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ISO

International Organization for Standardization.

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The international records management standard, ISO 15489-1, specifies the elements of records management and defines the necessary results or outcomes to be achieved.
ISO has, in some situations, globalized standards, but has not necessarily harmonized them.
The current ISO board is proud of its accomplishments.
The Service has taken the position that INDOPCO applies to all ISO 9000 certification costs, which in the past would have been considered ordinary and necessary business expenses.
The standardized forms developed by ISO and its competitors are important to insurers that rely on independent agents to sell their products.
1, 25% of both injection and blow molders are currently registered for ISO or QS 9000, but extrusion processors are significantly higher at 33%.
Taking into account the increasing use by corporations of partnerships and limited liability companies for joint ventures, it is noteworthy that ISOs cannot be granted to employees of partnerships (or other entities, such as limited liability companies, that are treated as partnerships for tax purposes), even if the partnership is controlled by a corporation that has adopted or could adopt an ISO plan.
Note: If a plan does not meet all the ISO requirements, each option is treated as an NQO.
Details about ISO and its standards can be found at http://www.
Engineered Plastic Components, Mattawan, MI, has been registered by Entela to ISO 14001.
Notwithstanding these realities, ISO 15489 is the most significant thing ever to happen to international records management because it has the effect of legitimizing records management as a global management discipline.