International Standards Organization

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International Standards Organization, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

A body which promotes the development of world-wide standards and which publishes such standards.
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An international standard for books, document type definition, has been created by the International Standards Organization (ISO 12083) and this presents a standardized general markup language (SGML) which has been refined to Extensible Markup Language (XML).
In response to this global marketplace interest, in January, 2005 EPCglobal submitted C1G2 specifications to international standards organizations ISO/IEC to be included in ISO/IEC 18000 Part 6 Type C - Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) for Item Management.
participation in the International Standards Organization Technical Committee 17 for steel products.
Department of Agriculture, the International Standards Organization, and the Biometric Consortium have proposed or issued security standards, best practices, or guidelines.
ISO 9001:2000 certification connotes that Enthone is compliant to International Standards Organization (ISO) quality management systems and has demonstrated its ability to consistently provide products that aim to enhance customer satisfaction.
The specification is developed and maintained by the Free Standards Group, a non-profit organization that is now aiming for International Standards Organization approval.
Wilson was active in the work of the International Standards Organization (ISO) Technical Committee 6 (paper, hoard, and pulps), attending many meetings and serving as convener for the Working Group on accelerated aging, Wilson also held a U.S.
As use of DSP-C continues to grow, the site will expand to include information about the process of the International Standards Organization (ISO) to include the DSP-C specification in the evolving C standard.
A member of the International Standards Organization, Seiberlich is working with the International Maritime Organization on container security.
Currently he is a member of the board of directors of the Book Industry Study Group, the executive council of the Professional & Scholarly Publishers section of the American Association of Publishers, and the ISBN Revision Working Group of the International Standards Organization.
The company subscribes to the International Standards Organization's requisite features, including documentation and record-keeping, while it also maintains a flexible stance toward evolving standards and innovative ideas from its customers and employees.

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