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A standards development organization (also called a standards developig organization) (SDO) is an

organization[] that develop[s] standards in processes marked by openness, balance, and transparency, and characterized by due process to address negative comments.[1]
any organization that develops and approves standards using various methods to establish consensus among its participants. Such organizations may be: accredited, such as ANSI-accredited IEEE; international treaty based, such as the ITU-T; private sector based, such as ISO/IEC; an international consortium, such as OASIS or IETF; or a government agency.[2]

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  1. NIST Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards, Release 2.0, at 61.
  2. NISTIR 8074, at 37.

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