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I just looked at the active standards report.
I noticed that the listed corrigenda on the active list have expiration dates that are at least two years beyond that of the standard they are correcting.
That doesn't make sense to me.
Shouldn't it be tied to the standard it is correcting?
Logically, one would think it would have the same expiration date as the standard it is correcting.
Additionally, any PAR that revises the underlying standard should "revise" (i.e. incorporate) the corrigenda into the base standard.
Thus the revised standard should and would supersede the original standard AND all of its corrigenda with a single project.
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