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DIN Standards Committee Information and Documentation

About NID

Founded in 1927, DIN's Standards Committee on Information and Documentation (NID) was one of the first standards committees within DIN. It is responsible for the standardization of practices relating to libraries, documentation and information centres, and publishing.

Over the years our area of work has changed dramatically. We are responsible for the national standardization of the

  • collection,
  • indexing,
  • maintenance,
  • exchange,
  • use and
  • publication of

document and data collections, particularly in archives, museums, libraries and for the publishing industry.
NID represents German interests at European and International level as well. We hold the secretariat of ISO subcommittee ISO/TC 46/SC 10 "Requirements for document storage and conditions for preservation". We also send experts to other international bodies to participate in standards work that can be important for information and documentation.

How is NID composed?


Contact

DIN e. V.

Andreas Lamm

Am DIN-Platz
Burggrafenstraße 6
10787 Berlin

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ISO/CD 14739-1 2022-06-27 Document management - 3D use of Product Representation Compact (PRC) format - Part 1: PRC 10001 More  Comment 
ISO/AWI 5127 2022-05-20 Information and documentation - Foundation and vocabulary More  Comment 
ISO/CD TS 28560-4 2022-05-16 Information and documentation - RFID in libraries - Part 4: Encoding of data elements based on rules from ISO/IEC 15962 in an RFID tag with partitioned memory More  Comment 

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ISO 3297 2022-06 Standard Information and documentation - International standard serial number (ISSN) More  Order from Beuth Verlag
ISO 24143 2022-05 Standard Information and documentation - Information Governance - Concept and principles More  Order from Beuth Verlag
ISO 30302 2022-05 Standard Information and documentation - Management systems for records - Guidelines for implementation More  Order from Beuth Verlag

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