Defining a ubiquitous, secure, reliable and open internet protocol for handling business messaging.
Defining bindings and mappings of AMQP wire-level messaging protocol for real-time data passing and business transactions
Combining advances in cryptography, messaging, and blockchain to deliver secure and private business processes at low cost via the public Ethereum Mainnet. Baseline is a part of EEA Community Projects, an OASIS Managed Open Project.
Defining a federated document transport infrastructure for business document exchange
Defining the standard for implementing course of action playbooks for cybersecurity operations.
Providing a privacy-by-design framework for behavioral data collection and processing
Standardizing cloud PaaS management API
Defining an XML format for interchange, documentation and management of code lists (a.k.a. controlled vocabularies or coded value enumerations) in any processing context
Supporting delivery of personalized user experiences, establish a Customer Data Platform standard
Standardizing automated disclosure of cybersecurity vulnerability issues
Supporting automated information sharing for cybersecurity situational awareness, real-time network defense, and sophisticated threat analysis
Advancing a document creation and management specification that builds content reuse into the authoring process
Advancing digital signature services standards
Educating the global marketplace on the value of DITA for document creation and management.
Defining a schema for describing XML documents for general and technical publishing
Managing modifications and maintenance for several ratified ebXML specifications
Defining the transport, routing and packaging of e-business transactions
The hub for open source-based standards developments in the Ethereum industry.
Defining a set of standardized protocols to elevate trust in an electronic identity
Surveying methods of authenticating electronic identities to make them more useful for governments, businesses, and individuals engaged in eGovernment and eCommerce.
Enabling information exchange to advance incident preparedness and response to emergency situations
Supporting widespread implementation of EDXL standards including CAP through education and market awareness
Completed: The Technical Committee was closed by OASIS TC Administration on 08 December 2020 and is no longer active. Maintenance of TC deliverables has been transferred to the Emergency Management TC.
Archives of this TC’s work remain publicly accessible and are linked from this page. OASIS appreciates the efforts of all those who participated in this TC.
Enabling the Collaborative and Transactive use of Energy
Exchanging price information and product definitions in energy markets and to those following markets
Supporting open source communities that develop specifications which facilitate Ethereum’s longevity, interoperability, and ease of integration.
Advancing interoperability standards for enterprise encryption key management
Developing an open standard for machine-readable tagging of legal citations LegalCiteM is an affiliated LegalXML Member Section Technical Committee
Advancing worldwide best practices for the use of XML in legal documents
Enabling legal arguments to be created, evaluated, and compared using rule representation tools
Using XML to create and transmit legal documents among attorneys, courts, litigants, and others.
Developing an open standards based framework for internationally interoperable lexicographic work.
Developing technical standards for the interfaces of litigant portal modules, to help potential litigants without legal representation overcome the barriers of cost and complexity
Providing a lightweight publish/subscribe reliable messaging transport protocol suitable for communication in M2M/IoT contexts where a small code footprint is required and/or network bandwidth is at a premium.
Defining a method to exploit technical documentation assets by extending core standards
Supporting an open source ecosystem where cybersecurity products can interoperate without one-off integrations by using commonly developed code, tooling, and standards.
The ODF Advocacy Open Project was formed to promote widespread adoption of the OpenDocument Format, the world’s leading document standard.
Completed: The Open Project closed on 14 June 2021. The open source assets remain publicly accessible at https://github.com/odf-advocacy. OASIS appreciates the efforts of all those who participated in this work.
Enabling mechanical and electrical control systems in buildings to communicate with enterprise applications
Creating a standardized language for the command and control of technologies that provide or support cyber defenses.
Simplifying data sharing across disparate applications in enterprise, Cloud, and mobile devices
Developing an XML-based file format specification for office applications
Helping cities manage products that use the public right-of-way, including shared scooters, bikes, autonomous vehicles, and drones. OMF is an independent group hosted via OASIS Foundation-as-a-Service.
Defining open source standards that let digital tax and trade attribute attestations be transmitted with legacy and blockchain platforms, facilitating cross-border exchange of product data using a globally universal, consistent message set.
Defining technical elements and guidelines for project management of Software Supply Chains with the minimum set of information and relationships commonly used by carriers and suppliers to manage software delivery
An open community building practical specifications for integrating software.
Enhancing PKCS #11 standard for cryptographic tokens controlling authentication information (personal identity, cryptographic keys, certificates, digital signatures, biometric data)
Providing a guideline for developing operational solutions to privacy issues
Developing common object models and schemas for collaborative planning and scheduling in manufacturing
Advancing a leading production-grade reference implementation of the Baseline Protocol, an open standard that helps synchronize multiparty workflows across a variety of sectors.
An open community developing a standard for modeling dialogs in conversational agents
Defining and maintaining a standard, XML-based framework for creating and exchanging security information between online partners
Advancing digital asset management solutions. Samvera is an independent group hosted via OASIS Foundation-as-a-Service.
Defining a well-documented collection of algorithms, mechanisms and methods, including test-vectors, that can be used in other Technical Committees.
Enabling improved eBusiness process and resource planning at design and run time
Developing a core reference model to guide and foster the creation of specific, service-oriented architectures
Defining a common data model for SOA repositories as well as an interaction protocol to facilitate the use of common tooling and sharing of data.
Defining a standard output format for static analysis tools
Defining a catalog-based, knowledge framework that enables problem remediation and optimization of operational and business characteristics of complex systems
Improving the quality of standards by facilitating the creation and use of test assertions by OASIS committees and others
Enabling semantic interoperability of threat actor contextual information.
Enhancing the portability and operational management of cloud and other types of applications and services across their entire lifecycle
Advancing an overall framework for using IT to improve delivery of public services
Defining a common XML library of business documents (purchase orders, invoices, etc.)
Defining a value stream management protocol for sharing data across platforms in the software supply chain and systems ecosystem.
Defining the standard for exchanging variability information across variant management tools and systems
Enhancing the performance of virtual devices by standardizing key features of the VIRTIO (Virtual I/O) Device Specification
Maintaining WS-I Web services Profiles
Defining a cross-domain standard for services to enable machine-based scheduling of human-centric activities
Defining WS-Security extensions and policies to enable the trusted exchange of multiple SOAP messages
Representing and evaluating access control policies.
Defining standard serialization-independent interchange objects for payloads and metadata to support interoperability in the Globalization, Internationalization, Localization and Translation (GILT) industries
Advancing the bitext exchange standard for localisation
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