Tabitha Viner, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (member of OSAC's Wildlife Forensic Biology Subcommittee)

Pam Zilly, Nebraska State Patrol Crime Laboratory (member of OSAC's Speaker Recognition Subcommittee)

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Created July 9, 2014, Updated May 19, 2022