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Proceedings: NIST Centennial Standards Symposium. Standards in the Global Economy: Past Present, and Future

Published

Author(s)

Mary J. DiBernardo, Belinda L. Collins, W G. Leight

Abstract

On March 7, 2001, in honor of its 100th anniversary, the National Institute of Standards and Technology sponsored the NIST Centennial Standards Symposium. Representatives of the public and private sector celebrated the role that NIST has played in standards in a variety of industry sectors and in partnership with numerous organizations. This publication is a compilation of speeches and presentations from multiple speadkers on various standards-related topics.
Citation
Special Publication (NIST SP) - 974
Report Number
974

Keywords

building and construction, centennial, conformity assessment, global standards, information technology, manufacturing
Created January 1, 2002, Updated October 16, 2008