NATIONAL COUNCIL OF STANDARDIZATION

The National Standardization Council is a supernumerary body having the authority to operate under the MASM and issue decisions to be publicly enforced within the scope of relevant laws.
The National Council of Standardization consists of representatives from the relevant government, non-government and scientific organizations and business entities.
The Government Cabinet has the power to establish the National Council including to appoint or dismiss its members, be chaired by the Chairman of the Central Standardization body.

The National Council is enjoying the following full power:

- To adopt or withdraw national standards and standardization programs

- Defining the future policy and directions of the work of standardization, conformity assessment and accreditation in conformity with law, discussing the results of work being performed in these directions, and giving direction and management

- To approve rules, procedures and guides related to standardization and conformity assessment

- To set up technical committees for standardization, approve their charters

The National council of standardization approves and adopts the standards as national to use within the territory of the country after being reviewed and accepted by the standardization technical committee.

The basic form of National Council operations is a meeting.

The National Council shall meet no less often than once a month and issue decisions on the matters on its agenda.

The Secretary of the National Council organizes the day-to-day operations of the National Council and ensures the preparation for meetings, keep the meeting minutes, and assist in organizing the work of implementing the decisions and recommendations issued same shall maintain the archives and papers of the National Council.

Mongolian Agency for Standard and Metrology. 2017