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GS1 Public Policy engagement with policymakers

We work with authorities at a national, regional and
international level to help improve regulations that can
benefit from GS1 standards systems. This list reflects
our global engagement, but it is not exhaustive.

United Nations (UN)

United Nations Network of Experts on Paperless Trade and Transport in Asia and the Pacific Advisory Group on Agricultural Trade Facilitation

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE): Working Party on Enhancing traceability and transparency of sustainable value chains in garment and footwear

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE): Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policies

World Trade Organisation (WTO)

Civil Society Dialogue on Trade

World Customs Organisation (WCO)

Private Sector Consultative Group (PSCG)

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Working Party on Consumer Product Safety

Business at OECD Consumer Policy Committee

Business at OECD Committee on Digital Economy Policy

Task Force on anticounterfeit initiatives

International Coalition of Medicines Regulatory Authorities (ICMRA)

Interoperability project

World Health Organisation (WHO)

Track and Trace External Stakeholder working group

World Bank

The Global Steering Committee for Quality Assurance of Health Products and Services

World Economic Forum (WEF)

Value in Healthcare (ViHC) project - Clinical informatics

International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO)

GS1 and ISO partnership for standards