The original PDF/A Competence Center was founded with the goal of establishing a common interpretation of ISO 19005.
Since becoming the PDF Association in 2011 our working groups are now organized around technical, marketing and liaison functions. They have grown to include a variety of objectives, including:
Consisting of both member and non-member organizations, this LWG’s purpose is to develop application notes supporting implementation of ISO 21812. Under the terms of LWG operations, the scope of the …LEARN MORE
In collaboration with the TWAIN Working Group the PDF/raster TWG wrote the PDF/raster industry standard. Although development on a possible ISO specification has been turned over to ISO TC 171 …LEARN MORE
The PDF Accessibility Liaison Working Group (LWG) was originally formed to continue the work started at the PDF Techniques Accessibility Summit over December, 2018; the production of example PDF files …LEARN MORE
The Next-Generation PDF Technical Working Group explores new frontiers in PDF technology development. Any PDF Association member may bring a proposal for new uses of PDF for discussion. A vendor-neutral …LEARN MORE
The PDF/UA Marketing Working Group (MWG) provides resources for software publishers and service providers marketing solutions related to ISO 14289, the International Standard for universally accessible PDF. A vendor-neutral space, …LEARN MORE
The PDF Validation TWG reviews validation questions raised by TWG members and provides guidance to developers supporting implementations of PDF/A.LEARN MORE
The PDF/A Technical Working Group (TWG) is a collaborative organization of developers sharing their knowledge and experience of PDF/A technology in a vendor-neutral space.LEARN MORE
Welcome to the homepage of the PDF/E Working Group. PDF/E was created to meet the needs of organizations who need to reliably create, exchange and review engineering documentation. PDF/E-1 does …LEARN MORE
The PDF/UA Technical Working Group provides resources for developers, marketers and policy makers who need to understand ISO 14289, the International Standard for universally accessible PDF, first published in August …LEARN MORE
An International Standard for Personalized Print In August 2010, following 3 years of global collaboration by industry leaders, the International Standards Organization published PDF/VT, a.k.a. ISO 16612-2. PDF/VT is built …LEARN MORE
The PDF Technical Working Group (TWG) is dedicated to supporting developers with publications and other resources to assist in creating software to comply with ISO 32000, the International Standard for …LEARN MORE
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