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Save the Date: ANSI Company Member Forum 2018 Spring Meeting May 7-8

Topics to Include China Standards Reform, Blockchain, AI, Cybersecurity, and Standards Management

04/02/2018

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) invites all prospective participants to register for the 2018 ANSI Company Member Forum (CMF) Spring Meeting, which will be held at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in Washington, DC, on May 7-8. This year, sessions will cover topics that have a broad interest to companies across all sectors of the economy, including discussions on China’s standardization reform, blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), cybersecurity, additive manufacturing, and standards management.

Registration for this event is open via CVENT and more information is on the CMF Spring 2018 Meeting page.

Access the full agenda on ANSI's SharePoint.

The forum allows industry members an opportunity to collectively shape and influence U.S. policy in the domestic and international arena, while bolstering cross-networking and alliances.

Participation in the CMF Spring meeting offers many benefits, and some highlights for the 2018 event include:

-Data, information, and best practices – garnered from the discussion topics and invited experts.

-Opportunities to collaborate with colleagues to identify industry-wide challenges faced by many other CMF members, and learn and share new approaches that effectively address these issues.

-A chance to network and build productive and meaningful relationships with industry peers in the standardization community.

The May 7 session will run from 12 p.m. to 5:15 p.m., with a networking reception with refreshments to follow at AIA. Day 2 on May 8 will run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

About the CMF

The CMF serves as a venue for ANSI members representing the full spectrum of U.S. industry to examine issues related to national and global standards, as well as conformity assessment developments. The forum allows industry members an opportunity to collectively shape and influence U.S. policy in the domestic and international arena, while bolstering cross-networking and alliances.

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