Full Form of ANSI:
American National Standard Institute
ANSI Full Form is American National Standard Institute. ANSI is a non-government, non-profit organization that is involved in the standardization of infrastructure, productivity, organizational systems, system processes. The standards based on these values are then related to and compared with the standards of the same type of organizations in the international market.
Evaluation and recommendations ensure that American products are of good standards and are up to the quality needed to be launched and distributed in the international market. Headquartered in Washington DC and established in 1918, ANSI is one of the premier and leading companies, across the globe, that accredits standards by the help of conducting surveys upon consumer feedbacks, standardization policy enforced by other evaluating companies and organization.
Almost 125,000 companies are members of ANSI. And the number of professionals involved in working with this organization is about 3.5 million. Almost every willing people is involved, in the process of standardization, with regards to the consumer reviews, evaluation and critical response to their statements, any speculation that raises a question on the validity of any standardization process.
ANSI is extensively involved in the process of determining standards on a global basis because this organization is the representative of the United States in ISO (International Organization for Standardization) and IEC (International Electro-technical Commission).