American National Standard


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American National Standard

(standard)
(ANS) A common prefix for ANSI documents or standards, e.g.: "ANS Forth", or "American National Standard X3.215-1994".
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After three years of open dialogue and consensus-based decision making, Green Building Initiative (GBI) in Portland, Ore., is consummating an American National Standards Institute-modeled process to update ANSI/ GBI 01-2010: Green Building Assessment Protocol for Commercial Buildings, which frames the 2013 Green Globes building rating system.
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X3H2 Maps Worldwide Database Protocols Accredited Standards Committee on Information Processing Systems X3 initiated a project in December 1986 to develop an American National Standard that would serve internationally as a remote database access protocol.
(BIFMA) announced formal American National Standard Institute (ANSI) approval and release of the following two standards for volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from office furniture: ANSI/BIFMA M7.1-2007--Standard Test Method for Determining VOC Emissions from Office Furniture Systems, Components and Seating; and ANSI/BIFMA X7.1-2007--Standard for Formaldehyde and TVOC Emissions of Low-emitting Office Furniture Systems and Seating.
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NSF/ANSI 173 is an American National Standard for dietary supplements and for the ingredients used in dietary supplements.

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