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ТК-80

Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport

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Main committee

Иван Костов

Desislava Gulenova

+359 2 817 4581

desislava.gulenova@bds-bg.org

Services

Public documents

Scope

Standardization in the fields of:
- business and administrative processes, including data used for information exchange between and within separate organizations;
- technologies and processes, including capture, indexing, storage, retrieval, distribution, presentation, migration, exchange, maintenance and management of different types of documents;
- different types of research (market, public and social) aimed for organizations, professionals and consumers;
- e-procurement and related information flows in different supply chains;
- postal services, including different aspects of improving the interoperability and quality of services in the postal supply chain;
- health informatic including capture, interchange and use of health-related data, requirements on health information structure to support clinical and administrative procedures, technical methods to support interoperable systems as well as requirements regarding safety, security and quality.

Facts and digits

58

New projects

462

Published standards

0

Meetings

12

Members

Relation to mirrors committee

This BDS/TC is a mirror of the following European and international technical committees

CEN/TC 251

Health informatics


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 251

Health informatics

Standardization in the field of Health Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to achieve compatibility and interoperability between independent systems and to enable modularity. This includes requirements on health information structure to support clinical and administrative procedures, technical methods to support interoperable systems as well as requirements regarding safety, security and quality.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 331

Postal services


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 331

Postal services

The standardization of various aspects of the measurement of quality of service, hybrid mail, (automatic) identification and tracing of mail items, apertures in letter boxes, receptacles, address data, and forms in order to increase the interoperability of postal networks and to improve the quality of service.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 440

Electronic Public Procurement


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 440

Electronic Public Procurement

Standardization in the field of e-procurement to support the electronic public procurement processes and their accompanying information flows in the physical and financial supply chain. This is to facilitate end-to-end e-procurement including both Pre-award and Post-award processes for public procurement covering: e-notification - Publication of and access to notices related to procurement opportunities such as Prior information Notices, Contract Notices and Contract Award Notices. e-access - Electronic access to tender documents and specifications, including electronic access to supporting documents for suppliers in the preparation of a Tender response, e.g. clarifications, questions and answers. e-submission - Secure submission of tenders and/or catalogues in electronic format to the contracting body (contracting authority/ contracting entity), which is able to receive and process it in compliance with applicable legal requirements. e-evaluation - Evaluation of the electronic tenders and/or catalogues received by the contracting body following the closing deadline of a tender competition, including electronic exchange to support for evaluators to clarify the tender. e-awarding - Information exchange regarding award of the contract, including electronic exchange to support tenderers request for additional information about the result of the procedure. e-contract - Signing, enactment of a contract / agreement and possibly its related catalogue through electronic means between the contracting authority/entity and the winning tenderer(s), as well as signing of contract amendments and possibly their related catalogue. e-sourcing - Activities preparatory to issuing an order. It can consist in exchanging electronic messages with winning tenderers who have signed a framework agreement with the contracting body, a request for quotation and its response (quotation) (e.g. framework agreements with reopening competition), etc. e-ordering - Issuing of an electronic order by the contracting body and its acceptance by the supplier or conversely issuing of an electronic order agreement by the supplier. e-fulfilment - Electronic exchange of documents that enable monitoring the execution of the order or the contract. Deliverables for these processes will support the electronic exchange of information in public procurement as well as in B2B transactions. Attention will be given to the establishment of a semantic data model and at least one syntax data binding for the application of XML in both pre-award and post-award. The work of CEN/PC 440 will be developed from the deliverables of CEN/BII (2)3 in alignment with the deliverables of CEN/PC 434. Other initiatives such as ISO/IEC/JTC 1/SC 32, OpenPEPPOL and eSENS will be taken into consideration as appropriate."


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 445

Digital information Interchange in the Insurance Industry


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 445

Digital information Interchange in the Insurance Industry

Standardization in the field of digital information interchange in the European insurance industry. This applies to aspects of policy administration (quotation, offer, application, transfer of contract and premium data, premium and commission statement, party and contract changes, search and information services for party and contract) and of claims handling (notification, verification, assessment, authorization, settlement and reimbursement, recovery, status information). Standardization will focus on the digital information interchange among insurance companies, intermediaries, sales organizations, portals, service providers and customers. All lines of business in the insurance industry may be considered, such as life, health, property and casualty.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 447

Horizontal standards for the provision of services


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 447

Horizontal standards for the provision of services

Horizontal standardization for the provision of services, within their lifecycle.The scope of CEN/TC 447 does not cover ‘works contracts'.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/WS BII3

Business Interoperability Interfaces on public procurement in Europe phase 3


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/WS BII3

Business Interoperability Interfaces on public procurement in Europe phase 3


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 461

Public Procurement


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 461

Public Procurement

Standardization in the field of public procurement. The main task of TC/461 is the development of a standardization document on integrity and accountability in public procurement. The TC/461 will identify the need for any new projects which would expand the work program to include standards, or other standardization documents, within the wider field of public procurement and not just limited to integrity and accountability, such as terms and definitions, general concepts, best practices, guides for the procurement process, checklists, and other guidelines of relevance.


Originator: CEN

P member

ISO/TC 154

Processes, data elements and documents in commerce, industry and administration


Originator: ISO
P member

ISO/TC 154

Processes, data elements and documents in commerce, industry and administration

International standardization and registration of business, and administration processes and supporting data used for information interchange between and within individual organizations and support for standardization activities in the field of industrial data. Development and maintenance of application specific meta standards for: process specification (in the absence of development by other technical committees); data specification with content; forms-layout (paper / electronic). Development and maintenance of standards for process identification (in the absence of development by other technical committees); data identification. Maintenance of the EDIFACT-Syntax.


Originator: ISO

P member

ISO/TC 215

Health informatics


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/TC 215

Health informatics

Standardization in the field of health informatics, to facilitate capture, interchange and use of health-related data, information, and knowledge to support and enable all aspects of the health system.


Originator: ISO

O member

ISO/TC 171

Document management applications


Originator: ISO
P member

ISO/TC 171

Document management applications

Standardization of technologies and processes involving capture, indexing, storage, retrieval, distribution and communication, presentation, migration, exchange, preservation, integrity maintenance and disposal in the field of document management applications. Documents may be managed in micrographic or electronic form. This includes: quality control and integrity maintenance; input/output quality of documents (micrographic or electronic) implementation, inspection and quality control procedures for storage, use and preservation of documents (micrographic or electronic), including supportive metadata; applications involving workflow (process management) in an enterprise and on the Internet; maintenance of quality and integrity during information exchange between systems; procedures and processes supporting legal admissibility and/or integrity and security; management of related audit trail information. Excluded: records management policies and procedures within the scope of TC 46; all work on information, process and production definitions and workflow of industrial automation systems within the scope of TC 184; cinematography, dimensions and labeling of raw-stock film, and the methods within the scope of ISO/TC 42 dealing with testing, rating, classifying and specifying the performance characteristics of processes, materials and devices applicable to photography; work being done by ISO/IEC JTC1 that is within its scope and in particular work of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 23, SC 24, SC 27, SC 28, SC 29, SC 32 and SC 34. NOTE Where potential or actual overlap with other TCs exists JWGs will be actively pursued.


Originator: ISO

P member

ISO/TC 225

Market, opinion and social research


Originator: ISO
P member

ISO/TC 225

Market, opinion and social research

Standardization of the requirements for organizations and professionals conducting market, opinion and social research.


Originator: ISO

P member

ISO/TC 171/SC 1

Quality, preservation and integrity of information


Originator: ISO
P member

ISO/TC 171/SC 1

Quality, preservation and integrity of information

• Control processes • Quality of input and output • Production control, statistical evaluations • Physical aspects of storage and preservation (short and long term) • Operating equipment • Evaluation of characteristics of use • Qualification of processes • Terminology – Vocabulary • Integrity of information


Originator: ISO

P member

ISO/TC 171/SC 2

Document file formats, EDMS systems and authenticity of information


Originator: ISO
P member

ISO/TC 171/SC 2

Document file formats, EDMS systems and authenticity of information

• Logical aspects of storage and preservation (short and long term) • File formats• EDMS functionalities and architecture • Evaluations and qualification of EDMS • Workflow • Authenticity of information


Originator: ISO

P member

ISO/TC 321

Transaction assurance in E-commerce


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/TC 321

Transaction assurance in E-commerce

Standardization in the field of “transaction assurance in e- commerce related upstream/downstream processes”, including the following: Assurance of transaction process in e-commerce (including easier access to e-platforms and estores); Protection of online consumer rights including both prevention of online disputes and resolution process; Interoperability and admissibility of inspection result data on commodity quality in cross-border e-commerce; Assurance of e-commerce delivery to the final consumer.


Originator: ISO

O member