Cataloging Data Change (CDC) Process

The Cataloging Data Change (CDC) process is the approval/disapproval and prioritization of changes to Cataloging Data Standards comprised of Cataloging Data and Transaction Standards, Volumes 8 through 13, Cataloging code lists, and standard Cataloging transactions. This is achieved through Cataloging Community coordination and consensus, thereby promoting an integrated approach to the standardization and modernization of Cataloging data exchange. Control of changes includes documentation, justification, systematic evaluation, coordination, release, implementation, and publication.

Cataloging Data Change Process Information

Adobe PDF Icon CDC Flow Diagram
Adobe PDF Icon CDC Procedures (coming soon)

MS-Word Icon Cataloging Data Change (CDC) Template

Cataloging Data Change Status Review (coming soon)

Adobe PDF Icon 2018 Cataloging Change Annual Report

Proposed Cataloging Data Changes (PCDC)

Approved Cataloging Data Changes (ACDC)

Other Cataloging Data Changes (Withdrawn/Deferred/On Hold/Disapproved/Requests for Implementation Date)