ISO/TC 154

ISO/TC 154/JWG 1 (with UN/ECE)

The EDIFACT Application Level Syntax Rules (ISO 9735) is the main deliverable of the Joint Syntax Working Group (ISO/TC 154/JWG 1). It is was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 154, Processes, data elements and documents in commerce, industry and administration in collaboration with UNECE through UN/CEFACT. It represents the rules at the application level for the structuring of data in the interchange of electronic messages in an open environment, based on the requirements of either batch or interactive processing. In particular these syntax rules serve to support the global UN/EDIFACT standard for EDI. The syntax rules include the definition of the service envelopes, service messages (latest version) and syntax constructs such as the default separator characters and rules for inclusion and exclusion.

ISO/TC 154/WG 5

WG 5 provides a common platform for all date and time stakeholders, to enable a unified, interoperable of date and time across populations and systems. It publishes the ISO 8601 family of standards in ubiquitous use today.

ISO/TC 154/WG 6

WG6 was established in 2014 to develop and standardize methods used to facilitate trusted electronic and business transactions, including those in e-commerce, e-industry and e-administration. It also covers considerations of trusted and legally binding electronic communications in the mobile, IoT and cloud environments.

ISO/TC 154/Joint Working Group 8 (with UN/ECE)

Joint Working Group 8 (JWG 8) was established in 2018 with the UN/ECE in order to develop process, data elements related standards that are used for data exchanging between e-commerce platform and the related logistics information service providers etc to facilitate on-line trade.