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As a policy-maker, you will often have to spend long periods of time determining technical requirements for new or updated regulations. There’s a way you can do that more efficiently! Technical requirements from existing standards not only enable you to gain time but also to be certain that the content has a broad support base.
In order to help you, we have put all the guidelines together in one handy guide. It not only tells you how you can use references to standards but also provides answers to more general queries regarding standards. The guide explains:
how standards are developed;
what standards there are;
the difference between standards and regulations;
the advantages and disadvantages of (in)direct references to standards;
how to insert a mandatory or non-binding reference to a standard.
So you can be well-prepared when you describe regulations and enjoy the many benefits on offer.
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