Interoperability Clearinghouse


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Interoperability Clearinghouse

An organization supported by the U.S. government and private companies to ensure interoperability between information systems. Formed in late 1998, its goal is to provide a mechanism that validates the interoperability of software including applications, programming languages, databases, object technology and network protocols. For information, visit www.ichnet.org.
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