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About Duff Johnson

Duff created Document Solutions, Inc. (DSI), the world's first electronic document service bureau based on PDF technology. Among other innovations, DSI was first to market with interactive forms and accessibility services for PDF files. The company served publishers, engineering organizations, law-firms and government agencies with document management and interactive content requirements from 1996 until 2008.

In 2008, Duff merged Document Solutions, Inc. with Appligent, Inc. to form Appligent Document Solutions.

In 2011, Duff joined NetCentric Technologies in October 2012 as President.

In January 2013 Duff left NetCentric to work as an independent consultant.

Duff Johnson's consulting business site is:

Commercial Positions

Founder and CEO, Document Solutions, Inc (March, 1996 - December, 2008)

CEO, Appligent Document Solutions (Jan, 2009 - June, 2011)

President, NetCentric Technologies (September 2011 - January 2013 )

Volunteer Roles and Affiliations

ISO TC 171 SC 2

Member (US Technical Advisory Group)

WG 8 ~ ISO 32000 (PDF Reference)

International Project Co-Leader (position shared with Microsoft), Chairman (US Committee)

WG 9 ~ ISO 14289 (PDF/UA)

Member (International Committee), Spokesperson (US), Chairman (US Committee)

WG 5 ~ ISO 19005 (PDF/A)

Member (US and International Committees)

WG 7 ~ ISO 24517 (PDF/E)

Member (US and International Committees)


Chair, Standards Board

Member, Board of Directors

PDF Association

Vice Chairman