Information Society Standardization System (ISSS)
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1997-02-24 Brussels Belgium
24-25 Feb 1997, Brussels (Belgium), within the framework of D-XD0631 - Comité européen de normalisation (CEN). Also referred to as I-triple-S and as CEN/ISSS. Replaces U-XF1054 - European Workshop for Open Systems (EWOS) and U-XK1048 - European Committee for Information Technology Testing and Certification (ECITC). Terminated prior to 2013.
In response to the need for greater industry participation in the current market-driven approach to Global Information Infrastructure and the Global Information Society: include all relevant European Information Society standardization activities under a single umbrella; provide a "one-stop shop" for those with standardization requirements within CEN's field and a range of products to meet those requirements as rapidly and effectively as possible.
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CEN/ISSS Forum - non-executive body comprising major actors from various CEN/ISSS constituents.
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Type I ClassificationAvailable with paid subscription only.
Type II ClassificationAvailable with paid subscription only.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.
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