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A Review of U.S.A. Participation in the ISO and IEC

August 4, 2014
Erik Puskar, Dong G. Choi
Based on the Section 2543 of the Trade Agreements Act of 1979 , the Department of Commerce (DOC) has been responsible for monitoring the representation of United States interests before international standards organizations. As an agency of DOC, the

"A Game About Standards"

September 4, 2012
Erik Puskar
The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Standards Coordination Office offers training to government agencies on standards, conformity assessment and related topics. One such course, Setting Standards: A Simulation Exercise in Strategy and

The Benefits of U.S.-European Security Standardization

June 6, 2012
Erik Puskar
This paper briefly characterizes the benefits of collaboration, focusing on the innovations and efficiencies that standardization entails. EU-U.S. standization institutions and collaborative standardization initiative are identified; the logic of expanding

Selected Impacts of Documentary Standards Supported by NIST

January 15, 2009
Erik Puskar
This report reflects the results of a survey that canvassed the National Institute of Standards and Technology s (NIST) Operating Units (OUs) for instances where NIST has played an active role in the development or implementation of documentary standards

NIST Studies Impact of Documentary Standards

Erik Puskar
This article describes the under taking by Technology Services to assess the impact of standards on global competitiveness and innovation. . It also reflects the results of a survey that canvassed the National Institute of Standards and Technology s (NIST)