Bill Gladwin

Do you need that quick link for relevant information without all those other meaningless sites?   
AnyStandard.net  will give you that.

Many different kinds of standard groups have now been defined.  We have assigned the
different types of standards into 12 groups.  Accounting, Banking, Credit, H.R., Investing,  Legal,
Medical, Networking, Professional, Shipping, Shop/Trade, Sports, and Teaching.  Each one of
these groups have links to their particular field.  Working with individuals in each of these
fields, we have taken their recommendation to link to these sites.  

To help with navigation, all the connecting sites not only have links to that category but
thumbnail images to quickly identify which link to request.  For example, more than just a link,
like http://www.w3c.org , AnyStandard.net also shows a thumbnailed link:
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Standard Procedures
"The wonderful thing about standards is that there are so many of them to choose from".
Admiral Grace Hopper
Communication is so important to our relationships.  This can also prevent unnecessary costs
by requiring a standard in our communications.  

Please visit this site again.  We will be adding more information, ideas, links as the years go by.   
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Shop/Trade Standards

American National Standards Institute
National Electrical Manufacturers Association
SAE International
International Association of Plumbing and
Mechanical Officials
International Code Council
ASTM International
National-Interstate Council of State Boards of
Cosmetology        
U.S. Department  of Labor OSHA

Sports Standards

NFL Rulebook
MLB Official Info
NHL Rulebook
Official Rules of the National Basketball
Association
The Rules of Golf
Softball

Teaching Standards for all 50 states

Standard Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Standard Interface Methodology
Links are to these sites.
Accounting Standards

IRS
Sales Use Tax
Governmental Accounting Standards Board
Government Accountability Board
American Institute of Certified Public Consultants
National Association of State Boards of Accountancy
National Institute of Standards and Technology
PCI Security Standards Council
Electric Check Clearing House Organization
Sarbanes-Oxley
Information Systems Audit and Control Association
Financial Accounting Standards Board

Banking Standards

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Reserve Board
Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council
Federal Reserve Banks
National Credit Union Administration
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Office of Thrift Supervision
U.S. Federal Register
U.S. Department of the Treasury
American Bankers Association
Internal Revenue Service
Securities & Exchange Commission
Federal National Mortgage Administration
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
Small Business Administration
Bank Administrative Institute
Financial Managers Society
Sarbanes-Oxley
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
Financial Accounting Standards Board

Credit Standards

National Association of Credit Management
State Interest Rates & Usury Limits
ACA International
Federal Trade Commission
National Foundation for Credit Counseling
Federal Reserve Board
Credit Research Foundation
Association of Executives in Finance
Credit and International Business
Educational Credit Management Corporation
Export-Import Bank of the United States
US Chamber of Commerce

Human Resource Standards

Employee Retirement Income Security Act
Employee Benefits Institute of America Inc.
Employee Benefit News
Employee Benefit Research Institute
Employee Benefits Security Administration
U.S. Department of Labor
Health and Human Services
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
U.S. Department  of Labor OSHA
Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
401k Help Center
Legal Standards

American Civil Liberties Union
Law Enforcement Information           
Technology Standards Council
Sarbanes-Oxley
Lexis ONE
European Journal of International Law
National Competency Standards


Medical Standards

American Medical Association
Association of American Medical
Colleges
Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act
Health and Human Services
American Heart Association
New England Journal of Medicine
American Cancer Society

Professional Standards

(W3C)World Wide Web Consortium
International Organization for
Standardization
American National Standards Institute
ECMA C# and Common
Language Infrastructure Standards
JavaTM 2 SDK, Standard Edition
Documentation
Accredited Standards Committee **     
EDI Standards **
WebSphere Partner Gateway
Management Software Solutions from
Cognos
Business Objects Crystal
Wiki – AboutUs
Google Data API
Sarbanes-Oxley

Shipping Standards

The United States Postal Service
United Postal Service (UPS)
Federal Express(FEDEX)
DHL Corporation
UPS Campus Ship
Canada's Parcel Delivery (CANPAR)
Roadway
AIT Worldwide Logistics
Networking Standards

Bebo
Facebook
Flickr
Friendster
Hi5
Imeem
Last.fm
Linkedin
Live Journal
Myspace
Pingdom
Plurk
QQ
Snapfish
Toolbox
Twitter
Xanga
Xing
Youtube
Wordpress
Invesrting Standards

Ameritrade
Briefing
E*Trade
Morningstar
Schwab
Scottrade
Sharebuilder
Securities Investor Protection Corporation
Sogotrade
T.RowPrice
Vanguard
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Restaurant Standards

Employee Benefit News
U.S. Department of Labor
U.S. Department  of Labor OSHA
Federal Government Food Safety
United States Department of
Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection
Service
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Accountant - Someone who maintains and audits business accounts, wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn Types of Accountants -  Accountant of court, Cost
accountant,  CPA, Chartered accountant, Forensic  accountant,  Independent accountant,   Management accountant, Turf accountant

Credit Analyst -An analyst who studies the financial statements and financial history of applicants for credit in order to evaluate their credit worthiness
wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn Types of Credit Analysts - Market and Credit Risk Business Analyst, Consumer Credit Risk Business Analyst,  Underwriter, Credit
Administrator,

Human Resource - How people are managed by organizations

Investors - Someone who commits capital in order to gain financial returns wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn Types of investors - Angel investors, Collectors,
Currency, Commodity derivatives, personal property, Real estate, Venture capital

Lawyers -A professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn    Most common Types of
Lawyers - Personal Lawyer, Employment Lawyer, Divorce Lawyer, Defense Lawyer, Criminal Lawyer , Insurance Lawyer, Injury Lawyer  

Medical Professional - A health care provider or health professional is an organization or person who delivers proper health care in a systematic way professionally to any
individual in need of health care services.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_professional Types of Medical Professionals - Cardiologist, Dentist, Dermatologist,
Endocrinologist, Gastrologist, Nephrologists, Neurologist, Obstetrician, Oncologist, Pptometrist, Pediatrician, Podiatrist, Psychiatrist, Rheumatologist, Urologist

Networking - •the act of working using computer network; the act of connecting computers into network; the act of meeting new people in a business or social context
en.wiktionary.org/wiki/networking Types of networking -  Computer networking, delay tolerant networking, dialup networking,  federal networking council, mesh networking,
microcom networking, next generation networking, protocolsocial networking, social networking sites    

Restaurant - A building where people go to eat.  Most common Types of Restaurants - All ethnic types, Bakery, Cafés, Coffeehouse, Diners, Fast food, Ice cream, Juice
bar, Raw bar, Sandwich bar, Seafood, Soup kitchen, Steakhouse,  Take-out, Truck stop

Shipping - Transportation: the commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials or Conveyance provided by the ships belonging to one country or industry
wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn Most common types of shipping - Aircraft, Bicycle, Boat,, Train, Truck

Trade - Craft: people who perform a particular kind of skilled work; - Types of Trade -   Carpenter, Electrician, HVAC,  Laborer, Machinist,  Plumber, Roofer, Welder

Teacher - A person whose occupation is teaching - Types of Teachers - Pre-K,  K-12, Collage,Continuing Ed,  Music, Art, Spiritual, Language, Trade, Professional
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