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  1. https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/section-II-13-h130-final.pdf

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/section-II-13-h130-final.pdf
    Handbook 130 – 2013 Uniformity of Laws and Regulations 9 II. Uniformity of Laws and Regulations A. National Conference Goal The goal of the National Conference on Weights and Measures (NCWM) with respect to these Uniform Laws and Regulations is to achieve their acceptance in all states and local jurisdictions that have authority over such matters. The Conference stands ready to assist any jurisdiction in any way possible in securing adoption. B. Status of Promulgation The following pages list, by state, information regarding the adoption of the Uniform Laws and Regulations. The tabulated data indicates if the state has adopted the Uniform Law or Regulation by reference, including subsequent amendments (thereby operating under the most recent version of the recommended regulation in this handbook), or if the state ...
  2. https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/04/28/section-IVa-13-h130-final.pdf

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/04/28/section-IVa-13-h130-final.pdf
    Handbook 130 – 2013 Uniform Regulations 53 IV. Uniform Regulations Page A. Uniform Packaging and Labeling Regulation ...................................................................................................... 55 B. Uniform Regulation for the Method of Sale of Commodities .............................................................................. 99 C. Uniform Unit Pricing Regulation ....................................................................................................................... 135 D. Uniform Regulation for the Voluntary Registration of Servicepersons and Service Agencies for Commercial Weighing and Measuring Devices ................................................................................................. 141 E. Uniform Open Dating Regulation ...........................
  3. https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/section-VI-13-h130-final.pdf

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/section-VI-13-h130-final.pdf
    Handbook 130 – 2013 Interpretations and Guidelines 221 VI. NCWM Policy, Interpretations, and Guidelines, Section 2 Excerpts from NCWM Publication 3 Table of Contents Section Page 2.1.1. Weight(s) and/or Measure(s) .......................................................................................................................... 223 2.1.2. Section 19(a), Identity .................................................................................................................................... 224 2.1.3. Definition of Net Weight ................................................................................................................................ 224 2.1.4. Offenses and Penalties, Sale of an Incorrect Device....................................................................................... 224...
  4. https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/section-V-13-h130-final.pdf

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/section-V-13-h130-final.pdf
    Handbook 130 – 2013 Examination Procedure for Price Verification 189 V. Examination Procedure for Price Verification as adopted by The National Conference on Weights and Measures* A. Background The NCWM established the Price Verification Working Group in 1993 to respond to public concern about price accuracy in retail stores. More than 500 retailers, consumer representatives, and state and local weights and measures officials participated in the development of the procedure. It was adopted by the NCWM at the 80th Annual Meeting in 1995. The procedure applies to all retail stores, including food, hardware, general merchandise, drug, automotive supply, convenience, and club or other stores. Model inspection reports are included to promote the collection of uniform data. The model reports and uniform procedure...
  5. 6180_ch04_web.pdf

    https://materialsdata.nist.gov/bitstream/handle/11115/186/Understanding%20Temper%20Designation.pdf?isAllowed=y&sequence=3
    CHAPTER 4 Understanding the Aluminum Temper Designation System This chapter provides additional detail and illustrations for the use of temper designations in the aluminum industry today for both wrought and cast alloys. This discussion expands on the basic Aluminum Association Temper Designation System as described in Chapter 2. All standard tempers (i.e., those recognized by the industry because they have been registered by the AluminumAssociation Technical Committee on Product Standards) are published either in Aluminum Standards and Data or in the Alloy and Temper Registration Records together with the procedures for registering alloys. Tempers for Wrought Aluminum Alloys As noted earlier, temper designations are alphanumeric designations appended to the alloy designations that convey to the producer and user alike information about...
  6. 6180_ch03_web.pdf

    https://materialsdata.nist.gov/bitstream/handle/11115/185/Understanding%20Wrought%20and%20Cast%20Al%20Alloy%20Designations.pdf?isAllowed=y&sequence=3
    CHAPTER 3 Understanding Wrought and Cast Aluminum Alloys Designations THE WROUGHT ALLOY DESIGNATION SYSTEM consists of four numerical digits, sometimes preceded by a capital letter as indicated in Chapter 2. The first digit indicates the principal alloying elements, as described in this chapter in the section “Principal Alloying Elements” and Table 1; the second digit is the variation of that alloy; and the last two digits represent the specific alloy designation. The Wrought Alloy Series How the System is Applied The First Digit. Assignment of the first digit of the designation of a new alloy is fairly straightforward; few judgment decisions are needed unless there are equal amounts of two or more alloys. In the latter case, specific guidance has been provided by the developers of the alloy designation system that the choice of al...
  7. 6180_ch02_web.pdf

    https://materialsdata.nist.gov/bitstream/handle/11115/184/Al%20Alloy%20and%20Temper%20Designation.pdf?isAllowed=y&sequence=3
    CHAPTER 2 Aluminum Alloy and Temper Designation Systems of the Aluminum Association IT IS VERY USEFUL for secondary fabricators and users of aluminum products and components to have a working knowledge of the Aluminum Association alloy and temper designation systems. The alloy system provides a standard form for alloy identification that enables the user to understand a great deal about the chemical composition and characteris- tics of the alloy. Similarly, the temper designation system permits an understanding of the manner in which the product has been fabricated. The alloy and temper designation systems for wrought aluminum that are in use today were adopted by the aluminum industry around 1955, and the current system for the cast aluminum system was developed some- what later. The aluminum industry itself manages the creation and co...
  8. Foreword

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/02-comm-13-h130-final.pdf
    v Committee Members Committee on Laws and Regulations of the 97th Conference Judy Cardin, Wisconsin Raymond Johnson, New Mexico Richard Lewis, Georgia Tim Lloyd, Montana Louis Sakin, Towns of Hopkinton/Northbridge, Massachusetts Associate Membership Committee Representative: Rob Underwood, Petroleum Marketers Association of America Fuel and Lubricant Subcommittee: Ron Hayes, Missouri Packaging and Labeling Subcommittee: Christopher Guay, Procter and Gamble Canadian Technical Advisor: Lance Robertson, Measurement Canada NIST Technical Advisors: Lisa Warfield, David Sefcik NIST Technical Advisor on the Uniform Regulation for National Type Evaluation: Tina Butcher vi Past Chairmen of the Committee Conference Chairman Conference Chairman 41 ...
  9. Microsoft Word - Matrixresolutionreport_fin_.doc

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/itl/vote/Matrixresolutionreport.pdf
    1 Matrix Correspondence of TGDC Resolutions to NIST Work Product: A Report to the TGDC September 1, 2007 This paper has been prepared by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) by direction of the working subcommittees of The Technical Guidelines Development Committee (TGDC). It may represent preliminary research findings and does not necessarily represent policy positions of NIST or the TGDC. 2 The Technical Guidelines Development Committee (TGDC) is a Federal Advisory Subcommittee to the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) that recommends Voluntary Voting System Guidelines (VVSG). Both the TGDC and EAC were established by the Help America Vote Act of 2002. NIST serves as technical advisor to the TGDC. 3 Acronym...
  10. The Complementary Roles of the Public and Private Sectors in U.S. Agricultural Research

    https://www.nist.gov/system/files/documents/2017/05/09/Complementary-Roles-of-the-Public-and-Private-Sectors-in-U-S-Agricultural-RandD.pdf
    This brief examines the funding and performance of agricultural research and development (R&D) to assess the evolving roles of the public and private sectors in the U.S. agricultural research system. There is a clear long-term trend toward greater private-sector funding and performance of R&D. In 2007, the private sector performed 53 percent of total food and agricultural research in the United States, and privately funded R&D has grown faster than publicly funded R&D over the long term (fig. 1). • The increase in agricultural R&D conducted by the private sector reflects the increasing prevalence of public-private partnerships and other policies to enhance private returns on R&D, and the private companies’ incentive to capitalize on new opportunities for innovation from prior public investments in the...
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