CLSI Standards Documents for Public Review
Comment on New and Revised Standards Drafts
Help shape the standards that affect your day-to-day work. To preserve the integrity of standards developed through the CLSI consensus process, we seek input from the public on our in-process draft documents before they are approved for publication. Opening the dialogue to CLSI members and nonmembers alike, we encourage your involvement in shaping our documents to ensure all interested parties are given a voice.
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Limited Revision Process
The Limited Revision Process provides an expeditious alternative to the Consensus Document Development Process when the requested document updates meet defined criteria. Limited revisions do not result in changes to the document’s scope, purpose, and/or intended audience. The attached document includes revised (redlined) text, and only the revised text is to be reviewed and commented on. Comments pertaining to other portions of the document (ie, those that were not revised) will be held for the next full revision.
CLSI Standards Documents for Public Review and Comment
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The review and comment period provides an opportunity for the public to offer input on CLSI draft consensus documents. At the end of the 45-day review and comment period, the committee that developed the document is required to review and provide responses to all comments received and revise the draft document as appropriate.
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