American National Standards Institute


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American National Standards Institute

A non-profit organization that oversees development of voluntary standards of quality for products of governments and private companies. Members include government agencies, corporations, academics, and other individuals. While it was established by groups primarily interested in engineering standards, it works in other fields as well, notably health care. It was founded in 1918.
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For more information about American national standards, visit the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) at www.
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Reprinted with permission of the American National Standards Institute (www.

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