The IEEE Conformity Assessment Program (ICAP) is a joint initiative of the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) and IEEE Industry Standards and Technologies Organization (IEEE-ISTO). By drawing together subject matter experts (SME’s) from industry, ICAP develops and maintains an independent and industry-accepted conformity assessment program, related to IEEE standards. Where applicable, ICAP may also create a conformity assessment program around non-IEEE standards…
ICAP certification extends the standards development value chain by demonstrating that a product is compliant with requirements as agreed by ICAP and its authorized test laboratories. The certification process references test specifications developed by subject matter experts (SME’s) and other industry recognized forums…
Become an Authorized Test Laboratory
Interested test laboratories seeking to become an ICAP authorized test laboratory, must apply using the link provided below. Several factors including testing experience to specific IEEE standards, established quality system in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025 are used in evaluating candidate test laboratories. When all information has been received and reviewed, ICAP support staff will contact the listed person to schedule an interview. The interview will discuss specific details regarding the authorization process and other pertinent details.
IEEE-SA/ICAP Symposium of Conformity Assessment
Leading conformity assessment practitioners will gather in September for what promises to be one of the most informative single-day symposium on conformity assessment and its impact on a changing global environment.
This one-day symposium, on Monday 15 September 2014 and collocated with IEEE’s 50th Anniversary AutoTest event at the St. Louis Convention Center, will take a comprehensive look at the conformity assessment industry’s efforts to develop innovative programs that determine compliance to IEEE Standards.