(2004; 45 pages)
The main steps of the review process include:
1. identification of areas in need of change;
2. drafting of updated texts for areas where change is necessary;
3. approval by the NFC and expert advisers;
4. editing of final draft; and
5. production and implementation.
The last two steps essentially repeat the process already described in Chapter 7, therefore only the first three are discussed below.