Fwd: [incits-chairs] FW: Last Chance: Tell ANSI Which Standards Make a Difference
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Tue Sep 16 12:32:55 PDT 2008
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>From: "Barra, Lynn" <lbarra at itic.org>
>To: "incits-chairs at lyris.itic.org" <incits-chairs at lyris.itic.org>
>Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2008 11:32:44 -0600
>Subject: [incits-chairs] FW: Last Chance: Tell ANSI Which Standards Make a
>From: PSA Department [mailto:PSA at ansi.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2008 1:20 PM
>To: ANSI PSA
>Subject: Last Chance: Tell ANSI Which Standards Make a Difference
>To: Accredited Standards Developers
> American National Standards Institute
>ANSI invites you to let us know which standards make a difference for
businesses, consumers, and government. Friday is the last day to enter
submissions for this years Standards that Make a Difference survey.
>This is a great opportunity to highlight and raise awareness of the
standards that are most important to your organization, and were asking for
your help in spreading the word! Please encourage your colleagues and
committee members to participate.
>Every eligible entry will be entered into a random drawing for one of three
$100 American Express Gift Cards. The drawing will be held at the conclusion
d=8&eid=1353>ANSI Annual Business Meeting during
Standards Week 2008, in Bethesda, MD. Entries will be published on ANSI
Online and displayed during World Standards Week.
> * To participate in the survey,
> * The deadline for submission is this Friday, September 19, 2008.
> * For more information, please see this
SI Online news item.
>Please direct all questions to pr at ansi.org.
>Thank you for your help. We look forward to sharing the survey results with
>Staff of the American National Standards Institute
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