Proposal for New ISA Standards Development Project
ISA welcomes suggestions on new consensus industry standards that can be promulgated through the ISA development processes. The ISA development process assures that there is balanced input from a variety of contributors including end users, suppliers, and generalists. It assures that no single company predominates in their opinion. And it guarantees that everyone's point of view is given fair and considered hearing. Consensus documents can be developed quickly as technical reports or as standards through a more thorough review process. In either case, the document is developed within ISA's ANSI-accredited process with the result being well-respected and widely used by industry.
Please provide the information below as completely as possible, and your proposal will be given prompt consideration. To discuss your idea or for help in completing the information, please contact Charley Robinson, ISA Standards Manager, at 919-990-9213 or [email protected].
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Title of proposed standards project
Scope of work (describe the technologies being addressed, applications, industries affected, etc)
Need and justification(why is this work needed by industry, who will benefit, what problems will be solved)
Target date by which industry needs this work completed and major milestones envisioned in the project
Related national and international standards to be considered in this project
Other standards committees or organizations that should be involved or aware of this work (ISA, other societies, international groups, industry organizations, etc)
Background information (provide any relevant documentation, including a draft or outline of the document you would like to see approved)
Provide any known information about whether this project will involve existing patented, trademarked, or copyrighted products, services, or information
Names of companies or individuals that you believe may be interested in working on this project