The Estonian Centre for Standardisation and Accreditation (EVS) is a non-profit association that started operating on 1 April 2000 pursuant to the Technical Regulations and Standards Act (RT I 1999, 29, 358). Until then, standardisation was organised by the Standards Board. At the moment, the Estonian Centre for Standardisation and Accreditation operates pursuant to the
The state supports Estonian Centre for Standardisation and Accreditation by financing standardisation activities via the annual state budget grant agreement. You can find the agreement concluded for 2023 here: 2023 Budget Agreement | 473 KB | PDF. The state is represented by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications in its relations with the Centre for Standardisation.
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The daily operations of the Centre for Standardisation and Accreditation are organised by its CEO Priit Kikas.