What Online Forms Does the ISO Offer?


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Online forms provided by the International Organization for Standardization include its "Proposal for a New Field of Technical Activity" form, "Modification of the Title and/or Scope of a Technical Committee" form and "Twinning Agreement Template," as of 2016. ISO publishes its freely downloadable and editable forms in Microsoft Word format at ISO.org.

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Certain ISO bodies, committees and affiliated organizations use the "Proposal for a New Field of Technical Activity" form to propose a new field of technical activity to the ISO Central Secretariat, which assigns the proposal a reference number and processes it in accordance with joint ISO and International Electrotechnical Commission directives. The proposer uses the form to propose a new field's title, scope, initial program of work and deliverables; specify relevant existing documents, countries whose national or commercial interests could be affected, ways the proposed work would relate to existing work and which parties should be engaged as liaisons; and state how various stakeholders will be affected, the purpose and justification for the proposal and its commitment to the process.

Various ISO and other bodies use the "Modification of the Title and/or Scope of a Technical Committee" form to propose a change in the title or scope of an ISO technical committee. The proposer specifies the current and proposed title, the current and proposed scope, and a rationale for the proposed change.

Two ISO members use the "Twinning Agreement Template" to memorialize their agreement to collaborate on a course of action. They use the form to specify a project's objectives and the members' responsibilities, its training, communication and financing regimens, and its effective date and duration. Each member signs the agreement.

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