ANSI Membership – A Value Proposition
Comprised of Government agencies, Organizations, Companies, Academic and
International bodies, and individuals, the American National Standards
Institute (ANSI) represents the interests of more than 125,000 companies and
3.5 million professionals.
Member Benefits, Categories, Levels and Programs
Active participation in ANSI and its programs provides access rights to
information and business intelligence that is not available elsewhere,
discounts on many products and services, and the opportunity to build
relationships that empower members with a voice and influence over the
standardization and conformity assessment decisions that directly affect their
Have the maximum access and value to ensure your entire company remains competitive and compliant in today’s ever-changing economic environment.
Key Benefits of ANSI full Membership:
- Unlimited Representation
- Administer Secretariat or U.S. TAG
- Participate in Member forums
- Participate in Policy Committees and Governance Boards
- Discount on Site Licenses/Standards
- Use of ANSI Member Logo
- Access to Policy Committee Documents
- Access to ANSI Top Issues Portal
ANSI has four (4) distinct Member
Forums that provide members with the opportunity to actively
engage and further develop their involvement as desired: Company, Government,
Consumer Interest, and Organizational.
ANSI has six (6) types of members: Company, Government, Organizational,
Educational, International, and Individual.
Company Member (C)
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.
Government Member (G)
A department or agency 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 Institute.
Organizational Member (O)
A not-for-profit scientific, technical, professional, labor, consumer, trade or
other association or organization that is involved in standards, certification
or related activities.
Educational Member (E)
A domestic, not-for-profit institution of higher learning, not otherwise
eligible for membership, which is interested in the development of voluntary
International Member (Int)
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. International members do not have voting rights.
Individual Member (Ind)
An individual member shall be a United States citizen interested in the
development of standards or related activities, who is not eligible for
membership under any other membership category. (Restricted to one
For additional information about any of the member categories, levels, programs
or about how to join the ANSI Federation, please e-mail the ANSI
Membership Team at: email@example.com.
Kelley A. Cox, IOM, CAE
Director, Business & Membership Development
Senior Manager, Membership Marketing and Development