The following groups are working on the AT 9000 standard. All participants are voluntary.
ANSI X9 D14
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) X9 D14 working group is now responsible for development of the AT 9000 standard. In October 2012, ANSI formally accepted the informal working group proposal and established the X9 working group D14 to continue drafting, balloting, and publication of the standard. Work started on January 1, 2013. Participation is limited to ANSI members. For more about ANSI and becoming a member, please visit https://www.x9.org/home.
AT 9000 Advocacy
This group was formed to facilitate discussion of and education about AT 9000. Once the standard is released, this group plans to work to promote and support adoption of AT 9000. ANSI membership is not required to participate. Please contact us if you’re interested in participating. Members of this group include:
Ben Van Vliet
AT 9000 Informal Working Group
Jim Northey, Ben Van Vliet, and Andy Kumiega launched the AT 9000 informal working in June 2012. With sponsorship from the IIT Stuart School of Business and FIX Protocol, Ltd, this group developed a vision for the standard and its initial drafts. On December 31, 2012, these drafts were turned over to the X9 D14 working group and the group was disbanded. Many of its participants are active in both the Advocacy Group and X9 D14 working group.