<std-org-loc> Standards Organization Location

Physical location(s) of a standards organization.
Related Elements
Several elements inside the container element <std-org> provide the name and location of a publishing or adopting standards organization:
  • <std-org-name> provides an official, typically longer, name of an organization (“International Business Machinery”).
  • <std-org-abbrev> provides a short name or acronym for the organization (“IBM”).
  • <std-org-loc> names one or more locations where the organization operates, which may be as small as a city name or may include a complete address.
Models and Context
May be contained in
Content Model
<!ELEMENT  std-org-loc  (#PCDATA %std-org-loc-elements;)*            >
Expanded Content Model

(#PCDATA | addr-line | city | country | fax | institution | institution-wrap | phone | postal-code | state | email | ext-link | uri)*

Tagged Samples
Name and address of single standards organization
  <std-org std-org-type="sdo" std-org-role="lead">
   <std-org-name>American Petroleum Institute</std-org-name>
    ><addr-line>1220 L Street, N.W.</addr-line>
Two organizations named in <std-org-group>
 <std-org std-org-level="1" std-org-role="co-producer" std-org-type="sdo">
  <std-org-name>American Society of Mechanical Engineers</std-org-name>
   ><addr-line>2 Park Ave.</addr-line>
   <city>New York</city>

 <std-org std-org-level="2" std-org-role="co-producer" std-org-type="sdo">
  <std-org-name>CSA Group</std-org-name>
   ><addr-line>5060 Spectrum Way, Suite 100</addr-line>
   <postal-code>L4W 5N6</postal-code>