- development of normative documents for standardization (interstate standards, rules, recommendations and classifiers);
- forming, keeping and conducting of interstate and international fund of standards, regional and national standards, and providing the state-participants of the Agreement with these standards;
- coordination of works on development of standard base and units sizes transmission system of physical quantities;
- conducting of interstate time and frequency service;
- conducting of interstate measurements means funds, standard samples and standard enquiry dates about substances and materials properties;
- rules and procedures development on mutual recognition of state testing results, metrological attestation, verification and measurements means calibration;
- rules and procedures development on mutual recognition of accredited testing, verification, calibration and measuring laboratories (centers), certification bodies, product certificates and quality management system;
- international cooperation in the field of standardization, metrology, certification and quality.
Works in the field of interstate standardization, metrology and certification are realized on the base of the Interstate Council decisions, national bodies suggestions and recommendations of working commissions and groups.
For the main activity directions of the Interstate Council the folowing items were created:
scientific and technical comissions:
- classification and coding of technicoeconomical and social information;
- standard samples;
- standard enquiry dates;
- non-restrictive control;
- development of interstate electronic system of information exchange;
- training and raising the level of specialists skill in the field of standardization, metrology and certification;
- the plenipotentiaries council on intergovernmental cooperation agreement realization on ensuring of time and frequency measurements unity;
- methodical maintenance of introduction ISO 9000 versions 2000 standards;
- work coordination of introduction an estimation of measurements uncertainty to metrological practice.