ANSI Welcomes 7 New Members in May 2011.June 2, 2011 -
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) welcomed Aerojet, Forensic Services Laboratory, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Minnesota Housing, Native American Technology Corporation, North Carolina Department of Labor, and PACCAR as new members. Brian Meincke of ANSI explained that membership brings access to information and business intelligence not available elsewhere as well as opportunities to build influence over standardization and conformity assessment decisions.
ANSI Welcomes New Members
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American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
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New York, NY, 10036
Press release date: May 31, 2011
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) proudly welcomed the following new members in May 2011:
Aerojet Forensic Services Laboratory Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Minnesota Housing Native American Technology Corporation North Carolina Department of Labor PACCAR
These organizations joined a federation that represents more than 125,000 companies and well over 3.5 million professionals. Under the Institute's umbrella, this diverse constituency works together to strengthen the competitiveness of businesses operating in the global marketplace and to improve the quality of life for all citizens by developing, implementing, and promulgating voluntary consensus standards and related conformance assessment systems.
"Active participation in ANSI and its programs can serve as both a strategic and tangible asset for an organization," said Brian Meincke, the Institute's senior director of membership development, membership marketing, and industry outreach. "Not only will they gain access to information and business intelligence that is not available elsewhere, but they will also receive discounts on many products and services. Equally important, they can build relationships that empower them with a voice and influence over the standardization and conformity assessment decisions that directly affect their business."