The work on the adoption of Serbian standards is performed by the NTCs, which are formed for different fields of standardization, according to the international and European technical committees whose work they follow up on. There are currently 173 active NTCs and two Expert Councils, involving more than 1,500 domestic experts delegated by their organizations.
Involving all interested parties in the national standardization system is one of ISS goals, so that representatives of the economy, the government, educational, scientific and public institutions, as well as consumers, can participate in the adoption of Serbian standards.
So far, in 2022, six NTCs have got a total of 11 new members, namely: in January KS P256, Railway applications (2 new members), in February KS U071/PKS 1, Concrete and concrete components, reinforced concrete and prestressed concrete - Cement and building limes (1 new member), in March KS E034-17, Food Safety Management Systems (1 new member), and KS S020, Aerospace series (5 new members) and in April KS N064, Electrical installations and KS B082, Mining (1 new member each).
The new NTC members are the representatives of the Institute of Transportation CIP Ltd. and the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade (KS P256), Institute for Testing of Materials a.d. (KS U071/PKS 1), Production and Trade Company Esensa Ltd. Belgrade (KS E034-17), MTU Maintenance Serbia Ltd., JAT Technics, IMS Institute, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade (KS S020), Gazprom Energoholding Serbia TE-TO Pančevo (KS N064) and Mining Institute Ltd. (KS B082).