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Today we break down consultation notices on best practice titles relevant to the technology and management of educational communities in the United States specifically; but also with sensitivity to the global education markets where thousands of like-minded organizations also provide credentialing, instruction, research, a home for local fine arts and sport.

We steer away from broad policy issues and steer toward technical specifics of public consultations presented by national member bodies of the International Electrotechnical Commission, the International Organization for Standardization, the International Telecommunications Union and the American National Standards Institute.

We have collaborations with Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Sapienza – Università di Roma, Universität Zürich, Universität Potsdam, Université de Toulouse. Universidade Federal de Itajubá, University of Windsor, the University of Alberta, to name a few — most of whom collaborate with us on electrotechnology issues.  Standards Michigan and its 50-state affiliates are (obviously) domiciled in the United States.  However, and for most issues, we defer to the International Standards expertise at the American National Standards Institute


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Standing Agenda / Global


International Electrotechnical Commission Annual Report 2019

ISO Update  2021-02-09

ANSI Education & Training Overview

ANSI Guide for US Delegates

ITU Digital Technical Standards



Chain of Custody

ISO Proposal for a New Field of ISO Technical Activity
Chain of Custody
Comment Deadline: March 26, 2021
NEN, the ISO member body for the Netherlands and secretariat of ISO Project Committee 308 (ISO/PC 308), has
submitted to ISO a proposal for a new field of ISO technical activity on Chain of custody, with the following scope
Standardization in the field of chain of custody (CoC) for products and associated processes with specified
characteristics, with the aim of ensuring that associated claims are reliable.
Please note that NEN proposed a new work item proposal on this subject in 2016 which was approved, and the
standard ISO 22095:2020 (Chain of custody — General terminology and models) was developed under ISO/PC 308. This
proposal is to convert ISO/PC 308 into a technical committee with an extended work program.
Anyone wishing to review the proposal can request a copy by contacting ANSI’s ISO Team (isot@ansi.org), with a
submission of comments to Steve Cornish (scornish@ansi.org) by close of business on Friday, March 26, 2021.
Organizations interested in participating in the U.S. TAG or obtaining additional information should contact the U.S. TAG
Administrator, Grace Roh Grace.Roh@ul.com of Underwriters Laboratories.





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