set of standards

See: protocol
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In conversations with clients, describe in detail what each set of standards requires, what each is intended to do and what each will not do.
The focus of IASB--which has been operating since April 2001--had been preparing its inherited set of standards for use.
OSCRE will deliver its first set of standards in 2004 focused around transactions and metrics using open xml standards.
1 goal is to converge to the same set of standards, which means that there won't be any differences between international standards and U.
Ideally one should evaluate a method with a set of standards that were not used for its creation, but this is virtually impossible, given the scarcity of measurements on reliable standards.
Every set of standards that we as a society currently use to identify ourselves is coupled with an opposing set: good versus bad, female versus male, hetero versus homo.
Kellas said, "There should be only one set of standards, but we should listen to issues raised by smaller entities and write standards [so] all can use them.
HERZ: "Complete" would mean that there would be only one set of standards.
Government Auditing Standards) for public entities; the ASB abandoning its role as a standard setter, resulting in one set of standards developed by the PCAOB which would apply to all entity auditors; or the PCAOB creating its own separate rule-making body in addition to the ASB, resulting in two separate sets of standards.