Gordon Gillerman, Director, Standards Coordination Office at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), leads NIST’s work in standards coordination including the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program. Gordon coordinates and advises federal agencies and other stakeholders on standards and conformity assessment policy. The Standards Coordination Office is the NIST focal point for federal government standards coordination, administers the NIST Standards Curricula Development Cooperative Agreement Program, operates the U.S. Inquiry Point for the World Trade Organization’s Technical Barriers to Trade Agreement and is a key information source for US industry on standards related market access issues. Gordon leads NIST’s work with federal agencies to develop standards and conformity assessment policy and programs. Gordon has extensive experience coordinating standards policy and development across a wide range of critical issues in the U.S. including homeland security, safety, health and protection of the environment. An expert on conformity assessment systems and their nexus with regulatory and trade issues and a sought after lecturer on standards, conformity assessment and regulation. Gordon has worked collaboratively within the standards community to enhance health, safety, the environment and security throughout his career. Prior experience includes leading government affairs for the largest U.S. product safety certification and standard development organization, Underwriters Laboratories (UL), in Washington, DC, and Staff Engineer for the medical device and information technology sectors at UL’s Northbrook, IL headquarters.
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