Explanation of Field Transposition Dates
| After the publication of an EN or ETS standard, NSO countries
are given an amount of time to transpose this document into their countries.
There are 3 important deadlines (default dates):
Using this application, NSO representatives can update the achieved date of
announcement, date of publication/endorsement, and date of withdrawal for the
country they represent.
DOA (Date of Announcement)
The target date of announcement is 3 months from the end of the month in which
a document was adopted.
DOP/E (Date of Publication/Endorsement)
The target date of publication/endorsement is 6 months after the target date of
DOW (Date of Withdrawal)
The target date of withdrawal is also 6 months after the target date of
Note for NSOs:
In some cases, the Technical Body decides to use other transposition dates then
the default dates (3 months/6 months/6 months). For this reason, the target
dates displayed here might be different from the target dates appearing in the
document. In case of a conflict in interpretation of the dates, the dates
mentioned in the document precedence.