Design Automation Standards Committee
The Design Automation Standards Committee is responsible for the standardization of Design Automation related standards in the IEEE. It is part of the Computer Society of the IEEE. It also operates under the auspices of the IEEE Standards Association. Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents
FIPA is an IEEE Computer Society standards organization that promotes agent-based technology and the interoperability of its standards with other technologies. Since its foundations, FIPA has played a crucial role in the development of agents standards and has promoted a number of initiatives and events that contributed to the development and uptake of agent technology. Furthermore, many of the ideas originated and developed in FIPA are now coming into sharp focus in new generations of Web/Internet technology and related specifications. Information Assurance Standards Committee
The IASC sponsors standards development in a wide range of areas benefiting global human society through timely delivery of information conditioned by confidentiality, integrity, authentication, authorization, and non-repudiation. Every area of information technology (IT) is impacted by information assurance, and the IASC therefore develops standards jointly with other standards committees, such as the Storage Systems Standards Committee and the Software and Systems Engineering Standards Committee, both of the IEEE Computer Society, in addition to collaborating with organizational units of ISO, ANSI, INCITS, NIST, CNSS, and a multitude of industry consortia.
These standards serve to enable and protect essential functions of society's critical infrastructure elements that relate to information technology (IT) in areas of defense, finance, commerce, healthcare, transportation, and energy. All of the tools of the IEEE and collaborations with organizations in IEEE, in other standards development organizations, in government, in academia, and in industry are used to develop the best and most widely accepted standards in this area. IASC develops standards that are meant to be global in reach. Learning Technology Standards Committee
The IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee (LTSC) is chartered by the IEEE Computer Society Standards Activity Board to develop internationally accredited technical standards, recommended practices, and guides for learning technology. The IEEE LTSC coordinates with other organizations, both formally and informally, that produce specifications and standards for learning technologies. Local Area Networks/MAN Standards Committee (802)
The IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee develops Local Area Network standards and Metropolitan Area Network standards. The most widely used standards are for the Ethernet family, Token Ring, Wireless LAN, Bridging and Virtual Bridged LANs. An individual Working Group provides the focus for each area. Microprocessor Standards Committee
To create, maintain, and encourage the use of IEEE standards for the engineering of computer systems involving microprocessor and floating-point architectures, buses, interconnects, sensors, microprocessor operating system interfaces, real-time operating systems, programming and object languages, data interchange, cryptographic hardware, and computer environmental specifications. Portable Applications Standards Committee P&P
PASC is the IEEE's Portable Application Standards Committee. It is chartered with defining standard application service interfaces - most notably those in the POSIX family. PASC was formerly known as the Technical Committee on Operating Systems. Simulation Interoperability Organization/SAC
The Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO) is an international organization dedicated to the promotion of modeling and simulation interoperability and reuse for the benefit of a broad range of M&S communities. SISO's Conference Committee organizes Simulation Interoperability Workshops (SIWs) in the US and Europe. SISO's Standards Activity Committee develops and supports simulation interoperability standards, both independently and in conjunction with other organizations. SISO is recognized as a Standards Development Organization (SDO) by NATO and as a Standards Sponsor by IEEE. In addition, SISO is a Category C Liaison Organization with ISO/IEC (JTC 1) for the development of standards for the representation and interchange of data regarding Synthetic Environment Data Representation and Interchange Specification (SEDRIS). Software & Systems Engineering Standards Committee
The IEEE Computer Society is the largest association for computer professionals in the world. Founded more than 50 years ago, it is now the largest of the technical societies of the IEEE. Any IEEE Computer Society standards project is assigned to one of a dozen or so "sponsors." For software engineering standards, and systems engineering standards for systems containing software, the sponsor is the Software and Systems Engineering Standards Committee (S2ESC).
In addition to the development of standards and supporting knowledge products, the S2ESC sponsors or cooperates in annual U.S. or international conferences and workshops in its subject area. The S2ESC also participates in international standards-making as a member of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 and as a direct liaison to SC7 itself. Storage Systems Standards Committee
This SSSC sponsors all Storage System standards activities within the IEEE through the Computer Society. These activities may include full-use and trial-use standards; guides; recommended practices; and study groups. Test Technology Standards Committee