A component of the *Cost Of Quality* for a work product. Cost of conformance is the total cost of ensuring that a product is of good *Quality*. It includes costs of *Quality Assurance* activities such as standards, training, and processes; and costs of *Quality Control* activities such as reviews, audits, inspections, and testing. COC represents an organization’s investment in the quality of its products.

(iSixSigma.com dictionary)

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