Organizational Member Forum
The ANSI Organizational Member Forum (OMF) provides a forum for U.S.
professional societies, trade associations, standards developers and academia
to come together to discuss national and international standards and conformity
assessment issues of interest.
As a membership Forum of ANSI, the functions of the ANSI Organizational Member
Forum include, but are not limited to, the following:
Provide a forum for discussion and networking by a defined interest category;
Provide a mechanism for "early warning" of relevant trends;
Address issues of interest primarily to their membership and galvanize
implementation at their constituent level;
Identify broader-based issues to be addressed by an identified governance body;
Assume an active role in ANSI membership recruitment and retention; and
Serve as the one place within ANSI where participants can represent their own
Each organizational member of ANSI automatically becomes a member of the Forum
and is entitled to receive documents and send representatives to meetings. The
Organizational Member Forum shall consist of one representative from each
list of ANSI organizational members.
Forum officers include:
OMF Vice Chair:
Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute
Frances E. Schrotter
If you are not already a member of ANSI, find out more about the
benefits of ANSI membership.
For a Organizational Membership application form,
For a schedule of upcoming meetings,
[Note: Please enter either Organizational Member Forum or OMF
in the Key Word search field in the ANSI Online calendar of events]
The Organizational Member Forum meets two times a year, typically in the Spring
and the Fall. Any Organizational Member of ANSI is welcome to attend.
As the agendas and venue details for these meeting become available, they will
be posted in the Document Library.
The ANSI Organizational Member Forum
Document Library contains information available only to
registered OMF members. It requires a username and password to use. To access
the document library, click
More information about document access.
Frances E. Schrotter