The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is pleased to open the call for nominations for its 2024 Leadership and Service Awards. ANSI will present the awards at a banquet and ceremony on November 13, 2024, at The Ritz-Carlton in Washington, DC, during the fall 2024 World Standards Week events. Nominations for all categories of awards are due by April 19, 2024 (5 p.m. Eastern).
ANSI's Leadership and Service Awards honor individuals and organizations who have made significant contributions to voluntary consensus standards development, conformity assessment activities, and workforce development, and whose contributions have consistently demonstrated a commitment to their industry, the nation, and the enhancement of the global standardization system.
Criteria and submission information for the full list of ANSI Leadership and Service Awards are available at www.ansi.org/awards. Nominations forms for each award are available here and also linked below.
Eligibility and Selection
Representatives of industry, government, academia, consumer organizations, and the U.S. voluntary consensus standards and conformity assessment community—with the exception of current officers of the Institute's Board of Directors—are considered eligible for an award. Recipients will be chosen by an awards committee that comprises the officers of the ANSI Board of Directors.
As part of the nomination, letters of support from members of the standardization community attesting to the nominee's achievements are strongly encouraged. The nomination forms are available at www.ansi.org/awards. Completed nominations forms should be sent to [email protected] by April 19. Winners are expected to be announced in late spring/early summer of 2024.
"ANSI's annual awards program is a tribute to the dedicated professionals who make up the diverse U.S. standardization community,” said S. Joe Bhatia, ANSI president and CEO. "We look forward to honoring outstanding contributions that help to strengthen the economy and the workforce, protect the environment, and improve the well-being of people around the world."
For more information, visit ansi.org/awards.