This page lists draft documents that are available for public comment. Visit the Published Products page to download the initial series of voluntary standards and guidelines.
As the ISAO SO develops future documents, we will continue our established practice of providing opportunities for public comment and debate. The ISAO SO will place draft documents on this page for thoughtful input and constructive suggestions.
The ISAO SO is engaged with working groups to identify and prioritize products to meet the needs of ISAOs. The Future Products page lists preliminary ideas regarding potential future documents that are still in development. To learn more about participating in a working group, please visit our Join a Working Group page.
All draft documents that are currently available for comment are listed below. Click on the “Read More” link for each RFC document to read a full description and download a copy of the document to review at your convenience.
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Drafts Ready for Comment
The purpose of this document is to assist ISAOs by providing a more in-depth review of the foundational services and capabilities of an ISAO: collection and dissemination, facilitate member sharing, analyze information, and surveying members...Read more