ANSI Membership Application

Thank you for your interest in the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). You will be joining a distinguished roster of members. At over 1,000 members, the ANSI Federation represents the interests of more than 125,000 companies and 3.5 million professionals.

ANSI membership is based upon a calendar-year billing cycle. New full members can join ANSI at any time and pay a prorated fee that is calculated on a quarterly basis; Future billing cycles will begin on January 1 of each subsequent year. Upon completion of the application process, you will have immediate access to the full suite of member benefits, including discounts on the ANSI Standards Store.

For companies, not-for-profit associations/organizations, government agencies, educational bodies, and institutions, full membership has a sliding scale fee that varies based on annual revenue and/or operating budget.

Full membership provides you and your organization full access to a host of global and domestic engagement vehicles. To review these benefits and opportunities, please visit:

The member application is interactive; as you step through the process you will be asked to select from a list of criteria that automatically calculates the applicable membership dues. NOTE: The individual who registers as your organization's primary ANSI member representative - unless you tell us otherwise - will be the financial contact and receive the annual member dues renewal.

The first step we ask you to take is to verify that your organization is not already an ANSI member by reviewing our roster of members. If your organization does appear, then there is no need to join again. Simply contact an ANSI membership representative for your organization's corporate ID.

Upon completion of the application process you will be able to log on to your account. Should you have questions at any point during the application process, please contact us at: +1.212.642.8922 or email We look forward to having you join us!

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