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Standards Engineering - March/April Issue now available!

The March/April issue of the SES Standards Engineering journal is available online for all SES members. In this issue:
  • Personal Protective Equipment and Conformity Assessment, by Maryann D’Alessandro, Lisa Carnahan, Richard W. Metzler
  • 2020 World Standards Day (WSD) paper competition call for submissions
  • Integrating Codes and Standards into the Learning Environment, by Bryan L. Hoskins and Virginia R. Charter
  • And more!
All SES Members can access the SES Journal for free by visiting the SES Members portal, or click here. The Journal may also be purchased in the SES Store here. Consider joining the SES today and gaining access to all past SES journals and other valuable content. 
SES April Webinar
Standards Setting for Airline Pricing and Retailing – Challenges, Learnings, and Solutions for Interoperability in the Airline Distribution Ecosystem 
 
Wednesday, April 15
1:00 - 2:00pm ET
Free for SES members
$50 for non-members

ATPCO produces technical standards that describe data exchanges (interface standards), the processes to automatically calculate airline pricing and retailing results (processing standards), as well as standards for processes that support these data exchanges and automated calculation such as government and regulatory automation standards (supporting services standards).  Just like the air travel industry, these standards are constantly evolving to support innovation at scale, and to provide the network economics that the airline product distribution ecosystem has come to expect.  David Smith will discuss the challenge of standards setting in a fast and complex environment that is constantly innovating, including capturing value for the industry and why standards are a critical part of that value proposition.  The presentation will highlight harmonization with other industry organizations across an increasingly diverse ecosystem, and the need for digital transformation.  Finally, he will draw conclusions and thought starters on lessons learned and applicability to the broader standards community.
SES Certifications 

The Society for Standards Professionals (SES) congratulates the following individual who has successfully certified or recertified themselves as an AStd professional:
  • Loanna A. Overcash, Avixa
  • Michael M. Erbesfeld, NEMA
  • Jacqueline N. Roueche, API
The Certification Committee encourages all certified professionals to recertify and for all SES members to consider joining the committee that "leaves a mark on you!"

To begin your journey towards certification, click here.
Postponed!

The 69th Annual SES Conference

"The Value of Standardization and the Standards Professional"

August 2021
Charleston, South Carolina

Click here to review the press release.
SES Member Spotlight

The Society for Standards Professionals (SES) is seeking SES Member volunteers to discuss how they became a member, what standards development means to them, and how the SES has contributed or played a part in their professional development. Volunteers will be asked to complete a short one page survey and if chosen, will be included in a future SES News posting.

To request a copy of the Member Spotlight Survey, Contract Mike Morrell, SES Executive Directoradmin@ses-standards.org
Volunteer
and make a difference at the SES!


SES is seeking volunteers to assist on committees and in planning the annual conference. 

Share your marketing, publications, technical expertise and more with the SES Committees and gain experience, connections, and visibility in the standards community.

For more information, see the SES Committee webpage or email the SES at
admin@ses-standards.org
2020 SES Student Scholarship Program

Deadline Extended! - Submit by May 8, 2020

The Society for Standards Professionals has established a Scholarship Program to support students involved in the use of standards in their academic curriculum. We know that each new generation of graduating students holds the potential for helping us achieve our mission of increasing awareness and use of standards.

Submit your Application today!
The SES is now accepting applications, click here, to review the application guidelines and to download an application. 

Thank you to our 2020 Scholarship Sponsors - 
Advertise with the SES

The Society for Standards Professionals recently announced options for sponsors to advertise with the SES in the SES Standards Engineering journal, SES Enews newsletter, and on the SES website. These offerings are supported by the recent redesign of the SES website and a soon to launch redesign of the SES journal. 

Additional information can be found on the SES website here
Keeping You Informed:
  • NEMA recently announced the publication of a new guide for evaluating earthquake damaged equipment.
  • ANSI Expands Standards Portal for COVID-19 Crisis to Include IEC Standards, more here.
  • Using water to combat climate change, an article by ISO.
  • AIAA to offer virtual options to all event attendees moving forward, more here.
SES Refer A Friend (RAF) Program 

Refer business associates or friends who you think can benefit from a SES membership, and be rewarded. Through the SES Refer a Friend (RAF) Program, SES rewards your efforts to promote SES and recruit new Members. Entering is easy. Complete the “Refer a Friend” section on the SES Website under My Profile and we’ll take care of the rest. The SES website will track the members who have joined via your invitation. Click here for program details.
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