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Standardization Administration of China

The Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China (SAC; International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and other international and regional standardization organizations; the SAC is responsible for organizing the activities of the Chinese National Committee for ISO and IEC; the SAC approves and organizes the implementation of international cooperation and the exchange of projects on standardization.

SAC is headquartered in Haidian District, Beijing.


  • History 1
  • Laws 2
  • Levels 3
  • Types 4
  • Standard Lifecycle 5
  • Related organizations 6
    • Administration of Certification & Accreditation of China 6.1
    • Standardization Administration of China 6.2
    • Ministry of Industry and Information Technology 6.3
    • Technical 6.4
      • Committees 6.4.1
      • National 6.4.2
    • MII standard workgroups 6.5
  • Standardization in key fields 7
  • See also 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10


With the development through China's reforms and opening up, in April 2001, the State Council of China decided to set up the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection & Quarantine of the People's Republic of China (AQSIQ), by merging the former CSBTS and the former State Bureau of Import & Export Inspection and Quarantine (CIQ SA) and, at the same time, to establish the Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China (SAC) and Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People's Republic of China (CNCA) under AQSIQ.


  • Standardization Law of P.R.C.
  • Enforcement Regulations of Standardization Law
  • Management Measures of National Standards
  • Management Measures of Industrial Standards
  • Standardization Mechanism and Policy


  • National Standards
  • Industrial Standards
  • Enterprise Standards


  • Mandatory (Health, Safety and Security)
  • Recommended

Standard Lifecycle

  1. Phase 1: Preparing Work
  2. Phase 2: New Proposal
  3. Phase 3: Workgroup Draft
  4. Phase 4: Consultation
  5. Phase 5: Examination
  6. Phase 6: Approval
  7. Phase 7: Publication
  8. Phase 8: Review
  9. Phase 9: Suppression

Related organizations

Standards and conformity assessment bodies:

The Codex Alimentarius Commission.

The IOML, the APLMF and the APEC/Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance (SCSC).

Administration of Certification & Accreditation of China

Known as the CNCA.[2]

  • The International Inspection and Quarantine Standards and Technical Regulations Research Centre interfaces with the WTO-SPS; WTO-TBT
  • The National Accreditation Board for Certifiers (CNAB[3]) interfaces with the IAF
  • The National Auditor & Training Accreditation Board (CNAT[4])
  • The National Accreditation Board for Laboratories (CNAL[5]) interfaces with the ILAC; APLAC
  • The China Quality Certification Center (CQC[6])
  • The China Certification & Inspection Group (CCIC[7])

Standardization Administration of China

The SAC[8] interfaces with the ISO and the PASC.

  • China Association For Standardization (CAS)[9]
  • China National Institute of Standardization (CNIS)[10]
  • Standards Press of China (SPC)[11]
  • The National Institute of Metrology (NIM)[12] interfaces with the BIPM and the APMP.

Ministry of Industry and Information Technology

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) interfaces with the ITU.


  • Technical committees
  • MII standard workgroups


Standardization technical committees

  • ISO/IEC/JTC1 National IT Standardization Technical Committee
  • IEC/TC82 National Solar Photovoltaic Energy System Standardization Technical Committee
  • IEC/TC29 National Magnetic Element and Ferrite Material Standardization Technical Committee
  • IEC/TC47 National Semiconductor Device Standardization Technical Committee
  • IEC/TC21/SC21A National alkaline battery Standardization Technical Committee
  • IEC/TC91 National Printing circuit Standardization Technical Committee
  • IEC/TC80 National Navigation Standardization Technical Committee
  • IEC/TC25 National technical standardization committee on reliability and maintainability of electronic and electrician products
  • IEC/TC29 China National Technical Standardization Committee on Electro-acoustics


  • National Video, Audio and Multimedia system Standardization Technical Committee IEC/TC100
  • National All-or-nothing Relay Standardization Technical Committee IEC/TC94
  • National high-frequency Cable for Electronics and Connector Standardization Technical Committee IEC/TC46
  • National Frequency Control and Selection Standardization Technical Committee IEC/TC49
  • National Electronic Tube Bases Standardization Technical Committee IEC/TC39
  • National Electromechanical Components for Electronic Equipment Standardization Technical Committee IEC/TC48
  • National Electronic equipment Resistor-Capacitor Unit Standardization Technical Committee IEC/TC40
  • National Electronic Measuring Instrument Standardization Technical Committee

MII standard workgroups

  • Linux workgroup: Linux 标准工作组
  • Database workgroup: 数据库标准工作组
  • AVS workgroup: AVS 标准工作组
  • Digital TV workgroup: 数字电视标准工作组
  • RFID workgroup: RFID 标准工作组

Standardization in key fields

  • National standard “Solar home system specification and test procedure” issued
  • New energy (solar system) -7 standards developed, for example “Testing method for LED chip”
  • Industrial standard “Requirements for concentration limits for certain hazardous substances in electronic information products” issued
  • Pollution Control
  • 2005–2007 standardization developing plan for energy saving and comprehensive utilizing
  • Energy saving & consumption reduction
  • Standard and applications in research
  • RFID
  • “Specification for Office document format (Uniform Office Format (UOF))” issued.

See also


  1. ^ AQSIQ, China: Government .
  2. ^ CNCA, China: Government .
  3. ^ CNAB, China: Government .
  4. ^ CNAT, China: Government .
  5. ^ CNAL, China: Government .
  6. ^ CQC, China: Government .
  7. ^ CCIC, China: Government .
  8. ^ SAC, China: Government .
  9. ^ CAS, China .
  10. ^ CNIS, China .
  11. ^ SPC, China .
  12. ^ NIM, China .
  13. ^ CESI, China .
  14. ^ CCSA, China .
  15. ^ CSSN, China .

External links

  • Official website
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