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Standardization Annual Work Plan for the 2023-2024 financial year

1. INTRODUCTION
The 2023-2024 Standardization Annual Work Plan (AWP) outlines the standards development projects to be undertaken. The plan is informed by requests from the business community, individuals, Technical Committee members, etc. as well as standards due for review. The plan outlines the title of the project, the base literature (where possible), ISO codes for the different stages of life cycle of a standard and the international classification of standards (ICS) codes.

2. AWP 2023-2024

The annual work plan for 2023-2024 financial year, has one hundred and fifty-two (152) standards development projects comprising fifty-one (51) new projects and one hundred and one (101) reviews of existing Botswana Standards. It is envisaged that one hundred and thirty (131) projects consisting of forty-six (46) new projects and eighty-five (85) reviews of existing standards will be concluded during the 2023-2024 financial year.
The standards that will be developed or adopted are in the following economic sectors and subsectors/subject.
Standards Annual Work Programme
BOBS STANDARDS WORK PROGRAMME – 2023-2024
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September 27, 2023
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