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Web BSR8 | 108 Form: Standards Action Public Review Request
After you enter your contact information once in the relevant fields that follow, you can then submit data to ANSI in one of two ways: 1) by entering required (
) data for each standard in the fields shown below (i.e., using the Submit Data Form tab); or 2) by downloading and submitting data in an Excel table (i.e., choose instead the Submit Excel Form tab). If you choose the Submit Excel Form tab, specific instructions will display. Otherwise, choose “Submit Data Form” and please enter your data for each standard into the fields provided. Fields marked with (
) are required. When you have completed entering the information, you may PREVIEW it, but you must hit the SUBMIT button to transfer the final data to ANSI. If you would like to add another standard using the Submit Data Form, click the ADD REQUEST button on the confirmation screen. A receipt for each form successfully entered will be emailed to you directly upon successful submittal. Please retain a copy of that record as evidence of procedural compliance subject to ANSI Audit.
ANSI Accredited Standards Developer Acronym:
Select the acronym of the developer responsible for the project. If this is a joint project, select the developer assuming administrative responsibility for the project.
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A3 (ASC T15)
AA (ASC H35)
ABMA (ASC B3)
AGA (ASC B109)
AGA (ASC Z223)
AGA (ASC Z380)
ALI (ASC A14)
APTech (ASC B65)
APTech (ASC CGATS)
ASA (ASC S1)
ASA (ASC S12)
ASA (ASC S2)
ASA (ASC S3)
ASB (ASC Z50)
ASQ (ASC Z1)
ASSP (ASC A10)
AWPA (ASC O5)
AWS (ASC Z49)
GISC (ASC Z97)
HPS (ASC N13)
HPS (ASC N43)
IAPMO (ASSE Chapter)
ICC (ASC A117)
IEEE (ASC C2)
IEEE (ASC C63)
IEEE (ASC N42)
INMM (ASC N14)
INMM (ASC N15)
ISA (ASC Z133)
ISDI (ASC MH2)
ISEA (ASC Z87)
LIA (ASC Z136)
MHI (ASC MHC)
NCSLI (ASC Z540)
NEMA (ASC C119)
NEMA (ASC C12)
NEMA (ASC C136)
NEMA (ASC C137)
NEMA (ASC C18)
NEMA (ASC C29)
NEMA (ASC C37)
NEMA (ASC C50)
NEMA (ASC C78)
NEMA (ASC C8)
NEMA (ASC C80)
NEMA (ASC C81)
NEMA (ASC C82)
NEMA (ASC C84)
NEMA (ASC ESS)
NEMA (ASC GR)
NEMA (ASC W1)
NEMA (ASC Z535)
NSAA (ASC B77)
NW&RA (ASC Z245)
OEOSC (ASC OP)
RSTC (ASC Z375)
SAIA (ASC A11)
SAIA (ASC A92)
SDI (ASC A250)
TCIA (ASC A300)
TCNA (ASC A108)
UAMA (ASC B7)
UAMA (ASC B74)
VC (ASC Z80)
WMMA (ASC O1)
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Designation of Proposed Standard:
Enter the unique alphanumeric identifier used to refer to the proposed standard, (e.g., ASD 123). Please do not include the following in the designation as the proposed standard is not yet approved as an ANS: “ANSI”, “ANS”, “BSR”, or a year date.
Title of Standard:
Enter the full title of the standard for which the form is submitted. Please do not include the following in the title as the proposed standard is not yet approved as an ANS: “American National Standard”, “ANSI” or “ANS”.
Select the type of project action intended from the list. The project intent relates to the status of the standard within the American National Standards (ANS) process only. For example, the project intent for a standard that is not a current ANS would be “Create new ANS”.
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Create new ANS
Revise current ANS
Reaffirm current ANS
Adopt identical ISO or IEC standard
Adopt identical ISO or IEC standard and revise current ANS
Adopt ISO or IEC standard with modifications
Adopt ISO or IEC standard with modifications and revise current ANS
Addenda to a current ANS
Maintain ANS under stabilized maintenance
Revise and redesignate current ANS
Revise, redesignate and consolidate current ANS
Revise and partition current ANS
Reaffirm and redesignate current ANS
Supplement to a current ANS
Withdraw current ANS
Reaffirm a current national adoption
Supersedes or Affects:
Enter the designation of the approved ANS to be superseded or affected, (e.g., ANSI/ASD 123-2015). This relates to the current ANS affected by the project intent. This is a required field for all but “New ANS”.
Identify ISO, IEC or ISO/IEC standard to be adopted:
If an ISO, IEC or ISO/IEC Standard is to be adopted as an American National Standard, enter the designation of the standard(s) to be adopted.
Includes text from ISO, IEC or ISO/IEC standard:
Check here if this standard includes excerpted text from one or more ISO, IEC or ISO/IEC standards, but is not an identical or modified adoption.
Abstract of Project:
Provide a one paragraph description of the standard. The information should clearly indicate what is covered by the standard in order to differentiate it from similar standards or projects on file at ANSI. As required, please note in the scope if this standard is intended to be submitted for consideration as an ISO, IEC or ISO/IEC JTC-1 standard.
Single Copy Price:
Enter the price of the draft standard. Please indicate if there are different prices (i.e. member vs. non-member), or if the draft standard is available free of charge.
Public Review Length:
Select the applicable Public Review length. The minimum comment period shall be one of the following: 30 days if the text of the revision is no more than five pages (this option may not be used for any project intent other than a revision); 45 days if the document is deliverable electronically within one day of a request; 60 days, if neither of the aforementioned apply or if you wish to request a 60 day public review.
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Attach File for 30-Day Public Review:
Use the Browse button to upload either a PDF or Word file. The text of the revisions must be limited to five pages or less to be published in Standards Action.
Please provide the sources from which the draft document may be obtained. At least one source for the draft must be identified.
Order electronic copy:
Specify the E-mail or URL address from which the 45-day public review draft may be obtained within 24 hours in an electronic format.
Identify the source for ordering the draft.
Send public review comments to:
Specify a name, E-mail or URL address.
Unit of Measure:
Select the unit of measure used in the standard (i.e. US, SI units, both). If no measurements are included in the standard, select "Not applicable".
Solicit New Consensus Body Members:
Check here to request the publication in Standards Action of a call for membership on the relevant consensus body. (Note that participants from diverse interest categories shall be sought with the objective of achieving balance. See 1.3 and 2.3 of the ANSI Essential Requirements.)
Modify Recent Submittal:
Check here if you are submitting this form in order to modify a recently submitted form that has not been published in ANSI Standards Action.
Enter any additional information PSA staff should know about this submittal.
When you have finished entering the information, hit the
button to transfer the data to ANSI. Following this submittal, you will see a confirmation screen indicating that the submittal was successful. You will also receive a confirmation email containing a copy of your completed form. Please retain this email for your records. If you do not see the confirmation screen or if you have any questions please contact us at
Excel BSR8 | 108 Standards Action Public Review Request
Click Download to save the Excel template to your computer.
If you have the template, skip the download and go to the next step.
Open the file on your computer; enter your data, completing all required columns.
Save the file under a new name in your ANS documentation folder.
Note: these files are subject to ANSI audit so please name them for easy identification.
Click Browse to select, upload and attach your file to this web form.
Note: the file name should be displayed in the field provided
Click Submit to transmit your attached submittal.
A confirmation screen will be displayed when successfully transmitted.
A receipt with a copy of your submittal will be emailed to you within a day.
Note: retain the copy with your ANSI audit records.
If the file is not displayed or if you do not receive a confirmation, your file has not been transmitted to ANSI. Try Again! For questions or assistance, please contact ANSI staff at
. We will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours.
: Adoption of an ISO or IEC standard requires compliance with ANSI’s Policy Regarding Rights to Nationally Adopt IEC and ISO Standards or Otherwise Use IEC and ISO Material and with the ANSI Procedures for the Adoption of ISO and IEC Standards as American National Standards.