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Upcoming New Edition of IEC / IEEE 82079-1: Requirements for Information for Use and Information Management Process
Dr. Claudia Klumpp
What’s new? The IEC/IEEE 82079-1 revised – what you should know about the upcoming new version. The new edition of IEC/IEEE 82079-1 does not only have a new title but a completely new concept of “information for use”. This upcoming version has additions referring to the delivery of information for use in electronic form and is also presented in a different structure. The information management process has become a normative part of the standard. This means that claiming conformity is not only possible for the information product but for the information management process as well. Now you will also find information on professional competencies as part of the standard.
- starting time
- 30/05/18 | 15:00 clock
- Time zone
- tekom Türkiye
- Recording available only to logged-in members.
The webinar gives an overview on the upcoming standard. You will get an idea how to work with the new version and how processes need to be aligned once it is published in early 2019.
Dr. Claudia Klumpp
Claudia Klumpp graduated in law and business administration. After working several years as a lawyer and legal consultant, she joined the professional associations tekom Deutschland and the European Association for Technical Communication – tekom Europe in 2013. She is in charge of the standardization and lobbying work for these two associations on both, the national and international levels. She was co-author of the tekom guideline “Delivery of information for use in electronic form – eDoc”. During the last two years, she chaired a DKE working group of representatives of industry associations and larger industrial companies to draw up a position paper, published in October 2020. This position paper was fully supported by tekom Europe and aimed at politicians and shows that there is no way around clarifying instructions in digital form.