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Standards Information Center

Providing information on national and international standards and regulations to help product developers and businesses succeed in the marketplace
Gateway to Standards-Related Research and Information Services

The Standards Information Center serves as a starting point to identify information on standards, regulations, conformity assessment, and other requirements for trade. The Center helps users navigate a complex U.S. and international standards landscape.

The Standards Information Center provides the following free services:

  • Guidance and quick research in response to queries on national/global standards and current or proposed technical regulations; 
  • Referrals to standards-developing organizations; government agencies; technical experts; and providers of translation services, conformity assessments, and related services; 
  • Publications on a range of topics, including guides to compliance for specific industries, conformity assessment basics, and more.

Contact the Standards Information Center at for information on these services.

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Created May 31, 2016, Updated March 12, 2020