eRecording XML Workgroup
Version 3.1 Status Update
The PRIA Version 3.1 Candidate Recommendation has completed its 30-day Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) review period as outlined in the PRIA Operating Rules. No challenges were brought forward regarding any intellectual property or patent rights infringement. However, several comments and recommendations were received from implementers who tested the schema during the review period. The recommendations have been evaluated and added to the schema.
A Candidate Recommendation is a document that PRIA believes has been widely reviewed and satisfies the technical and business requirements considered during the development process. However, because of ongoing development, we are holding off on publishing the 3.1 Candidate Recommendation. With Version 3 still in development, it has not yet been approved by PRIA. However, if you are interested in seeing what PRIA is working on in regards to Version 3.x, please contact Valerie Sprague.
Alliance Partner Link
An important aspect of PRIA’s work is that we create our standards in partnership with other standard setting bodies, so as to provide as much interoperability as possible. Take a moment to visit our partners and look into the important work each of them is doing
MISMO – The Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization
Compliance Policy Reminder
After discussing the idea of a Compliance Testing Engine during the 2006 Winter Conference, the PRIA Technology Committee and XML Workgroups reached consensus on developing a Compliance Policy Statement rather than establishing a full-featured Compliance Testing program at that time. While a Compliance Testing Engine remains under consideration, the Compliance Policy Statement currently governs activities in this area.
The Compliance Policy Statement addresses both marketing claims and software solicitation documents and provides safe-harbor guidelines as well.