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​Welcome to the ISOT resources page

Folder: ANSI and ISO Procedures
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Folder: ISOT Guidance Notes
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Folder: ISOT Meeting Resources
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Folder: ISOT Voting Resources
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Folder: Other ISOT Resources
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Folder: Updated ISO-IEC-ITU coordination
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About the ANSI ISO Team (ISOT)

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is the U.S. member body to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). To ensure a strong and effective U.S. voice in international standardization, the ANSI ISO Team (ISOT) acts as the interface between ANSI-accredited U.S. Technical Advisory Groups (U.S. TAGs) and/or ANSI-delegated U.S. held ISO secretariats.


ISOT daily operations include monitoring and recording of ISO documents, processing votes on behalf of U.S. TAGs, accrediting delegates to attend international meetings, nominating experts to participate on working groups, coordination with key group such as the ANSI ISO Forum (AIF), ANSI ISO Council (AIC), and the ISO Technical Management Board (TMB), administering ANSI Virtual Technical Advisory Groups (VTAGs), facilitating training programs, among many other functions.  In addition to daily responsibilities, ISOT is available to assist with any committee specific issues U.S. TAGs or U.S. held secretariats may be facing.  ISOT staff is well versed in the ISO procedures, ANSI International Procedures, and has experience in all aspects of the ISO process.


For organizations that are new to ISO or want additional support with ISO related activities, ANSI’s ISOT staff provides hands-on, practical guidance on all aspects of administration of U.S. TAGs or ISO Secretariats through its fee-based Enhanced Services program. For more information, contact

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