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Preparing for the Future

As an association, we are working with stakeholders in a variety of different fields to ensure a safe, resilient and sustainable future.

General Code’s eCode360 Maplink

The new eCode360 MapLink powered by Zoninghub provides easy access to essential zoning requirements at a parcel level by integrating information from the local code of ordinances with Geographic Information Systems mapping capabilities displayed in the eCode360 platform.

ICC-ES Marketing Claim Verification Program

The Marketing Claim Verification Program further educates consumers by verifying marketing claims through an objective and impartial process developed by ICC-ES. The verification process involves extensive claim review, evaluation and testing. Once the manufacturer’s claim is verified, ICC-ES issues a marketing claim verification report that is published online and available to the public.


The Alliance for National & Community Resilience laid the foundation for the development and deployment of the 19 benchmarks which comprise the Community Resilience benchmarks (CRB)—ANCR’s tool for communities to evaluate and enhance their resilience.

Ad Hoc Committee on Building Safety & Security

The Code Council Board of Directors established an ad hoc committee to comprehensively explore and assess building safety and security.

FDA Recognizes IAS

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced its recognition of the International Accreditation Service as an accreditation body under the Accredited Third-Party Certification Program for a period of five years. FDA certification bodies can conduct food safety audits and issue certifications of foreign food facilities (including farms).

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