Policy - Industry Standards
With manufacturers, suppliers and customers in every significant global market, the technology sector continues to grow and fuel societal and economic progress worldwide. Market-driven, private sector-led standards are a core component of that success, providing technical criteria and instructions for methods and approaches that enable different technologies to connect and interoperate. This in turn helps spur the creation of even more innovative products and services.
Global information and communications technology (ICT) standards create value and aggregate markets through technology diffusion, increased productivity, and interoperability. A diverse, nimble ICT standards ecosystem is fundamental to today’s thriving, rapidly evolving global technology environment, enabling innovators and product developers to choose the best solution to meet their needs and to freely revise that choice in response to inevitable changes in technology and market conditions.
A decentralized, voluntary, market-driven standardization system has worked extremely well and will continue to empower ICT innovators to revolutionize the way we work, learn, and play.
- ITI Views on Global ICT Standards (November 13, 2015)
- ITI Views on Intellectual Property Rights in Standards (November 12, 2015)
- ITI Views on Open Standards and Open Source Software (November 11, 2015)
- ITI Views on Reliance on Global ICT Standards & Respect for Copyrights (November 10, 2015)
- ITI Views on Standards and Technical Regulations (November 09, 2015)
Download On Tech: Standards Experts on Ensuring Inclusive Terminology In Tech (October 01, 2020)
Listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Spotify. On this episode of the Download On Tech podcast, ITI CEO Jason Oxman is joined by Phil Wennblom, Senior Director of Standards Policy ...
Standards Are Developed in a Consensus-Based Way (July 29, 2019)
This article originally appeared as a Letter to the Editor in the Financial Times on July 29, 2019. You can find it here. While your Big Read article “Eyes on the prize” (July 25) correctly outlines China’s ...
Ensuring Technology Serves as a Force for Good (March 06, 2019)
It’s easy to forget just how much technology has changed our world and our lives. A little more than a decade ago, a small business owner relied on foot traffic from local customers rather than web visits ...
Getting Global Standards Right in T-TIP (March 13, 2014)
As U.S. and EU trade negotiators meet this week in Brussels for the next round of “T-TIP,” we urge both sides to place particular emphasis on the ‘P’, the Partnership aspect of the undertaking. Clearly, ...
T-TIP and ICT Standardization: Opportunity is Knocking (September 30, 2013)
Significant alignment between the U.S. and EU standards and regulations approaches can mean significant new opportunities for our economies, including new jobs and innovative products and services for ...
ITI Congratulates Gina Raimondo on Confirmation as U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary (March 02, 2021)
WASHINGTON – Today, global tech trade association ITI’s President and CEO Jason Oxman issued the following statement on the confirmation of Gina Raimondo as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce: ...
Tech Industry Outlines Agenda to Drive U.S. Global Competitiveness (January 25, 2021)
Recommendations on Privacy, Broadband, Data, and More Shared with Biden-Harris Administration, Congressional Leaders WASHINGTON – Today, global tech trade association ITI released a comprehensive, pro-innovation ...
ITI Hires Two to Grow Its Public Affairs Team (September 30, 2018)
WASHINGTON – ITI, the global voice of the tech sector, announced today that Jennie Westbrook Courts and Clare Sahin joined its public affairs team as vice president of external affairs and manager of state ...
Three Forums to Focus on Green Tech Challenges (May 30, 2013)
Global experts on green technology and sustainability will meet with industry leaders on the compliance and regulatory challenges they face as part of the first-ever ITI Sustainability Series. The three ...