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Freely Available ICT Standards

Information and communication technology (ICT) standards are nearly all international standards.


Freely Available ICT Standards

April 7, 2020
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ISO and IEC Joint Technical Committee 1  is the work center for international information and communications technology (ICT) standards that apply to the education, healthcare and other industries.  In accordance with ISO/IEC JTC 1 and the ISO and IEC Councils, some International Standards and other deliverables are made freely available for standardization purposes.

Freely Available International Standards

We at least follow action, and sometimes contribute data and user-interest perspective, to the development of standards produced by several ANSI-accredited ICT standard developing organizations — ATIS, BICSI, IEEE, INCITS, TIA among them.  We follow the evolution of “legacy” standards developers for marginally related technologies move into ICT consensus product development.    There are also many fast-moving ICT consortia that we follow.   There are examples of ad hoc consortia whose consensus products are eventually incorporated by reference into legacy standard developers products that eventually find their way into public safety and sustainability laws.

US-based organizations may communicate directly with Lisa Rajchel, ANSI’s ISO/IEC JTC 1 Senior Director for this project:  Our colleagues at other educational organizations should contact their national standards body.

See our CALENDAR for the next online (twice monthly) Power & ICT teleconference during which time all ICT standards are on the standing agenda.




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