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ISO/IEC JTC1/ SGFS was responsible within JTC1 for the methodology of defining and documenting profiles in International Standardized Profiles (ISPs). SGFS was created in 1987 and was disbanded on 1997-12-31.
The scope of SGFS (after expanding from the original OSI environment to also include the Open Systems Environment - OSE) was (see N606):
SCOPE: Functional Standardization in the field of Information technology through the development, maintenance and application of procedures and management tools including:
|1.||definition of functional standardization and functional standard;|
|2.||development of a catalogue of functional standards with appropriate classification (known as the "Taxonomy");|
|3.||definition of a methodology for achieving functional standardization, and the publication of International Standardized Profiles (ISPs) in accordance with user requirements. (An ISP is defined as: 'An internationally harmonized document which identifies a group of standards, together with options and parameters, necessary to accomplish a function or a set of functions');|
|4.||development of a set of operating procedures and assessment of resources;|
|5.||execution of the review of proposed draft functional standards;|
|6.||consideration of the requirements of functional standards on conformance and maintenance;|
|7.||development of expeditious publication procedure.|
|a)||standardization of base standards referenced in functional standards; and|
|b)||standardization of test suites for base standards in a) above.|
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