Standards Development How-to



Standards Development How-to

Does Your Test Method Need a Precision and Bias Statement?

The ILS Staff Can Help by Cicely Enright A precision and bias statement in an ASTM International test method describes, in quantified fashion, what... more


Standards Development How-to

Your First ASTM Meeting

When you attend your first ASTM International meeting, what will it be like?... more


Standards Development How-to

Publish with ASTM International

The only comprehensive resource of its kind, Richard Kuntze’s Manual 67, Gypsum: Connecting Science and Technology, bridges the gap in the... more


Standards Development How-to

Tools for the ASTM Officer

A few committee chairmen, when asked recently about important main/subcommittee chairmen skills, responded with these capabilities: agendas that... more


Standards Development How-to

Planning Provides a Road Map

T oday’s work, tomorrow’s meetings and next week’s project deadline all take planning to some degree... more


Standards Development How-to

Streamline Your ASTM Meeting Preparation

It’s almost time for the first 2011 committee week, and two handy tools at “MyASTM” will help you prepare for this and other upcoming ASTM... more


Standards Development How-to

Making the Business Case

When you participate in technical committee activities, you join colleagues — corporate and government representatives, academics and researchers,... more


Standards Development How-to

Promoting Participation

If your standards development work would benefit from additional expertise to polish that practice or test that method, consider taking advantage of... more


Standards Development How-to

Roster Maintenance

To develop consensus standards, you need to collaborate. To collaborate, you need (among other things) correct contact information. And, when logged... more


Standards Development How-to

Keep the Process Moving

When you’re a technical contact/task group leader, you coordinate, communicate, delegate, motivate... more

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