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NISO Announces Appointments to Standards Development Committee

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Cynthia Hodgson <[log in to unmask]>

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Press Contact:
Patricia Harris
Executive Director
NISO
(301) 654-2512
Email: [log in to unmask]

NISO Announces Appointments to Standards Development
Committee

Bethesda, Md., USA (October 30, 2003) ? The National
Information Standards Organization (NISO) announces the
appointment of four new members to the Standards
Development Committee (SDC). NISO SDC chair, Jan Peterson
appointed Peter Noerr, Ed Pastorius, Richard Rodgers, and
Jenny Walker for three year terms. The SDC has overall
responsibility for identifying new topics for
standardization, evaluating proposals for new standards
and guidelines, monitoring the need to revise approved
standards, defining Standards Committee scope statements,
recommending committee chairpersons, and monitoring the
progress of Standards Committees.

Dr. Peter Noerr is Chief Technical Officer of MuseGlobal,
Inc., and the chief architect of the Muse product line.
Dr. Noerr was educated in South Africa and the UK,
culminating in a Doctorate in Information Science from The
City University, London. He spent six years working for
the British Library as Head of Systems Development. In
1981 he left the Library to found IME Ltd. which produced
the Tinman/Navigator range of library automation systems.
After IME was sold in 1996, Dr. Noerr founded a new
company, MuseGlobal, Inc., with the flagship Muse
cross-domain searching product that he designed.

Ed Pastorius is Executive Vice President, Operations, and
Chief Information Officer at Gale Group. Mr. Pastorius
joined Gale in 1998 and as Vice President, Project
Management, he developed the Gale Product Development Life
Cycle, a process that decreased the time needed to develop
products by 60%. He was named Chief Information Officer in
2002. A frequent speaker on the topic of product
development processes, information sources and competitive
analysis, Mr. Pastorius holds a Bachelor of Arts in
sociology statistics, with interdisciplinary studies in
criminal justice from Colorado State University.

Dr. Richard P. C. Rodgers is Clinical Specialty Consultant
at the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical
Communications, a research and development arm of the U.S.
National Library of Medicine. His current project,
Emerging Network Retrieval Protocols Group, is concerned
with the application of open standards to network-based
biomedical information retrieval across multiple
databases. Dr. Rodgers was a founding member of the
International World-Wide Web Conference Committee (IW3C2),
and the founding chair of the NSF/NCSA World-Wide Web
Federal Consortium. He holds a B.A. in Biochemical
Sciences from Harvard College, an M.D. from the University
of Utah, and did postdoctoral training at the University
of London, U.K., the Laboratory for Theoretical Biology at
the National Cancer Institute, and the International
Institute for Cellular and Molecular Pathology.

Jenny Walker is Vice-President Marketing and Business
Development for the Information Services Division of Ex
Libris (USA) Inc. The Division is responsible for MetaLib,
the information portal for library collections, and SFX,
the context-sensitive linking solution for heterogeneous
electronic resources in the scholarly information
environment. Ms. Walker brings to this role many years of
international experience in the library automation and
information marketplaces. In her previous role as Director
of Technology Product Management at SilverPlatter, she was
involved in the early SFX research work at Ghent
University in Belgium which led to the development of the
OpenURL Framework of Linking and the OpenURL standard.

Continuing their membership terms on the SDC are Chair,
Patricia Stevens (OCLC, Inc.), Priscilla Caplan (Florida
Center for Library Automation), Rebecca Guenther (Library
of Congress), Clifford Lynch, (Coalition for Networked
Information), and Clifford Morgan (John Wiley & Sons
Ltd.).

About NISO
NISO develops technical standards that enable libraries,
publishers, content providers and their business partners
to maximize the value of their content. All NISO standards
are available to the public without charge from the NISO
website. Accredited by the American National Standards
Institute, NISO is a nonprofit organization supported by
over seventy members representing the leadership in the
global information community. NISO Standards and
information about NISO's activities and membership are
featured on the NISO website http://www.niso.org; or call
301-654-2512.



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Sent by:
Cynthia Hodgson
National Information Standards Organization (NISO)
4733 Bethesda Avenue, Suite 300
Bethesda, MD  20814-5248
T. 301-654-2512, F. 301-654-1721
www.niso.org

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