Time plan

  

Project PWI  NP WD CD DIS FDIS Publication
ISO 22300   X          
ISO 22315   X X X X  X  2014
ISO 22316   X X        2016
ISO 22322   X X X X    2014
ISO 22324   X X X X    2014
ISO 22325   X X X      2015
ISO 22397   X X X X  X  2014
ISO/TS 22317   X X        2015
ISO/TS 22318   X          2015
ISO/IEC/TS 17021-6   X          2014

 

There are a various acronyms used to describe the stage of a document in the ISO standards development process. The primary stages include:

PWI – Preliminary Work Item
A committee can decide to register a "possible work item" to initiate the work on a New Work Item Proposal.

NP – New Work Item Proposal
The first formal stage of the standards development process. A new work item is adopted if five or more countries agrees to particpate in the work and if simple majority is reached in the ballot

WD – Work Draft
The work draft that reflects the technical content an assigned workgroup or project team develops before seeking broader comment by the sponsoring committee

CD – Committee Draft
The first “complete” version that the full technical committee votes and comments on until consensus is reached

DIS – Draft International Standard
Sent to all ISO member bodies, voting is performed and comments made; 2/3 of technical committee “primary” members must vote yes, and no more than ¼ of all ISO member bodies can vote no

FDIS – Final Draft International Standard
Sent to all ISO member bodies, voting is performed and if comments are received, they are saved for future revision; 2/3 of technical committee “primary” members must vote yes, and no more than ¼ of all ISO member bodies can vote no)

Upcoming events

10 December, Zoom
Communication Group meeting 

9-12 December in Lausanne, Switzerland 
Working Group 4 meeting

20-24 January in Bogota, Colombia 
Working Group 9 meeting

21-26 June, 2020, in Berlin, Germany
8th ISO/TC 292 plenary meeting

 

 

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