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A minor quibble for those who aren't familiar with ISO--it isn't a
regulatory body and certification is strictly optional for those who
wish to gain the recognition that ISO certification may entail.
People who are much more current than am I regarding ISO cert issues
often claim that it can enshrine processes that often should instead
be replaced as being cumbersome and unnecessarily costly.
On 8/5/05, Gene Kim-Eng <techwr -at- genek -dot- com> wrote:
> There won't be any more calls
> for writers "certified" in the new regulations than there now
> are for writers "certified" in regulatory environments like ISO
> or SOX.
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