Sustainable Computing Consortium
Overview: The Sustainable Computing Consortium was launched in May of 2002 at Carnegie Mellon University. Its members included corporate IT users, software developers, IT suppliers, university researchers, government agencies, and third parties involved in aspects of risk management such as audit and insurance. Its goal was to improve software quality and reliability through new techniques for designing, measuring, and sustainability governance. The organization's activities included commercial promotion, lobbying, coordination with regulatory organizations, and research. It also supported the creation of standards and specifications for the measurement and enhancement of software quality, dependability, and security.
Specifications: Not available
IPR Policy: Not available
Current Status: Inactive
Last Updated: February 26, 2014