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Call for Members

The user-interest must adapt to the consensus product development regime of the 300-odd US based developers accredited by ANSI and also to the manner in which the Geneva standards bodies interact with each other and the US.

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Call for Members

February 1, 2021
mike@standardsmichigan.com

“A medieval missionary tells that he has found the point where heaven and Earth meet…” CLICK IMAGE

As ANSI’s United States Technical Advisory Group Leader, the International Committee on Information Technology Standards manages public consultations originating from the Geneva partner organizations that coordinate national standards organizations such as ANSI. The IEC develops its consensus titles in relatively smaller parcels which means that public review can be released in batches of 10 to 100 at a time. We see the same tsunami-like releases coming from ISO subcommittees.  Hard to keep up with but we try; giving priority to titles incorporated by reference into codes, standards and regulations at the state and federal level.   Meaningful information affecting #TotalCostofOwnership of education communities are typically buried deep, deep into best practice literature.

By comparison, most US-based standards setting organizations bundle best practice concepts into chapters and books.   The books are big but they move more slowly and, arguably, have been superceded within weeks; a discussion for another colloquium.

A broad overview of INCITS information and communication standards setting is linked below:

INCITS Public Groups Area

Note that the titles are product titles (not interoperability) titles.  We generally devote resources to interoperability titles for reasons we explain in our ABOUT.

We collaborate closely with the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the world’s largest professional organization for the world’s most transformative technologies.  Every 12 hours our algorithm picks up commenting opportunities relevant to the business side of the education industry and redirects them to the subject matter experts in the IEEE Education & Healthcare Facilities Committee which meets 4 times monthly in European and American time zones.

This much said, we always encourage direct participation in INCITS standards setting activity and in its administrative role as the US TAG to ISO/IEC Joint Technical Committee 1.   CLICK HERE to get started on your own.

We host several online colloquia on Infotech and Global standards owing to the speed of development in ICT technologies.   See our CALENDAR for the next online meeting; open to everyone.

 


LEARN MORE:

Freely available ISO/IEC JTC1 Standards

 

 

 

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