"Reliable Results Through Recognized Accreditation"



has a cooperative MoU with the

American Council

of Independent Laboratories.



supports the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) mission and goals.

International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation



National Cooperation for Laboratory Accreditation (NACLA)

NACLA is a voluntary cooperation of regulators, specifiers, accreditation bodies and laboratories performing scientific testing to work toward a common goal:  standardization of laboratory accreditation throughout the US.  NACLA is the only cooperation in which regulators and specifiers play an active role in the formulation of ISO 17011 compliant evaluation criteria, which culminates in the recognition of accreditation bodies evaluating compliance with ISO 17025, ISO 17020 and ANSI/NCLS Z540.3.




    Why the US Needs NACLA AB Recognition


    Click on the links below to view presentations from NACLA members on the benefits of NACLA recognition of accreditation bodies to evaluate scientific testing in compliance with ISO 17025, ISO 17020 and ANSI/NCSL 540.3.

      NACLA Specifiers

      • AT&T Technology Operations

      • Chrysler Motors
      • Federal Aviation Administration
      • Federal Communications Commission
      • Fokker Aerostructures B.V.
      • General Motors
      • General Services Adminstration
      • Goodrich
      • Harlow Aerostructures
      • Nadcap
      • National Association of State Fire Marshalls
      • Smart Grid Interoperability Panel, IPRM Version 2
      • State of California DOT
      • US Coast Guard
      • US DOT, Federal Highway Administration
      • US Environmental Protection Agency
      • US Navy