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Webinar | The Measurement for Assessment and Certification Advisory Workgroup (MACAW) held a community wide town hall meeting about the Proposed Voluntary Certification process

Overview of the proposed Voluntary Certification process developed by the Measurement for Assessment and Certification Workgroup (MACAW)

This document highlights the progress and successes of IIS found through an independent, third party method of IIS evaluation, where AIRA partnered with the National Institute of Standards in Technology (NIST) and the Measurement for Assessment and Certificati...

Summary of the proposed Voluntary Certification process developed by the Measurement for Assessment and Certification Workgroup (MACAW)

Frequently asked questions regarding the proposed Voluntary Certification process developed by the Measurement for Assessment and Certification Workgroup (MACAW)

This document explores the various issues that impact IIS security and provides guidance on industry standards and best practices for addressing common security concerns. This guidance is intended to assist IIS administrators in engaging their IT staff and ven...

National Meeting Presentation | Everybody In? Let's Update the IIS Functional Standards Together

Webinar | This session included an overview of the new Confidentiality Guidance that was sent out to the community for review. Comments were due on back to AIRA in August 2016

National Meeting Presentation | Something Old, New, Measured and Blue: Current Uses and Future Plans for the Functional Standards

The purpose of this document is to define and provide supporting references to the Immunization Information System (IIS) Functional Standards for 2013-2017

Functional Standards Update

Issued on September 19, 2012 by CDC

National Meeting Presentation | Functional Standards Update

National Meeting Presentation | Collaboratively Defining IIS Functional Requirements for the e-Health Era

Detailed descriptions of seventeen key IIS functions (also referred to as business processes)