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United States Standards System

The global standards system has always been a lonely place for the user-interest; not because of anything the standards development organizations have failed to do. The user-interest is lonely because of what the user-interest has failed to do.

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United States Standards System

April 29, 2020
mike@standardsmichigan.com
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With many non-profit organizations also challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic we are likely to see fewer experts at technology, finance and management gatherings where leading practice is discovered and promulgated.  That does not mean that many gatherings will not be offloaded onto the internet but, with fewer paid experts involved, one wonders whether there will be fewer unpaid experts — or will there be more unpaid experts?  We shall see.

Since the United States federal government can print money it is likely that more decision-making will be drawn back to Washington D.C.  — where the money is.  The likelihood that we shall see greater federal control over education facility industry originating at the federal level inspires a revisit of the United States standards system.   The National Institute of Standards and Technology is the oversight agency and the American National Standards Institute is the private non-profit organization that oversees the development of voluntary consensus standards for products, services, processes, systems, and personnel in the United States.


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