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The Keccak Team made a presentation at NIST on February 6, 2013:
NIST's SHA-3 Standardization plans were presented at the following events.
|February 2013||John Kelsey||SHA3 Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going||RSA Conference|
|SHA-3 Update||IETF 86|
|May 2013||Bill Burr||SHA3 Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going (update to RSA 2013 talk)||DIMACS Workshop on Current Trends in Cryptography|
|July/August 2013||Quynh Dang||NIST Draft FIPS 202: SHA-3 Permutation- Based Hash Standard-Status||IETF 87|
|John Kelsey||SHA-3: Past, Present and Future||Workshop on Cryptographic Hardward and Embedded Systems (CHES)|
John Kelsey's November 1, 2013 email to the hash-forum listserv
NIST published a Federal Register Notice, FRN 2014-12336, on May 28, 2014 to announce the publication of Draft FIPS 202, SHA-3 Standard: Permutation-Based Hash and Extendable-Output Functions, and Draft Revision of the Applicability Clause of FIPS 180-4, Secure Hash Standard, and request for public comments. A 90-day public comment period is provided. Comments must be received by NIST on or before August 26, 2014 to be considered. Details for how to submit public comments are available in the FRN.