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ANSI Publications


Standards Action

Standards Action the Institute's key public review vehicle, is published weekly to assure a complete consensus of ANSI members and the general public by facilitating review of proposed standards. Also included is information on draft American National Standards, governmental and other foreign standards and conformity assessment activities.

What’s New?

is a weekly electronic newsletter distributed to ANSI members and constituents free of charge. The newsletter includes synopses and links to the most recent news, events and publications available from ANSI Online.

ANSI Congressional Standards Update

is a monthly electronic newsletter designed to provide members of Congress and their staff with timely information on key standards and conformity assessment issues that impact the global competitiveness of U.S. business and the U.S. quality of life.

USNC Current

is a quarterly electronic newsletter for the electrotechnology community. Each issue summarizes activities, events, and items of interest for the U.S. National Committee (USNC) of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), keeping U.S. stakeholders informed about the latest standards and conformity assessment updates in the domestic, regional and global arenas.

The ANSI Reporter

was a quarterly newsmagazine published by the Institute for a diverse audience comprised of corporate, organizational, government and consumer interests in the United States and around the globe.

In 2007, ANSI began to transition away from a print-based editorial approach and focus in on dynamic online content. Please visit the Lead Stories section of this website for the latest news and information.

Online access to archived issues of the ANSI Reporter is currently available to members only.

ANSI’s Annual Report

is designed to inform members of the standards community of the Institute’s accomplishments and financial activities of the past year, while also laying out goals for the future as presented by the chairman and president.
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