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"Call for Presentations" Issued for 2004 ANSI Annual Conference and World Standards Week Events

December 31, 2003 Set as Deadline for Input

New York, Dec 03, 2003

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is accepting proposals for presentations at its 2004 ANSI Annual Conference and related World Standards Week events in Washington, DC. The week will be comprised of an exciting array of meetings, events and ceremonies to be held during the period of October 11-15, 2004. Activities will include the ANSI Annual Conference, the U.S. Celebration of World Standards Day, the ANSI Annual Awards Ceremony and Banquet, and more.

“By inviting ANSI’s constituents to participate in the identification of topics for our 2004 conference and the related World Standards Week events,” said Pam Suett, ANSI manager of education and training, “we are working to ensure that the Institute’s educational programming responds directly to the information needs of the standardization and conformity assessment community.”

According to Suett, presentations should be non-commercial in nature and pertain to topics of general interest to members of the standards and conformity assessment community.

Proposals should be submitted on the “Call For Presentations” form (click here for download) or may be e-mailed directly to training@ansi.org.

All submissions should include the proposed subject, title, 50-word description, and learning objectives. Duration and type (e.g., panel, lecture, keynote address or workshop) should also be identified.

Responses are requested by Wednesday, December 31, 2003.


To view the proceedings from the 2003 ANSI Annual Conference events, please visit Past Events and Proceedings on ANSI Online.

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