Your submitted application contains the details you provided on how the public can obtain a copy of your application and proposed operating procedures and submit comments, for inclusion in the Standards Action announcement. With the publication of that announcement, be sure those materials are available to any interested party in the manner you indicated and that you are prepared to receive comments.
If your procedures documents are available electronically and are deliverable within 24 hours to any interested party, then the public review period lasts 30 calendar days from the date of the Standards Action announcement; in other cases, the review period lasts 60 calendar days.
Essential Requirements 4.1.2, first 2 paragraphs
Public review is one of the fundamental ways in which due process – the overarching consideration of the entire American National Standards process – is achieved. Due process means that any person with a direct and material interest has a right to express a position and have that position considered, allowing for equity, consistency, and fair play.
Standards Action is ANSI's key public review vehicle, distributed freely to support due process in the development of American National Standards (and other documents).
For more on public review and opportunities for engagement, see General Public Participation in the ANS Process.