Designation: Mark the cover or title page of your ANS with the approved ANS logo (furnished by ANSI) or the words “an American National Standard.” Identify/name the ANS in accordance with the guidelines in ANSI's Essential Requirements – for example, by a unique alphanumeric designation specifying the version of the standard.
Publication: Publish your ANS as soon as possible but no later than six months after approval as an American National Standard. If you don't publish within six months (or request an extension from the Executive Standards Council), you must grant the right of publication to ANSI.
Maintenance: Keep your ANS current and relevant, with timely revision, reaffirmation, and/or stabilization, and withdraw obsolete standards.
For designation requirements, see section 4.4 of the Essential Requirements
For publication requirements, see section 4.5 of the Essential Requirements
For maintenance requirements, see section 4.7 of the Essential Requirements