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2017 ANSI and SPRING Singapore Services Conference

World Standards Week 2017

Day 1: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Day 2: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

FHI 360 Conference Center 1825 Connecticut Ave. NW, 8th Floor, Washington, DC 20009


 Event presentations

 SPRING Singapore video on services standardization

 Dr. John Halamka’s video presentation on healthcare standardization

 Event photo album

 Follow-up news article

 ANSI and SPRING Singapore Services Conference Agenda

 Speaker Biographies

ANSI and SPRING Singapore Services Conference Overview

This year, ANSI in partnership with SPRING, the national standards body of Singapore, planned two sessions of a services standardization conference, first on October 17-18, 2017, in Washington, DC as part of ANSI’s World Standards Week, and again on November 2-3, 2017, in Singapore.

The intent has been to explore areas of services standardization of common interest to the United States and to Singapore and to determine if there are opportunities for joint national standards or international standards in these areas. By holding the conference in each location, ANSI and SPRING can each benefit their national members and stakeholders.

The U.S. conference focused on healthcare services, financial services, unmanned aircraft systems, and conformity assessment.

Participants

ANSI members and interested stakeholders including those from government, industry, business, consumer groups, and academia were encouraged to attend and share their perspectives, insights, and expertise.

Venue and Accommodations

FHI 360 Conference Center

1825 Connecticut Ave. NW, 8th Floor
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 884-8279

 Directions


Contact Information

Elizabeth Neiman
American National Standards Institute
Tel: 1.212.642.4911
Fax: 1.212.398.0023
E-mail: eneiman@ansi.org

Part of the World Standards Week 2017 series of events

Part of the World Standards Week 2017 series of events
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