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Survey Bank Created As One-Stop-Resource for ANSI Members and Constituents

New York, Feb 17, 2004

Continuing its ongoing efforts to solicit input from its members and constituents, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) debuted today its new “Survey Bank” that provides one-stop access to the various surveys and information gathering tools hosted by the Institute. The Survey Bank is Available via the “Contact Us” page of the ANSI Online website.

“All members and constituents are encouraged to share their views and opinions with ANSI,” said John Kalemkerian, ANSI vice president for membership, communications and education. “The Survey Bank compiles into one easy-to-browse location all the ANSI questionnaires and surveys that are currently active.”

Questionnaires currently posted in the Survey Bank include:

  • 2003-2004 ANSI Survey on Standardization Activities
    The National Policy Committee (NPC) of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is conducting a survey to identify ways in which ANSI and consortia can work together for the benefit of standards developers and the stakeholders they wish to serve. The survey is targeted to companies, individuals, and organizations involved in consortium-based standards development.

  • The U.S. National Committee of the IEC (USNC) Constituents Communications and Education Survey
    This survey has been developed in response to the USNC’s strategic focus on the development and implementation of improved information delivery systems and participant training programs at all levels of the organization. Targeted to USNC members and constituents, this survey seeks to collect essential information about the respondent’s preferences and needs in the areas of information resources and education programs, as well as their perspective on the current availability and accessibility of such tools.

  • ANSI New Member Referral
    ANSI’s New Member Referral asks ANSI members who have a colleague, customer, vendor, peer or friend who would benefit from membership in the Institute to identify these prospects to ANSI’s membership team. Broadening the base of participation in ANSI activities will advance the Institute’s efforts to ensure the competitiveness of U.S. business in the global marketplace and improve the quality of life for citizens around the world.

    Each prospect identified will be contacted with information about the Institute and the value of ANSI membership. As an incentive for participation, each referral qualifies the ANSI member submitting the contact information for an entry into a drawing for a $250 gift certificate. This drawing will be held quarterly; the winner will be identified on ANSI Online and will receive their certificate by mail.

  • ANSI Online User Feedback Survey
    When the ANSI Online website ( was re-launched in January 2003, several improvements and features were introduced to enhance communication and information delivery services for ANSI’s members. Now, with more than one year of experience using the site, ANSI would like your opinion on the success of this initiative.

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