Re: New ETR Format (LabGram#027)
"Arnold, James L. Jr." wrote:
> Actually another Scheme has provided such ETR guidance a long time ago and
> tend to believe it is more aligned with the CEM
I understand, the underlying phylosophy is same for both UK and NIAP scheme
on the guidance.
I find, my concerns (which I raised in this thread) are addressed in the UK
It says, lengthy ETRs are not desirable and, in general, an additional
information is not required where a simple reference or affirmation is
UK guidance appears more tend to reduce the load of evaluators
(meaningfully) and cost and expense of evaluations.
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