[Standards] FW: ANSI Notification of Final Action for ANSI/MEDBIQ CI.10.1-2013
vsmothers at jhmi.edu
Wed May 8 12:50:44 UTC 2013
Dear Standards Committee,
This note is just to let you know that the Curriculum Inventory was approved by ANSI and is now an American National Standard. We'll be publishing the standard with the new designation and announcing its release in the very near future. Thank you for your work to create this standard and enable continuous improvement in health professions education!
From: Charlene Banks [mailto:CBANKS at ansi.org]
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2013 2:20 PM
To: Valerie Smothers
Subject: ANSI Notification of Final Action for ANSI/MEDBIQ CI.10.1-2013
RE: Notification on Final Action on: ANSI/MEDBIQ CI.10.1-2013
Approval Date of Final Action: 5/7/2013
Standards Action Publication Date: 5/10/2013
The Board of Standards Review has approved the above action in connection with a candidate American National Standard:
Notice of this Final Action will be published in an upcoming issue of Standards Action. For actions other than withdrawals, applicable publication and maintenance requirements are contained in clause 4 of the ANSI Essential Requirements: Due process requirements for American National Standards.
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Notification of Right to Appeal to the ANSI Board of Standards Review
In accordance with ANSI Essential Requirements, those objecting to this final action who have completed the appeals process at the Standards Developer are hereby notified of their right to file a procedural appeal with the ANSI Board of Standards Review (BSR) If you have not completed the appeals process at the standards developer, you are normally not eligible to appeal to the BSR. If you are eligible and choose to appeal, the appeal statement and all supporting documentation must be filed in writing with the office of the undersigned within 15 working days after receipt of this official notification. The appeal must be based on procedural criteria, and include a statement as to why the BSR action should be modified. The BSR will not render decisions on the relative merits of technical matters, but it shall consider whether due process was afforded technical concerns. The appeal must be accompanied by a $500 filing fee payable to ANSI.
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Thank you for your support of the American National Standards process.
Secretary, Board of Standards Review
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