StandardsPortal is an online resource designed to facilitate trade through increased transparency and engagement in standards,
regulations and conformity assessment activities (SRC).
The primary aim of the StandardsPortal is to answer some of the key questions asked by exporters:
- What technical requirements must my product meet to enter and compete in the U.S. market?
- How can I get an “early warning” about changes to these requirements?
- How can I ensure that my company’s perspectives are heard and considered in the development of the standards, technical
regulations and conformity assessment policies that could affect my business?
Currently, StandardsPortal includes information on the following economies. Pages are color coded by economy and responsible organization:
StandardsPortal was developed by ANSI and is implemented in cooperation with the lead organizations outlined in the box above.
Additional support for the development and maintenance of StandardsPortal has been provided by the National Institute of Standards and
Technology (NIST), a non-regulatory federal agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Trade and Development Agency
Troubleshooting Technical Problems
The following are some commonly reported technical issues
regarding viewing StandardsPortal. If
the solutions provided below do not resolve your difficulty, please contact us.
StandardsPortal pages are not loading properly or some features are not visible.
- Check to see which Internet browser you are using. StandardsPortal may be viewed using most popular internet browsers.
However, some features do not immediately appear in Internet Explorer Version 8.
If you are using Internet Explorer 8, please click the “Compatibility” icon to properly view StandardsPortal features such as foreign language characters and drop-down menus. See the diagram below.
Foreign language characters do not display properly
- In earlier editions of some operating systems, some
Asian language characters may not display without the proper language
pack. Check to make sure that your computer has the proper language service pack installed.
- Windows Vista, Windows 7, and all recent Mac OS X
versions include support for Asian languages automatically.