The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) invites all of its members to recommend qualified candidates for the 2023 ANSI Board of Directors, the National Policy Advisory Group (NPAG), the International Policy Advisory Group (IPAG), the Intellectual Property Rights Policy Advisory Group (IPRPAG), and the Committee on Education (CoE). Nominations are due Tuesday, July 19, 2022.
The Board is responsible for the management and control of the activities, property, and affairs of ANSI, including the strategic direction of the Institute, the annual budget, and the scope of responsibilities of the Board Committees, the Committees of ANSI, the Membership Forums, and the Policy Advisory Groups (PAGs).
The PAGs identify trends and issues within the expertise of each group, and, where appropriate, provide recommendations to the Executive Committee on relevant actions. PAGs are advisory in nature and their members are not fiduciaries to ANSI, but they are important in developing policy positions in each of their respective focus areas.
The CoE is responsible for all Institute initiatives related to standards and conformity assessment education and outreach, as well as fulfilling the objectives of the United States Standards Strategy.
The guidelines, nomination forms, general information, and ANSI's code of ethics are all available in the ANSI Online Library, which requires a password for access. Nomination forms may be submitted online; instructions are available on the ANSI website.