|Standards Development - Work in
The following list is of new projects that have been
development of draft standards. Participation is open to
and directly affected.
These projects are currently approved by the Technical
awaiting final approval by the parent body, INCITS.
The following list of DRAFT standards are
currently out for
Review. Comments are solicited from the INCITS Community
- Complete List of Public
Reviews of Draft Standards for the Current Year and
The following lists all the draft standards that have
some of the reviews may no longer be open for comment.
Further information on the public review process, please
- Complete Catalog of INCITS Projects
This catalog includes the active projects
under development within the INCITS committees and the
published standards. This catalog is organized by
Recently approved standards and
technical reports by INCITS.
The list of approved standards are projects that were
the national process as defined by the INCITS
procedures. These are the
projects that are designed as "INCITS.xxx". Published
available from the American National Standards Institute
through the INCITS store via Techstreet.
Additional information for the development of national
standards can be
found in the INCITS/RD-2.
Given the responsibilities and the expenditures
associated with U.S.
participation in international standards activities,
participation as a "P" member of ISO/IEC JTC 1, as a
support for the international committee’s technical
INCITS will adopt as “Identical”2 American National
ISO/IEC or ISO standards that fall within its program of
Similarly, INCITS will withdraw any such adopted
Standard that has been withdrawn as an ISO/IEC or ISO
Standards. Exceptions to this policy will be made, on a
case by case
basis, provided that a case for the exception has been
To implement this policy, INCITS shall follow the
for the Identical Adoption of an ISO or IEC standard as
National Standard”3. Additional information for the
international standards can be found in the INCITS/RD-1.
Whenever it is determined that a standard has ongoing
effectiveness, but is mature and unlikely to require
maintenance of any
sort, it can be designated as a stabilized standard that
requirement for periodic reaffirmation.
In order for a standard to be declared a stabilized
following criteria shall be met:
a. the standard addresses mature technology or
practices, and as a
result is not likely to require revision; and
b. the standard is other than safety or health related;
c. the standard currently holds that status of American
Standard and has been reaffirmed at least once; and
d. at least ten years have passed since the approval or
of the standard as an ANS; and
e. the standard is required for use in connection with
implementations or for reference purposes.
Additional information for the
stabilization of national standards can be found in
The withdrawn standards list provides an index of the
standards and development projects. Please note that
are no longer ANSI standards or technical reports.
these withdrawn standards is provided for historical
interest only and
should not be used for new designs. All copyrights
remain in full
effect. All rights reserved. Contact the INCITS
(firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information or to
electronic copy. Additional
information for the
withdrawal of standards can be found in the INCITS/RD-2.
|How to Purchase a
Interested parties can purchase standards
the INCITS Standards Store.
|How to Find a Standard (or determine IF a standard exists)
- Fast Track
- Technical Committee Development
- Entry Into the International
(presentation under Development)
For further information on the public review process,
information, contact Lynn