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ISO - ISO 28005-1 - SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR THE SUPPLY CHAIN - ELECTRONIC PORT CLEARANCE (EPC) - PART 1: MESSAGE STRUCTURES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2013-03-01
Description: This part of ISO 28005 specifies necessary guidance information related to electronic port clearance [EPC], such as message transmission requirements, business scenarios, message structures and software requirements. Within the context of this part of ISO 28005, EPC includes the activities that a user, such as a ship's master, a shipping agency or a ship owner undertakes to submit electronic data to appropriate organizations that approve or reject the clearance for the ship to enter or leave port.
DS/ISO/PAS 28005-1 - SHIPS AND MARINE TECHNOLOGY - ELECTRONIC PORT CLEARANCE (EPC) - PART 1: MESSAGE STRUCTURES - IMPLEMENTATION OF A MARITIME SINGLE WINDOW SYSTEM Organization: DS
Date: 2012-12-12
Description: Within the context of this Publicly Available Specification, EPC includes the activities that a user, such as a ship's master, a shipping agency or a ship owner undertakes to submit electronic data to appropriate organisations to approve or reject the clearance for the ship to enter or leave a port.
ISO - ISO PAS 28005-1 - SHIPS AND MARINE TECHNOLOGY - ELECTRONIC PORT CLEARANCE (EPC) - PART 1: MESSAGE STRUCTURES - IMPLEMENTATION OF A MARITIME SINGLE WINDOW SYSTEM - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2012-09-01
Description: Within the context of this Publicly Available Specification, EPC includes the activities that a user, such as a ship's master, a shipping agency or a ship owner undertakes to submit electronic data to appropriate organisations to approve or reject the clearance for the ship to enter or leave a port.
DS/ISO 28005-1 - SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR THE SUPPLY CHAIN - ELECTRONIC PORT CLEARANCE (EPC) - PART 1: MESSAGE STRUCTURES Organization: DS
Date: 2013-03-20
Description: Within the context of this document, EPC (Electronic port clearance) are the activites that a user, such as a ship's master, a shipping agency or a ship owner undertakes to submit electronic data to appropriate organisations that will approve or reject the clearance for the ship to enter or leave port.
DSF/ISO/DIS 28005-1 - SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR THE SUPPLY CHAIN - ELECTR ONIC PORT CLEARANCE (EPC) - PART 1: MESSAGE STRUCTURES Organization: DS
Description: Within the context of this document, EPC (Electronic port clearance) are the activites that a user, such as a ship's master, a shipping agency or a ship owner undertakes to submit electronic data to appropriate organisations that will approve or reject the clearance for the ship to enter or leave port.
ISO - ISO DIS 28005-1 - SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR THE SUPPLY CHAIN - ELECTRONIC PORT CLEARANCE (EPC) - PART 1: MESSAGE STRUCTURES Organization: ISO
Date: 2012-09-09
Description: Within the context of this document, EPC (Electronic port clearance) are the activites that a user, such as a ship's master, a shipping agency or a ship owner undertakes to submit electronic data to appropriate organisations that will approve or reject the clearance for the ship to enter or leave port.
VA - FED H-08-1 SEC 15902 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION (DDC) Organization: VA
Date: 2005-03-01
Description: The Controls Contractor’s work shall include all labor, materials, special tools, equipment, enclosures, power supplies, software, software licenses, Project specific software configurations and database entries, interfaces, wiring, tubing, installation, labeling, engineering, calibration, documentation, submittals, testing, verification, training services, permits and licenses, transportation, shipping, handling, administration, supervision, management, insurance, Warranty, specified services and items required by the Contract for the complete and fully functional Controls Systems.

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