Metrological traceability is the fundamental concept of modern measurements. It assures the inter-comparability of measurement results globally and is required by standards such as ISO 9001, USP, ISO 17025 and many more.
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Metrological traceability is a property of a measurement result. This means that, although it is sometimes stated, a measurement device or instrument cannot be traceable. It is only a result that is (or is not) traceable.
Metrological traceability always requires a reference. This can be the definition of a unit or a realization of a unit (a measurement standard). According to this definition, an organization cannot be a reference.