Definition Edit

An information-processing standard is

a set of detailed technical guidelines used to support specific functions and/or interoperahility in hardware, software, or telecommunications development, testing, and/or operation.[1]

Federal information-processing standards Edit

Federal information-processing standards often significantly affect the widespread adoption of technology and can result in lower unit costs to the user. Although federal agencies are required to comply with federal information-processing standards, industry voluntarily has adopted many of these standards.[2]

References Edit

  1. Communications Privacy: Federal Policy and Actions, at 15.
  2. Id.

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