Software Certification Consortium
The SCC is organized to pursue the following objectives:
- To promote the scientific understanding of certification for Systems containing Software (ScS) and the standards on which it is based;
- To promote development and improvement of consensus standards supporting certifiable software-intensive systems and their certification, through transfer of knowledge to existing standards organizations;
- To promote public, government and industrial understanding of the concept of ScS certification and the acceptance of the need for certification standards for software related products;
- To co-ordinate software certification initiatives and activities to further the above objectives.
Competencies and Education Required for Development and Certification of Systems Containing Software
The next Software Certification Consortium's (SCC) meeting will be an open, public workshop on January 7 and 8 in Silver Spring Maryland at the offices of the Food and Drug Administration.
There is no charge for attending the SCC meeting. Lunches, breakfasts and coffees/teas are provided, but registration is required. To register please fill out the registration form and e-mail it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The next Software Certification Consortium's (SCC) meeting will be an open, public workshop on May 6 & 7 co-located with the High Confidence Software and Systems (HCSS) Conference in Annapolis, Maryland.
HCSS was created to support the interchange of ideas among researchers, practitioners, and research managers from Government, research labs, and industry practice.
May 6-7, 2012 | Annapolis, Maryland, USA
THEME: Standards, Methods & Tools and Their Efficacy
You must be a member of the SCC Group to access the presentations. Request membership.