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Coming Soon: Shop for Your Calibration Services!
NIST is pleased to announce a new way to order your calibration services!
NIST is committed to offering quality measurement precision services. Therefore, coming soon, we will be introducing a new online ordering experience for NIST Calibration Services!
How will I Order my Calibration Service online?
Ordering calibration services is about to become easier! You will be able to browse the calibration services catalog, register for an account, and check out to purchase your calibration service! As we transition towards this new online shopping experience, we will share more information with you!
What if I Need Assistance?
If you have questions about ordering a measurement service, please email the Calibrations Group or call 301-975-5454. You may also contact our NIST Calibration Administrators: Martin Wilson - 301-975-2356; John Lomax - 303-497-3842; or Denise Prather - 301-975-4221.
Who Do I Call?
If you have difficulty finding a contact for your measurement service need from the list under technical contacts or you need administrative assistance, please call 301-975-5454. If you prefer, you can send email to the Calibrations Group.
The external customer pages have been shut off indefinitely. If you have a question about the status of a calibration, please call the number above or email/call one of the contacts below.
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