• 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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  • RBA Announces Standards for Securities

    As reported by the Sydney Morning Herald, The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is introducing industry-wide reporting standards for mortgage-backed securities to boost investor confidence in the market. The new standards will allow investors, for the first time, to compare the performance of mortgage-backed securities […]

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