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Sam Low (NIST Metallurgy) at the primary Rockwell hardness reference machine for the U.S.
Cameron Miller (NIST Optical Technology) at NIST 2.5 m integrating sphere for LED measurements.
Gina Kline (NIST Process Measurements) recording data over PVTt primary gas flow standard.
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Lab Bulletin LB-93-2016, Use of Computerized Systems for the Recording of Bulk Asbestos Analysis Data, issued on March 4, 2016
Lab Bulletin LB-90-2015, Addition of IEC 60081:A5 2013 to Scopes of Accreditation, issued on November 20, 2015
Lab Bulletin LB-89-2015, Addition of ANSI C82.77-10:2014 to Scopes of Accreditation, issued on July 14, 2015
Lab Bulletin LB-88-2015, Addition of IEC 62301:2011 to Scopes of Accreditation, issued on July 14, 2015
Lab Bulletin LB-87-2015, Restructuring of the On-Site Assessment Process in the Cryptographic and Security Testing (CST) Laboratory Accreditation Program (LAP), issued on June 30, 2015
Lab Bulletin LB-86-2015, Addition of New Requirements to NIST Handbook 150-17, Annex B, Regarding the Use of Extended Cost Recovery (ECR) Points as a Means of Monitoring Technical Proficiency, issued on June 30, 2015
Lab Bulletin LB-85-2015, Calibration Certificates for In-house Calibrations, issued on February 24, 2015
Lab Bulletin LB-84-2015, Addition of the 2014 Edition Release 2 Certification Criteria for EHR Technology to the HIT LAP, issued on February 12, 2015
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