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January 2000 Contents

Global Notebook: News Items on Standardization Around the Nation and the World

Letters to the Editor

Tech News

State of the Art: News from Technology Sectors

Shop Talk: Improved Technical Committee Web Pages

Insight: Standards and Standards Qualification
by Dirk Van Hoesen, John Randolph, and Uri Gat

Interview: 2000 Chairman of the ASTM Board of Directors, Harvey P. Hack

Feature: ASTM Standards to Prevent Corrosion Prevail in a Dynamic Business and Regulatory Environment
by Cynthia Greenwood

People: Profiles of ASTM Members
George Kelly

Nominations Sought: Cavanaugh Award

Newly Approved ASTM Standards Actions

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WELCOME to our first issue of Standardization News on the Web. We hope you'll enjoy the convenience of computer access to all the technical committee information, features, commentary, and more you’ve come to expect from SN over the years.

IN THIS ISSUE
SN interviews the 2000 chairman of the ASTM Board, Harvey P. Hack, a Fellow Engineer at the Northrop Grumman Corporation, located just off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Annapolis, Md. Read about Hack’s own experience with developing international and ASTM standards and his impressions of where the Society is headed in this new century. An accompanying feature article covers the importance of the standards developed through Hack’s Committee G-1 on Corrosion of Metals. 

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