DEFINITION
American National Standards Institute Accredited Standards Committee

The official designation of the U.S. national standards body for the development and maintenance of electronic data interchange (EDI) standards. The group was founded in 1979, and is an accredited standards committee under the ANSI. The designation of X12 is a sequential designator assigned by ANSI at the time of accreditation with no other significance.

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