|How Do I Become an ANSI Member?
The American National Standards Institute is an organization of diverse
constituents working together to promote a strong U.S. voice and a solid
framework of standards and conformity assessment agreements.
To see membership prices and an application, click on your member type. For
additional information, e-mail the ANSI Membership Team at:
Company members: A corporation, partnership or other entity that
is created under the laws of the United States or any State thereof and that is
engaged in industrial or commercial enterprise or professional, educational,
research, testing or trade activity. [Any affiliate, division or joint venture
of a corporation, company, firm or partnership may, at the discretion of the
ANSI Board of Directors, be eligible for membership.]
Educational members: Domestic, not-for-profit institution of
higher learning, not otherwise eligible for membership, that is interested in
the development of voluntary standards.
Government members: Departments or agencies of the United States
government or of any State, interstate or regional authority or agency, or any
local or county subdivision of such entities interested in the work of the
Organization members: A not-for-profit scientific, technical,
professional, labor, consumer, trade or other association or organization that
is involved in standards, certification or related activities.
International members: An entity that is engaged in the
activities of an organizational, company or educational member but that is not
created under the laws of the United States or any State thereof.