ANSI Announces Schedule for spring member and IPRPC meetings.
Press Release Summary:
January 4, 2013 - In 2013, ANSI spring member meetings will include all-day Intellectual Property Rights Policy Committee (IPRPC) meeting on April 2, morning IPRPC meeting and afternoon Company Member Forum (CMF) meeting on April 3, morning CMF meeting and afternoon Joint Member Forum (JMF) meeting on April 4, and morning Organizational Member Forum (OMF) meeting on April 5. All events will be held in Arlington, VA; topics and venue will be revealed at later date.
Original Press Release
Save the Dates: Schedule Announced for Spring Member and IPRPC Meetings
Press release date: December 28, 2012
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Intellectual Property Rights Policy Committee (IPRPC) meeting
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Company Member Forum (CMF) meeting
Thursday, April 4, 2013
Joint Member Forum (JMF) meeting
Friday, April 5, 2013
Organizational Member Forum (OMF) meeting
All events will be held in Arlington, Virginia; details regarding meeting topics and venue will be provided at a later date.
About the IPRPC
The IPRPC – an ANSI policy committee that reports to the Executive Committee of the ANSI Board of Directors – is responsible for developing Institute positions on issues relating to the incorporation of essential patents and other proprietary intellectual property in national, regional, or international standards, among other related duties.
About the CMF
The CMF serves as a venue for ANSI members representing the full spectrum of U.S. industry to examine issues related to national and global standards, as well as conformity assessment developments. The forum allows industry members an opportunity to collectively shape and influence U.S. policy in the domestic and international arena, while also bolstering cross-industry networking and alliances.
About the JMF
The JMF provides an open forum for all ANSI members to discuss and engage with important issues confronting the standardization and conformance communities.
About the OMF
The OMF serves as a venue for U.S. professional societies, trade associations, standards developing organizations (SDOs), and representatives of academia to come together to examine issues related to national, regional, and international standards, as well as issues of interest related to conformity assessment.