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American National Standards Committees

ASC S1, Acoustics
ASC S2, Mechanical Vibration and Shock
ASC S3, Bioacoustics
ASC S3/SC 1, Animal Bioacoustics
ASC S12, Noise

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U.S. Technical Advisory Groups (U.S. TAGs)

ISO/TC 108, Mechanical vibration and shock
ISO/TC 43, Acoustics
ISO/TC 43/SC 1, Noise
ISO/TC 43/SC 3, Underwater Acoustics

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IEC/TC 29,  Electroacoustics
Standards Boost Business
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You may also want to visit these web sites for additional information about standards and standardization

American National Standards Institute (ANSI)

International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)

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Standards Boost Business

The IEC also has some useful tools to help experts “make the business case” to executives in their companies. http://www.iec.ch/businesscase  Although written for the IEC audience, these tools are general enough that participants in any standards development organization can benefit from reviewing them.

Standards in Public Policy

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