TAG Annual Reports are due by Jan 31, 2010.
Press Release Summary:
December 9, 2009 - Procedures and Standards Administration department of ANSI wishes to remind Administrators of ANSI-Accredited U.S. Technical Advisory Groups to ISO that 2009 TAG Annual Reports are due no later than Jan 31, 2010 to email@example.com. Annual report shall include information on meetings, current TAG membership list, list of problems encountered during past year, express certification by U.S. TAG administrator that TAG operates in compliant manner, and results of self-audit held during past year.
Original Press Release
ANSI-Accredited U.S. TAGs to ISO Must Submit 2009 Annual Reports by January 31, 2010
Press release date: December 1, 2009
An annual report shall be prepared by each U.S. TAG administrator, describing in summary narrative form the U.S. TAG activity during the past year. The report shall be submitted to the ANSI Executive Standards Council (ExSC) or its designee no later than January 31 of the following year. In satisfying this requirement, meeting minutes and other appropriate reports and documents may be incorporated or appended, or referred to if previously distributed by ANSI. The annual report shall include: 1. Information on meetings (including attendees), actions taken, and the work program 2. Current TAG membership list which shall include:
a) Title and designation of the U.S. TAG
b) Scope of the U.S. TAG
c) U.S. TAG administrator (name of organization, name of secretary, address(es), telephone number)
d) U.S. TAG officers (chairman and other officers)
i) Names of the individuals and alternates (as applicable) and their addresses and business affiliations including names of the organizations they are representing on the U.S. TAG
ii) The interest categories of the U.S. TAG shall be defined and the category of each member identified 3. A list of any problems encountered during the past year in the functioning of the U.S. TAG or U.S. TAG administration, and any areas in which the U.S. TAG administrator requires assistance by ANSI 4. An express certification by the U.S. TAG administrator that the U.S. TAG has been and continues to be operated in a manner that complies with all applicable ANSI and ISO procedures 5. The results of any self-audit held during the past year
The ANSI ExSC, the accrediting body for U.S. TAGs to ISO, reviews on a regular basis compliance requirements associated with ANSI-Accredited U.S. TAGs to ISO. TAGs that do not comply with ANSI's procedural requirements, including the timely submittal of Annual Reports and Compliance Forms, when issued, are subject to review and possible suspension by the ANSI ExSC. For more information on ISO TAG accreditation requirements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.