IEC Offers Faster Standardization for Fast-Moving Technical Fields

The IEC is trying to cut down the voting time for the enquiry stage of a standard, the CDV (Committee Draft for Vote), by nearly half, so as to accelerate the delivery of the final standard. CDV is the last possible moment at which changes can still be made to the content of an International Standard. The CDV period currently runs for five months and during this time, a future standard can be made available for comments during a public enquiry stage. While overall standards development time has been significantly reduced over the years, to a large extent due to electronic document production and sharing, the CDV period was never reduced as some countries needed this time to efficiently consult with their industries and other stakeholders before submitting their final comments regarding a standard. However, with broad access to information technology, the IEC now feels that it may be reasonable to reduce the length of this consultation period.

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