The Information Technology Standards Committee (ITSC) is an industry-led effort, chartered to drive and lead infocomm standardisation activities in Singapore and represent Singapore in international infocomm standardisation activities. It is appointed by the Singapore Standards Council under the ambit of national standardisation programme managed by Enterprise Singapore (ESG) and jointly supported by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA).
ITSC is one of the Standards Committees under the Singapore Standards Council, and comprises more than 300 volunteers from the industry. It provides a neutral and open platform for interested industry and government parties to come together to agree on technical standards.
ITSC fulfils its role by appointing the various Technical Committees and Working Groups to develop and drive Singapore Standards to address national infocomm demands and innovation. ITSC also develops standards where no international or industry standards exist and/or recommend the adoption of international standards as Singapore Standards. The participation in local and international standardisation efforts are also done through the appointed Technical Committees and Working Groups. The Chairman of ITSC is appointed from the industry to champion and lead ITSC’s infocomm standardisation efforts for the social and economic betterment of Singapore.
ITSC Structure and Composition
ITSC and Secretariat
ITSC charts the directions and policies of Singapore infocomm standardisation activities. It comprises representatives from relevant industry and trade associations, professional bodies, academia, research institutes, government agencies and individual experts.
The Secretariat support is provided by IMDA.
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