Category Archive for: ‘Standards News’

  • Mortgage Data Standards drive education in USA

    This article from the USA claims that the US mortgage industry has historically lacked standardization but that education may be the solution to changing that. MISMO has recently concluded their first wave of online training for individuals; the training focuses on MISMO concepts and fundamentals […]

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  • IATA Receives Negative Comments on Resolution 787

    As the May 1 deadline for comments on the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Resolution 787 (a “high-level objective” for XML standards) to the Department of Transportation has passed, many negative comments have been received from travel companies and organisations within the travel industry. The […]

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  • IATA’s New Distribution Capability Gaining Momentum

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) in the US has been receiving a great deal of attention lately regarding a new XML standard they are in the processing of implementing. The IATA has recently filed an application with the Department of Transportation for approval for […]

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  • The State Decoded Adds Standard XML Format for Legal Info

    The State Decoded is a platform that displays US state codes, court decisions, and information from legislative tracking services to make it  more understandable to humans.Version 6.0 of The State Decoded has established a public API for State Decoded sites and creates a standard XML […]

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  • Cargo-XML Strategy Released

    Since 2009, the International Air Transport Association (IATA ) Cargo-XML Task Force has been working towards new XML standards. These standards are designed to innovate how the air cargo industry communicates and offers industry stakeholders an alternative to Cargo-IMP messages. The IATA’s Cargo Committee (CC) […]

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